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Larry King Now

TV14 • Talk & Interview • TV Series • 2012

Legendary broadcaster Larry King brings his unique brand of talk online, interviewing the day's most fascinating newsmakers, celebrities, world leader...more

Legendary broadcaster Larry King brings his unique brand of talk online, interviewing the day's most fascinating newsmakers, celebrities, world leader...more

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7 seasons available (999 episodes)

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(999 episodes)

Episode 1

The Miz & Maryse on Life as WWE Superstars

WWE Superstars, The Miz & Maryse, reveal what life is really like in and out of the ring as they juggle their careers and new baby, Monroe Sky. Plus, how they think WWE has helped lead the way for women in sports and entertainment.
Episode 2

Combating America’s Suicide Crisis

Larry’s panel of experts — including the Chief Medical Officer of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention — discuss ways to quell America’s increasing suicide rate, which rose 30% from 1999 to 2016 according to a recent CDC report.
Episode 3

Jonathan Rhys Meyers on Elvis, fatherhood, and Hollywood

Golden Globe-winning actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers previews his newest film ‘Damascus Cover’, revisits his experience playing Elvis Presley in ‘Elvis’, & discusses life as a new father. The Ireland native also opens up about widely reported
Episode 4

Melissa Leo on Denzel, feminism, & Oscar night

Oscar winner Melissa Leo looks back at her remarkable resume of film roles, including ‘The Fighter’ and ‘Snowden’. The New York City native also talks politics, and explains why she doesn’t consider herself a feminist.
Episode 5

Simon Pegg on ‘Mission: Impossible’, ‘Star Trek’, & Nick Frost

Fan favorite actor Simon Pegg talks all things ‘Mission: Impossible—Fallout’, including Tom Cruise’s unbelievable stunts and the future of the action movie franchise.
Episode 6

Jim Gaffigan on Michelle Wolf, ‘Noble Ape’, & Trump

Larry welcomes back Jim Gaffigan to discuss his budding film career, the medical scare that spawned his newest comedy special ‘Noble Ape’, and his take on comedy in Trump’s America.
Episode 7

Trixie Mattel on RuPaul, Trump, & Tucking

Drag superstar Trixie Mattel sits down with Larry for an extensive conversation about the mainstream emergence of drag, the legendary RuPaul, and President Trump. Plus, Larry gets a detailed lesson in “tucking”
Episode 8

‘iSpy’ Rapper KYLE & Grammy Nominee Aloe Blacc

Platinum-selling rapper KYLE talks collabing with Khalid and Alessia Cara, the advice he received from Snoop Dogg, and mental health awareness. Then, Grammy nominee Aloe Blacc previews his new album and remembers his time working with Swedish DJ, Avicii.
Episode 9

Phil Rosenthal on Anthony Bourdain, ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’, & Funky Foods

‘Somebody Feed Phil’ creator and host Phil Rosenthal gives Larry the inside track on his famed global food excursions, discusses the late Anthony Bourdain’s influence on his career, and reminisces about his time for ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’.
Episode 10

50 Cent on ‘POWER', producing, & new music

The multi-talented 50 Cent discusses his position as executive producer on ‘POWER’, and the new roles he’ll be taking on during next season's show. Plus, he fills us in on the possibility of joining forces once again with Eminem.
Episode 11

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Director Jon M. Chu on Diversity in Hollywood, Working With Bieber, and More

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ director Jon M. Chu opens up about diversity in Hollywood, Sandra Oh’s groundbreaking Emmy nomination, and how his new movie just might be the escape America needs right now.
Episode 12

Brett Morgen on Jane Goodall, The Rolling Stones, & Documentary Filmmaking

Oscar and Emmy-nominated documentarian Brett Morgen gives Larry the inside track on the award-winning Nat Geo film ‘Jane’, talks the intricacies of the nonfiction movie-making process, and opens up about meeting The Rolling Stones.
Episode 13

Music icon Dionne Warwick

Legendary singer Dionne Warwick takes Larry on a trip down memory lane, reflecting on her most memorable performances, collaborations, and accomplishments from nearly 60 years in music.
Episode 14

‘Orange is the New Black’ star Uzo Aduba on the key to the show’s longevity, her upcoming return to Broadway, and more

‘Orange is the New Black’ star Uzo Aduba talks to Larry King about the growth of her iconic character, Suzanne ‘Crazy Eyes’ Warren and the show’s sixth season. From her upbringing near Boston to her Broadway debut.
Episode 15

Matt Smith Talks Emmy Nomination, First Female ‘Doctor Who,’ & Unequal Pay in Hollywood

Emmy-nominated actor Matt Smith sits down with Larry to talk all about his hit Netflix show ‘The Crown,’ his take on getting paid more than his female co-star Claire Foy, and what he really thinks of the new female Doctor on “Doctor Who.’
Episode 16

Awkwafina on ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ ‘Oceans Eight’ and Her Meteoric Rise

Rapper and actress Awkwafina -- aka Nora Lum -- shares stories from the set with her ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ costars including Ken Jeong and Michelle Yeoh, recounts making her YouTube hit ‘My Vag,’ and tells Larry why her grandma is her biggest fan.
Episode 17

Ben Schwartz on ‘An Actor Prepares’, Sonic the Hedgehog, & the Afterlife

Ben Schwartz fills us in on his many upcoming film projects, including his highly-anticipated voiceover role as Sonic the Hedgehog. Plus, he flips the script on Larry, grilling the King on the afterlife and career advice!
Episode 18

‘Mine’ Singer Bazzi & British Pop Star Anne-Marie

Multi-platinum selling singer Bazzi explains his unique approach to making music, and dishes on joining forces with Justin Timberlake. Plus, British hitmaker Anne-Marie talks singing for Queen Elizabeth, and her future goals.
Episode 19

