Seth Meyers

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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life

The ladies of Stars Hollow are back for more in this heartwarming Netflix revival, which sees the return of creator Amy Sherman-Palladino after her sudden departure following the drama’s sixth season finale in 2006. Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel reprise their roles as Lorelai and Rory, respectively, along with a score of familiar faces, including Melissa McCarthy, Milo Ventimiglia, Scott Patterson, Keiko Agena, and Kelly Bishop.

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Michael Che breaks down acclaimed SNL Black Jeopardy sketch

With Seth Meyers hosting, Late Night has become a great place to learn more about the inner workings of Saturday Night Live. On Thursday night, for instance, Michael Che came on the show, and told Meyers about the genesis of the acclaimed Black Jeopardy sketch featuring Tom Hanks (which Che co-wrote with Bryan Tucker).

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Seth Meyers examines Trump's rocky transition, mocks Chris Christie

The 2016 presidential election was constantly chaotic, and so far President-elect Donald Trump’s transition process has been just as unpredictable. According to reports, foreign leaders have had trouble getting in touch with Trump, and some have resorted to randomly dialing Trump Tower in New York. Seth Meyers joked on Thursday night that Trump is probably charging by the minute, and played a mock commercial pretending to advertise the fake service.

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Seth Meyers on Steve Bannon: 'He's a white nationalist and an anti-Semite'

Last week, after Donald Trump’s surprise election victory, Seth Meyers said would remain “hopeful” for Trump’s administration, but promised to “be watching” the president-elect in the event of missteps. On Monday’s episode of Late Night, Meyers found his first one: Steve Bannon.

“Well, we gave him a chance. Bye, chance! Thanks for stopping by! Good to see you chance!” Meyers joked during his Closer Look segment.

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Seth Meyers delivers emotional response to Donald Trump victory

Seth Meyers has responded to Donald Trump’s presidential victory with a mix of humor, candid emotion, and even a glimmer of optimism.

In a compelling excerpt from Wednesday’s episode of Late Night, Meyers admits that he was disappointed when Hillary Clinton didn’t become the first female president of the United States, and that Trump’s success has surprised him at every turn. But he also expresses empathy and hope.

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Seth Meyers dissects the wildest moments leading up to Election Day

Seth Meyers on Monday delivered his last Closer Look before Election Day. His signature segment, in which Meyers uses reporting and footage to analyze a news story, had steadily become one of his most popular bits, thanks to the never-ending stream of interesting news provided by this election. Appropriately, Meyers used this segment to examine how presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have used their final days.

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