Nick Cannon on Co-Parenting, President Trump, & ‘Wild ‘n Out’

Nick Cannon covers a wide-range of topics during his third appearance on ‘Larry King Now’, including life as a co-parent with Mariah Carey, his views on President Trump, and what’s next for his massively successful ‘Wild ‘n Out’
Episode 20

Andie MacDowell on Ageism in Hollywood, Fame, & Forest Protection

Andie MacDowell talks the intricacies of her newest role in ‘Love After Love’, ageism towards Hollywood actresses, & her efforts to protect America’s forests.
Episode 21

Chuck Liddell on Tito Ortiz, Conor McGregor, & UFC

MMA great Chuck Liddell joins Larry to discuss his upcoming bout against Tito Ortiz, his most memorable UFC moments, & some of the sport’s other big stars, like Conor McGregor.
Episode 22

Dame Joan Collins on Jackie, #MeToo, & ‘American Horror Story’

Dame Joan Collins delights Larry with stories from her legendary career in show business, discusses her recent projects like ‘AHS: Apocalypse’, and opens up about her own #MeToo experience.
Episode 23

Yvonne Orji on Issa Rae, an ‘Insecure’ Movie, & ‘Night School’

Actress and comedian Yvonne Orji talks the cultural impact of her hit show ‘Insecure’, and whether or not the HBO comedy could ever become a movie. Plus, she opens about her Nigerian roots, and wanting to eventually direct TV and film.
Episode 24

Rhett and Link on Eating Gross Stuff, What They Will Never Do on Their Show, & Building an Online Empire

‘Good Mythical Morning’ co-hosts Rhett and Link sit down with Larry in a hilarious interview where they reveal why eating gross stuff is such a hit with their fans, and how they are working to change the overall perception of YouTube.
Episode 25

Charles Manson: The continued fascination 50 years later

Larry King dives into the continued fascination around Charles Manson and the horrible crimes he orchestrated as the 50th anniversary approaches. FOX is releasing a special called ‘Inside The Manson Cult: The Lost Tapes’ with never before seen.
Episode 26

Michaela Watkins on 'Casual', her comedic inspiration, & Trump

Hulu’s ‘Casual’ star Michaela Watkins sits down with Larry to discuss the final season of her hit series and has a frank conversation about what she thinks of President Trump as a leader.
Episode 28

Olivia Munn on ‘The Predator’ Controversy, Advocating for Victims, & #MeToo

Olivia Munn sits down with Larry to talk about why she decided to speak out to get a scene removed from her film ‘The Predator’. Plus, she explains why the #MeToo movement is making men more aware of their existence.
Episode 29

NYT Mag’s Mark Leibovich on the NFL, Kaepernick, & Trump

New York Times Magazine Chief National Correspondent Mark Leibovich details his new book about the National Football League — ‘Big Game: The NFL in Dangerous Times’ — and discusses America’s current political climate.
Episode 30

Ashlee Simpson-Ross & Evan Ross on fame, family, & new music

Ashlee Simpson-Ross & Evan Ross talk fame at a young age, the highs and lows of parenthood, and what to expect from their forthcoming duets album.
Episode 31

Paul Scheer on Chance the Rapper, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, & ‘Summer ‘03’

Paul Scheer covers a smorgasbord of topics with Larry, including his recent movie gig alongside Chance the Rapper, working with Julia Louis-Dreyfus on ‘Veep’, and comedy in the era of Trump.
Episode 32

Daymond John on Mark Cuban, Amazon, & the U.S. Economy

‘Shark Tank’ investor Daymond John discusses his friendly, yet competitive relationship with his fellow sharks, weighs in on Mark Cuban’s political aspirations, & talks the current state of the U.S. economy.
Episode 33

Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin on Their New Show, Steve’s Legacy, and the Meaning Behind “Crikey”

The Irwin family sits down with Larry to talk about their new show ‘Crikey! It’s the Irwins’ and what they are doing to continue their dad’s legacy. Plus, why they don’t hate the animal that killed their father.
Episode 34

Sue Cameron on Joan Rivers, Debbie Reynolds, & the Kardashians

Celebrity journalist Sue Cameron sits down with Larry to talk about her new book ‘Hollywood Secrets and Scandals,’ sharing her own insider experiences with some of the biggest stars in the business.
Episode 35

Justine Bateman on Fame, Reality Atars, & Michael J. Fox

Justine Bateman, who shot to fame in the ‘80s as Mallory on ‘Family Ties’, sits down with Larry to discuss her new book ‘Fame: The Hijacking of Reality’ and how her own wild ride informed her opinions about it.
Episode 36

Neil deGrasse Tyson on Religion, Lying, & Elon Musk

Celebrated astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses a range of topics during his most recent ‘Larry King Now’ appearance, including NASA’s new initiatives, leaders who lie, religion, & Elon Musk.
Episode 37

Andrew Dice Clay on ‘A Star is Born’, Lady Gaga & His New Podcast

Andrew Dice Clay describes the moment he met Lady Gaga when auditioning for the role of her father on ‘A Star is Born’. Plus, why he calls his podcast a ‘Dice-cast’ and what fans can expect.
Episode 38

Tinashe on New Music, Her Record Label, & Britney Spears

The multi-talented Tinashe talks her forthcoming album, handling “adversity” with her record label, and working alongside Britney Spears.
Episode 39

Dennis Miller on Trump, Twitter, & fake news

Dennis Miller sits down with Larry to share his opinions on Trump’s performance in office and why it’s a bad climate for young comics. Plus, what he thinks of Alec Baldwin as Trump on SNL.
Episode 40

Ellie Kemper on ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’, Squirrels, & ‘The Office’ Reboot

Ellie Kemper sits down with Larry to discuss why she takes herself too seriously and the meaning behind the title of her new book ‘My Squirrel Days’. Plus, her take on a reboot of ‘The Office’.
Episode 41

Frank Grillo on ‘Wolf Warrior 2’, the next Captain America, & ‘Fight World’

Action film star and fight enthusiast Frank Grillo gives Larry the inside scoop on his Netflix docu-series ‘Fight World’, reminisces about working with Jing Wu on the hit Chinese movie ‘Wolf Warrior 2’, and weighs in on who will replace Chris
Episode 42

Steven Yeun on Asian Representation in Hollywood, ‘The Walking Dead’, & Fatherhood

Former ‘The Walking Dead’ star Steven Yeun opens up to Larry about his time on the AMC zombie thriller, comments on the growing representation of Asian people in Hollywood films and TV shows, & talks life as a new father.
Episode 43

Tara Lipinski on Winning Olympic Gold, Jim Carrey, & ‘Wedding Cake Championship’

Olympic figure skater Tara Lipinski sits down with Larry to reminisce about the night she won the gold medal in Nagano, Japan 20 years ago. Plus, her private acting lessons with Jim Carrey on the set of ‘Kidding’.
Episode 44

Vivica A. Fox on ‘Face the Truth’, her next chapter, & Trump

Vivica A. Fox sits down with Larry to discuss her new daytime series called ‘Face the Truth’ and reveals what she thinks of this next chapter of her life. Plus, she doesn’t hold back on what she thinks of President Trump.
Episode 45

How to Live Forever

Larry sits down with four experts in the aging field to discuss how we can live longer, healthier lives. Plus, the panel discusses the most current research into longevity.
Episode 46

Rupert Everett on ‘The Happy Prince’, Oscar Wilde, & LGBTQ rights

Rupert Everett sits down with Larry to talk about his new film, ‘The Happy Prince’. Plus, he discusses Oscar Wilde’s influence on him and the LGBTQ community.
Episode 47

Alfonso Ribeiro on ‘AFV’, ‘Fresh Prince’, & Will Smith

Alfonso Ribeiro is an open book with Larry, talking everything from his current ‘AFV’ hosting gig and recent stint as guest judge on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, to playing Carlton Banks on ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ and hanging with Will Smith.
Episode 48

Tom Segura on Mark Wahlberg, Famous Rappers, & His Penis

It’s an extremely wide-ranging conversation with actor and comedian Tom Segura, who opens up about working with Mark Wahlberg in ‘Instant Family’, talks the highs and lows of fatherhood, and reveals specific details about his anatomy.
Episode 49

‘Boy Erased’ author Garrard Conley on conversion therapy, the film, & LGBTQ rights

Garrard Conley sits down with Larry to discuss his memoir ‘Boy Erased’. Plus, UCLA’s Jocelyn Samuels joins Garrard for a deep dive into the current state of LGBTQ conversion therapy in America.
Episode 50

Eckhart Tolle on Living in the Now, the Mind-body Connection & Social Media

Spiritual leader Eckhart Tolle sits down with Larry to discuss his career dedicated to helping people live “in the now” and how social media is negatively affecting our minds.
Episode 51

Gary Busey on Death, Religion, & Navigating Hollywood

Oscar-nominated actor Gary Busey details the very public ups and downs of his decades-long Hollywood career, talks his new book ‘Buseyisms: Gary Busey's Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth’, and reminisces about his most popular films.
Episode 52

Michelle Rodriguez on ‘Widows’, Female Representation, & Her Reputation

Michelle Rodriguez opens up about why she’s perceived as difficult, as well as, her optimistic perspective on the current political climate. Plus, why she ultimately decided to take the part in ‘Widows’ after turning it down.
Episode 53

Sebastian Maniscalco on ‘Stay Hungry’, His Comedic Influences, & Whole Foods

Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco sits down with Larry to discuss his new book ‘Stay Hungry and observational comedy routine. Plus, why he doesn’t understand Whole Foods.
Episode 54

Bill Maher on the 2020 Election, Political Correctness, & Stan Lee

Larry visits Bill Maher on the 1000th episode of ‘Larry King Now’ to discuss his 25th anniversary in TV, today’s trending topics out of D.C., and America’s political future.
Episode 55

NeNe Leakes on ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’, Sisterhood, & Her Husband’s Cancer Diagnosis

NeNe Leakes opens up to Larry about how this season of ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ is about sisterhood. Plus, how her husband Gregg is doing since his cancer diagnosis.
Episode 56

Kathleen Turner on Women’s Rights, Aging in Hollywood, & Trump

Kathleen Turner sits down with Larry to discuss how her rage fuels her fight for women’s rights. Plus, what she thinks of President Trump’s vocabulary.
Episode 57

NBA Photographer Andy Bernstein on Kobe, LeBron, & The Lakers

Andy Bernstein details his decorated career as sports photographer; including stories from behind the scenes of LA’s biggest teams and how athletes like Kobe Bryant have left a lasting impact on his life.
Episode 58

George Wallace on Trump Jokes, Twitter, & “Wordology”

It’s all laughs with George Wallace, as the comedian looks back at his legendary career, pokes fun at Trump, & explains his famed “wordology” bit.
Episode 59

Adam Conover on ‘Adam Ruins Everything’, Debunking Misconceptions, & Global Warming

Comedian Adam Conover explains to Larry the positive aspects of his Tru TV show ‘Adam Ruins Everything’ and why encyclopedic humor works. Plus, he’s debunking common misconceptions around climate change.
Episode 60

Jeff Ross on Roasting Trump, ‘Bumping Mics’, & Don Rickles

Jeff Ross gives Larry a lesson in the art of roasting, and remembers some of his more memorable jabs at people like President Trump. Plus, comedian Dave Attell joins ‘The RoastMaster General’ to discuss their new Netflix stand-up special ‘Bumping Mics’.
Episode 61

Itzhak Perlman on Music Education, the Violin, & His Dream Collaboration

World-class violinist Itzhak Perlman dazzles Larry with stories from his remarkable career — including receiving a Kennedy Center Honor from President Obama — and explains why arts and music are crucial to a well-rounded education.
Episode 62

Neuroscientist Dr. Eric Kandel on memory loss, artificial intelligence, & evil

Nobel Prize-winning neuroscientist Dr. Eric Kandel discusses his new book ‘The Disordered Mind’, weighs in on recent advancements in the battle against Alzheimer’s and memory loss, and talks the development of evil tendencies in human beings.
Episode 63

Rickey Smiley on Stand-up Comedy, Pranks, & Santa Claus Rickey

Comedian Rickey Smiley sits down with Larry to discuss the new season of his show ‘Rickey Smiley for Real,’ explaining how he fits it into his busy schedule. Plus, the moment he got booed on stage during a comedy routine.
Episode 64

Chris Elliott on His Famous Family, David Letterman, & ‘Schitt’s Creek’

Chris Elliott opens up about following in his late father’s comedic footsteps, David Letterman’s influence on his career, and sharing the screen with his wife and daughters in ‘Clara’s Ghost’.
Episode 65

Angela Lansbury on Her Life, Career, & Retirement

Angela Lansbury sits down for a rare interview with Larry to reminisce about her unparalleled career and what keeps her going at 93 years old. Plus, she reveals if she ever plans on retiring.
Episode 66

Patrick Wilson on ‘Aquaman’, Comic Books, & ‘The Conjuring’

Patrick Wilson sits down with Larry to discuss his new film ‘Aquaman’ and the challenges of filming underwater. Plus, he explains how ‘The Conjuring’ series is pushing the horror genre forward.
Episode 67

Psychic Medium Harry T Talks His Gift, the Afterlife, & Reads Larry’s Audience

Famed psychic medium Harry T opens up to Larry about his special gift, explains his views on the afterlife, and responds to critics. Plus, Harry reads several ‘Larry King Now’ audience members!
Episode 68

Faith in America Today

A panel of faith leaders and academics discusses religiosity among millenials, the infusion of politics into the church, and what the future holds for America’s houses of worship.
Episode 69

Mindfulness & the Mind-Body Connection

Larry sits down with a panel of expert to discuss the benefits meditation has on the body and how mindfulness reduces stress and helps prevent serious physical illness.
Episode 70

Cheyenne Jackson on ‘American Horror Story’, Fatherhood, & Getting Sober

Cheyenne Jackson talks working with mega-producer Ryan Murphy on ‘American Horror Story.’ Plus, he describes returning to his musical roots in Disney’s ‘Descendants 3’ and becoming a father.
Episode 71

Lisa Vanderpump on ‘Housewives’ Season 9, Puffy the Dog, & Her Brother’s Death

The ever-outspoken Lisa Vanderpump weighs in on the new seasons of ‘Vanderpump Rules’ and ‘RHOBH’, and talks her various philanthropic efforts. Plus, the SUR owner opens up about her brother Mark’s tragic death.
Episode 72

UFO Truther Bob Lazar & Filmmaker Jeremy Corbell

UFO enthusiast Jeremy Corbell joins Bob Lazar to discuss his new film ‘Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers’. Plus, why the duo believe the government is still following Bob almost 30 years after he claimed to have helped reverse engineer an
Episode 73

Taye Diggs on ‘All American’, Fatherhood, & Trump

Taye Diggs, who is hosting the Critics Choice Awards, sits down with Larry to discuss his first time hosting an award show. Plus, what Broadway role he is most grateful for and why Trump’s presidency is good for the arts.
Episode 74

Shin Lim on Life As a Magician, ‘AGT’, and Fame

Sleight of hand artist Shin Lim discusses his path to the ‘America’s Got Talent’ title, other magicians who inspire him, and how fame has changed his life. The Vancouver native also dazzles Larry with a very special card trick!
Episode 75

Markiplier on gaming, Ryan ToysReview, & ‘CLOAK’

YouTuber Markiplier covers a wide variety of topics in his conversation with Larry, including his life before and after fame, who he wants to collaborate with on YouTube, and what he predicts will be the next big video game.
Episode 76

Mike Posner on His Father’s Death, Walking Across America, & Avicii

Singer and songwriter Mike Posner sits down with Larry to discuss his latest album, which he write while dealing with the death of his father. Plus, why Mike has decided to walk across America.
Episode 77

Paul W. Downs on the End of ‘Broad City’, Female Comedians, & His Engagement

Actor and comedian Paul W. Downs weighs in on the final season of his hit show ‘Broad City’, discusses the rise of women in comedy, & reveals that he’s popped the question to longtime partner Lucia Aniello.
Episode 78

Life After Hate

Larry sits down with a panel of experts to discuss why people join hate groups, and more importantly, what it takes to leave. Former neo-Nazi, Angela King, shares her story of disengagement, including how she is helping others.
Episode 79

Amanda Seales on Her Comedy Special ‘I Be Knowin’’, Trump Supporters, & ‘Insecure’

Amanda Seales sits down with Larry to discuss her new HBO comedy special ‘I Be Knowin’’ and her style of thought-provoking comedy. Plus, why she thinks current politics can be compared to a cult.
Episode 80

Areu Bros. studio chairman & CEO Ozzie Areu

It’s a wide-ranging conversation about the state of the film and TV industry with Ozzie Areu, who recently started America’s first-ever Latino owned multimedia studio, aptly named Areu Brothers. Areu previously served as the president of production
Episode 81

Psychiatrist Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz on Good Leadership, The Brain, & Destructive Habits

Psychiatrist and neuroplasticity expert Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz joins Larry for an interesting conversation about the mind. Plus, how neuroscience and leadership go hand-in-hand in his new book ‘The Wise Advocate: The Inner Voice of Strategic Leadership’.
Episode 82

‘Million Dollar Listing’ star Josh Altman on luxury real estate, confidence, & Kim Kardashian

‘Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles’ star Josh Altman sits down with Larry to talk Beverly Hills real estate and the real-life drama that happens when the cameras aren’t rolling. Plus, he reveals how much he recently got for Kim Kardashian’s
Episode 83

​Matt LeBlanc on ‘Friends’, Life Before Fame, & His Love of Cars

Golden Globe-winning actor Matt LeBlanc candidly discusses some of his favorite memories from playing Joey Tribbiani on ‘Friends’, and what life was like prior to megastardom.
Episode 84

Phoebe Robinson on ‘2 Dope Queens’, Diversity in Hollywood, & ‘MAGA’

Actor and comedian Phoebe Robinson weighs in on the new season of her hit HBO series ‘2 Dope Queens’, discusses the current state of diversity in Hollywood, and explains why the ‘Make America Great Again’ slogan is dangerous.
Episode 85

Eve on Julie Chen, Collaborating with Cardi B, & 21 Savage’s Arrest

Eve opens up about her former ‘The Talk’ co-host Julie Chen’s exit from the popular daytime show, updates Larry on the status of her rapping career, and chimes in on current trending topics from the music world.
Episode 86

Killer Mike on President Trump, Prison Reform, & the 2020 Election

Rapper and activist Killer Mike dishes on his new Netflix series ‘Trigger Warning’, talks politics of the day, and reveals new music is on the way!
Episode 87

Sonequa Martin-Green on ‘Star Trek’, ‘Walking Dead’, & Motherhood

Sonequa Martin-Green returns to ‘Larry King Now’ for a wide-ranging conversation about her groundbreaking role in ‘Star Trek: Discovery’, what it was like to leave ‘The Walking Dead’, and balancing motherhood with her busy career.
Episode 88

AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes on Air Travel, Dreaming Big, & Good Leadership

AirAsia CEO sits down with Larry for an enlightening talk about the airline industry and how his airline changed the way people in Asia fly. Plus, how he fulfilled his four big childhood dreams and what it takes to be a good leader.
Episode 89

John Walsh on Catching Violent Criminals, Gun Control, & Coping With His Son’s Murder

Crime fighter and victims’ rights advocate John Walsh — who helmed ‘America’s Most Wanted’ for decades — talks new techniques in criminology, his views on gun control, and finding closure after losing his son to murder.
Episode 90

Brigitte Nielsen on Childbirth at 54, Being Blacklisted from Hollywood, & Stallone

Brigitte Nielsen talks reprising her famed ‘Rocky’ character Ludmilla Drago in 2018’s ‘Creed II’, her relationship with ex-husband Sylvester Stallone, and giving birth at age 54. Plus, the model and actress on allegedly being blacklisted from
Episode 91

Stephen Merchant on Dwayne Johnson, Wrestling, & ‘The Office’ Reboot

Stephen Merchant sits down with Larry to discuss his new film ‘Fighting with my Family’ and working with Dwayne Johnson. Plus, what he’s heard about the reboot rumors around ‘The Office’.
Episode 92

Derek Hough on ‘World of Dance’, Bullying, & Jennifer Lopez

Derek Hough sits down with Larry for an interesting conversation about his impressive dance career, being bullied at a young age, and his upcoming tour. Plus, what fans can expect from the new season of ‘World of Dance’.
Episode 93

Tom Green on ‘Celebrity Big Brother’, shock comedy, & David Letterman

Tom Green sits down with guest host Pete Holmes to discuss his early days as a shock comedian, David Letterman’s influence, and how his comedy had evolved. Plus, how he got voted “America’s Favorite Houseguest” in the ‘Celebrity Big
Episode 94

Understanding Blockchain

Larry sits down with a team of experts to better understand blockchain and other industry buzzwords like cryptocurrency, bitcoin, and tokens. Plus, he finds out where the panel expects blockchain technology will be in the next 10 years.
Episode 95

Designer Isaac Mizrahi on His New Memoir, His Mother’s Influence, & Michelle Obama

Fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi sits down with Larry for a frank discussion about his new revealing memoir ‘I.M’ and what it was like growing up gay in a Syrian-Jewish family. Plus, he reveals the most memorable celebrity he’s ever
Episode 96

Glenn Howerton on ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’, Bad Teachers, & Stand-up Comedy

Glenn Howerton sits down with guest host Pete Holmes to discuss his NBC show ‘A.P. Bio’ and his desire to do stand-up comedy. Plus, he reveals if he’s planning to do more seasons of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’.
Episode 97

Gus Kenworthy on Skiing, the 2022 Olympics, & Gay Rights

Gus Kenworthy talks his pro skiing career, his chances of making the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, and life since coming out as gay man.
Episode 98

Kristin Cavallari on Motherhood, Reality Television, & Her Brother’s Death

Kristin Cavallari sits down with Larry for an in-depth conversation about her career in reality television as well as her successful lifestyle brand Uncommon James. Plus, she opens up about her brother’s tragic death.
Episode 99

Thomas Lennon on his new novel, ‘Reno 911’ & guest-starring on ‘Friends’

Thomas Lennon sits down with Larry to discuss his successful career as both a screenwriter and actor. Plus, why he decided to write his first young adult novel ‘Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles’.
Episode 100

Karamo Brown on ‘Queer Eye’, Self-love, & His New Memoir

‘Queer Eye’ star Karamo Brown sits down with Larry for an enlightening conversation about his journey to self-acceptance and how he is teaching others through his own experiences. Plus, what he finds most gratifying as the culture expert on
Episode 101

Larry Charles on ‘Seinfeld’, satirical comedy, & “bad comedian” Trump

Larry Charles sits down with Larry for a fascinating conversation about comedy in dangerous countries around the world. Plus, why he thinks Trump is a “bad comedian” and how comedy acts as a metaphor to examine society.
Episode 102

Rita Wilson on Her New Album, Surviving Breast Cancer, & Female Representation in Hollywood

Rita Wilson sits down with Larry to discuss her new album, ‘Halfway To Home’ and film ‘Gloria Bell’. Plus, her passion for music and how being diagnosed with breast cancer changed everything.
Episode 103

Ne-Yo on ‘World of Dance’, Possible Vegas Residency, & Michael Jackson

Acclaimed singer and songwriter Ne-Yo sits down with Larry to talk ‘World of Dance’ season 3, and hints at the possibility of a residency in Las Vegas. Plus, his thoughts on the Michael Jackson scandal.
Episode 104

Danny DeVito on ‘Dumbo’, Xenophobia, & Bernie Sanders

Danny DeVito takes a seat next to Larry for a riveting conversation about working with Tim Burton on the new ‘Dumbo’ remake and his hilarious audition for the show ‘Taxi.’ Plus, why he is a staunch supporter of Bernie Sanders.
Episode 105

Michelle Visage on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’, the “Golden Era” of Drag, & Madonna

‘RuPaul's Drag Race’ judge Michelle Visage discusses the importance of drag culture today and why we are in the “golden era” of drag. Plus, the inside scoop on the new U.K. version of the show.
Episode 106

Adam Rippon on Figure Skating, LGBTQ Rights, & His New Memoir

Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon sits down with Larry for a hilarious conversation about his journey to winning the bronze medal and how he was tricked into putting on his first pair of skates. Plus, his ongoing fight for LGBTQ rights.
Episode 107

Joseph Gordon-Levitt on Creative Collaborations, Fulfilling Roles, & Working With Logic

Joseph Gordon-Levitt sits down with Larry for an in-depth conversation about his collaborative production company 'HitRecord,' and his new project with rapper Logic. Plus, he dishes on a potential '500 Days of Summer' sequel.
Episode 108

Lydia Hearst on ‘The Haunting of Sharon Tate’, horror films, and her family’s legacy

Lydia Hearst sits down with Shawn King to discuss her new film, ‘The Haunting of Sharon Tate’. Plus, she reveals her love of horror films, her zombie obsession, and reminisces about growing up with mom, Patty Hearst.
Episode 109

Elizabeth McGovern on ‘Downton Abbey’, female roles, & her music career

‘Downton Abbey’ star Elizabeth McGovern sits down with Larry to discuss her new film ‘The Chaperone’ and why she fought to have it made. Plus, what fans can expect from the new ‘Downton Abbey’ film.
Episode 110

Ableism in Hollywood

Larry sits down with RJ Mitte (‘Breaking Bad’), CJ Jones (‘Baby Driver’), talent agent Gail Williamson, and author Lauren Appelbaum to unpack the complex issue of ableism in Hollywood.
Episode 111

Anna Chlumsky on the Final Season of ‘Veep’, Child Stardom, & Julia Louis-Dreyfus

‘Veep’ star Anna Chlumsky sits down with Larry for a heartwarming conversation on the final season of ‘Veep’, her character’s satisfying arc, and why she left acting for several years.
Episode 112

Dr. Dean Ornish on Healthy Lifestyles, Plant-based Diets, & Bill Clinton

Dr. Dean Ornish sits down with Larry for an enlightening conversation about his new book ‘Undo It’ and how a few simple changes can reverse some of the most prevalent diseases today. Plus, his take on how he helped former President Bill Clinton
Episode 113

Oscar De La Hoya on his Boxing Career, Philanthropy, & Possible Political Future

Oscar De La Hoya takes a seat next to Larry for a captivating conversation on his new deal with DAZN streaming service and its impact on boxing. Plus, he revisits the devastating loss that made him decide to retire from the sport.
Episode 114

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent on interior design, LGBTQ advocacy, & fatherhood

‘Nate & Jeremiah By Design’ stars Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent sit down with Larry to talk about their journey from business partners to life partners and why they consider themselves LGBTQ role models. Plus, what fans can expect from the new
Episode 115

Rapper Raja Kumari on ‘Bloodline’ Album, the American Dream, & Manifestation

Grammy nominated rapper and songwriter Raja Kumari sits down with Larry for an enlightening conversation about her journey to international stardom, bridging the gap between her eastern roots and western culture, and her new EP ‘Bloodline’.
Episode 116

Steve Lemme & Kevin Heffernan on ‘Tacoma FD’, mustaches, & ‘Super Troopers 3’

Comedians Steve Lemme & Kevin Heffernan sit down with guest host Melissa Rivers to talk about their new Tru-TV series ‘Tacoma FD’ saying it’s like ‘Super Troopers,’ but set in a fire station. Plus, will there be a ‘Super Troopers
Episode 117

Jack Osbourne on ‘Portals to Hell’, Paranormal Activity, & Single Fatherhood

Jack Osbourne sits down with guest host Melissa Rivers to discuss his new show ‘Portals to Hell’ and the most haunted place he visited for the Travel Channel series. Plus, how he’s dealing with being a single father and life on the road with his
Episode 118

Craig Ferguson on stand-up comedy, politics, & ‘Riding the Elephant’

Craig Ferguson sits down with Larry King to discuss his new memoir ‘Riding the Elephant’, including the allegorical meaning behind the title. Plus, why he would never do a late night show again.
Episode 119

Psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb on Mental Health, Therapy, & Social Media

NY Times bestselling author and psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb sits down with Melissa Rivers to chat about her own personal therapy journey and how it led to her new book,‘Maybe You Should Talk to Someone’.
Episode 120

Andrew Dice Clay on PG Comedy, Acting, & His Instagram Show ‘Clips’

Andrew Dice Clay sits down with guest host Tom Green to discuss his career, including why he calls himself a “National Treasure” and his thoughts on politically correct comedy.
Episode 121

Nate Bargatze on ‘The Tennessee Kid’, Jerry Seinfeld, & Iced Milk

Nate Bargatze talks to guest host Tom Green about his new Netflix special ‘The Tennessee Kid’, where he got his comedic chops, and how social media is both a blessing and a curse for his stand-up routine. Plus, how he really feels about iced
Episode 122

Ana Gasteyer on ‘Wine Country’, female comedians, & ‘SNL’

'Wine Country' star Ana Gasteyer sits down with guest host Tom Green to discuss the importance of female comedians and her experience working on ‘Saturday Night Live’. Plus, behind-the-scenes stories from the set of ‘Wine Country’.
Episode 123

David Koechner on ‘All Creatures Here Below’, Trump, & ‘SNL’

David Koechner sits down with guest host Tom Green for an honest conversation about his time on ‘Saturday Night Live’ and how he really feels about President Trump. Plus, how his new film ‘All Creatures Here Below’ reflect our current
Episode 124

Guinevere Turner on ‘Charlie Says’, Rowing Up in a Cult, & ‘American Psycho’

Guinevere Turner sits down with guest host Tom Green to discuss her new film ‘Charlie Says’, based on the women who killed for Charles Manson. Plus, how growing up in a cult made her the perfect candidate to write the screenplay.
Episode 125

Dr. Drew Pinsky on social media, vaccinations, & Trump’s mental health

Dr. Drew Pinsky sits down with guest host Tom Green to discuss the importance of mental health awareness in America, and how social media is causing depression and isolation. Plus, what Dr. Drew thinks about President Trump's mental health.
Episode 126

Dane Cook on Haters, Social Media, & his new Stand-up Tour

Dane Cook sits down with guest host Tom Green for an enlightening conversation about his long career as a stand-up comic, what he’s learned from haters, and how he deals with the hardships from his past. Plus, his dark role in the new film
Episode 127

Henry Rollins on punk rock music, politics, & his ‘Talking Shows’

Henry Rollins sits down with guest host Tom Green to discuss why he decided to leave music behind and why he doesn’t talk politics on his radio show. Plus, the reason he doesn’t consider himself a comedian.
Episode 128

Tony Hawk on his Successful Skateboarding Career, Philanthropy, & Video Game Culture

Tony Hawk sits down with guest host Tom Green to discuss his phenomenal career, including the simple step it took to go from amateur to pro. Also, why skateparks are important for youth to develop positive relationships.
Episode 129

Iconic drummer Clem Burke on ‘Blondie’, surviving rock n’ roll, & his new documentary

Iconic ‘Blondie’ drummer Clem Burke sits down with guest host Tom Green to talk about his new documentary ‘My View’, the craziness of touring with ‘The Ramones’, and surviving ‘Blondie’ fame. Plus, why rock and roll is here to
Episode 130

Kevin Nealon on ‘Hiking with Kevin’, comedic influences, & ‘SNL’

Kevin Nealon sits down with guest host Dennis Miller where they reminisce about their time together on ‘Saturday Night Live’ and some of their funniest moments on the show. Plus, why Kevin’s new Youtube series ‘Hiking with Kevin’ is such a
Episode 131

Mark Manson on 'Everything Is F*cked', philosophical inspirations, & social media

Mark Manson, author of 'The Subtle Art Of Not Giving a F*ck', sits down with guest host Dennis Miller for an in-depth conversation about the problems with social media and his new novel, 'Everything Is F*cked: A Book About Hope.' Plus, why his books
Episode 132

Seth Green on 'Changeland’, Adult Cartoons, & Growing Up in the Spotlight

Seth Green sits down with guest host Dennis Miller to discuss his new film, 'Changeland' and what it was like shooting in Thailand with his best friends. Plus, how he got came out of the other side of being a child actor and why people are so
Episode 133

Comedian Bryan Callen on ‘Complicated Apes’, Free Speech, & Dramatic Roles

Comedian Bryan Callen sits down with Guest Host Dennis Miller to reveal the interesting meaning behind the name of his new stand up special ‘Complicated Apes’. Plus, his upcoming role in the highly-anticipated ‘Joker’ film.
Episode 134

Lamar Odom on ‘Darkness to Light’, the Kardashians, & Sobriety

Lamar Odom sits down with guest host Dennis Miller to talk about his new memoir ‘Darkness to Light.’ In the candid interview, he admits he still wants to be married to Khloe Kardashian and how addiction changed his life. Plus, how he plans to stay
Episode 135

Matt Iseman & Akbar Gbajabiamila on ‘American Ninja Warrior’, Inspiring Competitors, & the Gift of Failure

‘American Ninja Warrior’ hosts Matt Iseman & Akbar Gbajabiamila sit down with guest host Dennis Miller to discuss the newest season of ‘American Ninja Warrior’, their favorite competitors and why failure is actually a good thing.
Episode 136

Sheryl Underwood on 'The Talk', Higher Education, & Mark Wahlberg

Sheryl Underwood joins guest host Dennis Miller for an energetic interview where she reveals the support behind-the-scenes at ‘The Talk’. Plus, she reveals the most memorable guest on the show so far.

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Lamar Odom hopes to help “heal” people with new book ‘Darkness to Light’

How Bryan Callen came up with the name ‘Complicated Apes’ for his stand-up special

Seth Green on finding balance directing and starring in his new film ‘Changeland’

Mark Manson on the subtle tweaks in his new book 'Everything is F*cked'

Kevin Nealon praises “accomplished” ‘Man With a Plan’ co-star Matt LeBlanc

Clem Burke on what to expect in his new documentary ‘My View’

"I had a voice that could affect change": Tony Hawk on his skateboarding foundation

“I had no more lyrics”: Henry Rollins on why quit music

“The best of the best”: Dane Cook explains how he’s grown by embracing his haters

Dr. Drew explains why anti-vaccinators are a threat to healthy Americans

Guinevere Turner on Why She Has Sympathy for the Women in ‘Charlie Says’

David Koechner reflects on his year-long stint on ‘SNL’

"Don't want to do 'The Hangover'": Ana Gasteyer on the importance of a female perspective

“My Dad Was a Clown”: Nate Bargatze on Getting His Comedy Chops From His Dad

“She’s so grounded”: Andrew Dice Clay on his relationship with Lady Gaga

Psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb on Why She Started Going to Therapy Herself

Craig Ferguson Explains the Meaning Behind the Title of His Memoir ‘Riding the Elephant’

Jack Osbourne reveals most intense haunting on ‘Portals to Hell’

Steve Lemme & Kevin Heffernan reveal the inspiration behind ‘Super Troopers’

Raja Kumari’s Reflects on Her Days As a Child Dance Prodigy

Jeremiah Brent explains that 'Nate & Jeremiah By Design' is all about love

Oscar De La Hoya recounts his devastating loss against Manny Pacquiao

Dr. Dean Ornish on Why he Thinks Major Diseases can be Treated with a Healthy Lifestyle

Anna Chlumsky on How Julia Louis-Dreyfus Made ‘Veep’ Popular to a Wider Audience

“It’s Getting Better": The Current State of Diverse Representation in Hollywood

“Something fans will enjoy”: Elizabeth McGovern teases ‘Downton Abbey’ film

Lydia Hearst recalls “normal” childhood with famous mom Patty Hearst

Joseph Gordon-Levitt on New Streaming Platforms and What It Means for Creativity

Adam Rippon Reveals How He Was “Tricked” Into Figure Skating As a Child

Michelle Visage on Why She Doesn't Think Drag Will Ever Be Mainstream

Danny DeVito on How ‘Dumbo’ Highlights Xenophobia in Our Society

“Without Michael Jackson there would be no Ne-Yo”: Ne-Yo talks Michael Jackson scandal

Rita Wilson on How Surviving Breast Cancer Shaped Her New Album

‘Seinfeld’ Writer Larry Charles on the Lasting Power of the Sitcom

Karamo Brown on Why the Phrase “Coming Out” Is Negative

Thomas Lennon recalls playing Joey’s identical hand twin on ‘Friends’

Kristin Cavallari on what to expect on season 2 of ‘Very Cavallari’

Gus Kenworthy talks ‘American Horror Story’

“I’m Attracted to Bitter, Angry Characters”: Glenn Howerton on His Role in ‘A.P. Bio’

Isaac Mizrahi on Why He Dedicated His New Memoir ‘I.M.’ to His Mother

Blockchain, Explained: Your questions answered

Canadian Comedian Tom Green on Becoming an American Citizen

Derek Hough Recalls Being Bullied While Growing Up as a Dancer

Stephen Merchant on why he wasn’t interested in making a film about wrestling

Brigitte Nielsen: Stallone was a “Horrible Husband”

John Walsh Firmly Supports Gun Control

AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes on Fulfilling His Four Boyhood Dreams

Sonequa Martin-Green talks Patrick Stewart’s ‘Star Trek’ return

Killer Mike: White People Need to Support Black Business Owners

Eve on Julie Chen’s ‘The Talk’ exit: “I miss her”

Phoebe Robinson & Larry King: A Beatboxing Duo for the Ages!

Matt LeBlanc’s Peculiar ‘Friends’ Audition

‘Million Dollar Listing’ star Josh Altman on rebuilding his brand after losing everything

Psychiatrist Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz Explains Link Between Neuroscience and CEOs

Areu Bros. CEO Ozzie Areu on his departure from Tyler Perry Studios

“There’s a brokenness”: Amanda Seales talks politics in America

Does the current political climate encourage hate groups?

The Final Season of ‘Broad City’: Paul W. Downs Weighs In

“I foolishly said yes”: Mike Posner Explains Why he Took a Pill in Ibiza

Markiplier Opens up About His Relationship With YouTube

Shin Lim stuns Larry King With a Card Trick

“We Learn From Our Experiences’: Taye Diggs on If Kevin Hart Should Host Oscars

UFO truther Bob Lazar explains reason behind recent FBI raid

Lisa Vanderpump Teases “Problematic” New Season of ‘Real Housewives’

Cheyenne Jackson Reveals Story Behind His Unique Name

How can we train our brains to be mindful?

Where is religion in America going?

Psychic Medium Harry T Reads Larry King’s Audience

“I don’t judge them”: Patrick Wilson on Understanding the Characters he Plays

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