Full Frontal offers its own rebuttal to the SOTU, explains why US involvement in Venezuela is already in bad hands, and celebrates black history month!.
Full Frontal attempts to calm some of the Green New Deal-induced hysteria, calls out fatphobia in the media, and sends some love to the lonely billionaire hearts of the world.
Full Frontal meets a family whose "American Dream" led to the opioid crisis, tracks the Fox News evolution into state TV, and sends Amy Hoggart to answer the question that's on all of our minds: what's the deal with Brexit?.
Full Frontal covers Tucker Carlson's naughty nature, unpacks the real motivation behind the attacks on Rep. Ilhan Omar, and tells the story of a group of female animators who put their own MeToo movement into motion.
Full Frontal reminisces on 2017's greatest hits, starting with that Muslim ban that is totally still a thing! Plus, Sam does a lightening round intro of the approximately 5,000 dems who have announced their 2020 presidential campaigns.
Full Frontal bids farewell to the Mueller investigation, traces Mick Mulvaney's ooze-covered path to the White House, and examines the battle that immigrants in the military are fighting... to stay in the military.
Full Frontal responds to the anti-abortion rhetoric seeping into the box office and state legislatures, makes getting vaccinated cool again, and unearths a huge white lie with the Lucas Brothers.
Full Frontal uncovers the gross truth about Kellyanne and George Conway, unpacks the latest Trump administration purge at DHS, and meets the people hit the hardest by Trump's Muslim Ban.
Featuring Bee's signature comedy and celebrity guests, the second not-annual "Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner" will bring together journalists, members of the media, and all those who are committed to reaffirming the First Amendment.
Full Frontal gleefully examines the crumbling infrastructure of the NRA and enlists the help of guest correspondent Naomi Ekperigin in uncovering the key to unlocking Black Twitter.
Full Frontal offers an important Sex Ed class for Senators, discusses the "electability" of Joe Biden, and sits down with the very electable Kamala Harris.
Sam addresses the dire state of journalism in America and offers advice for Democrats feeling the need to appear on Fox News: just say no! Sam sends her correspondents out to help pick their brand of Democratic presidential candidate.
Samantha Bee hits the thumbs down button on Youtube's algorithmic woes and warns women about the sinister motives behind multi-level marketing schemes. Plus, Patti Harrison helps throw a pride party like it's 1969!.
Full Frontal gets to know the McConnell-shaped clog in the government's drain, offers some sage advice to the millions of democrats running for president, and celebrates Juneteenth by exploring the first steps down the road to reparations.
Full Frontal questions the news media on their non-existent coverage of the latest rape allegation against President Trump, reveals the real culprit behind the border crisis and travels to Miami for the presidential debates.
Full Frontal covers the most racist of the President's racisms this week, trudges through the horror of Jeffery Epstein's pedophilic past, and adds one more lady to late night!.
Full Frontal reacts to all the mind-blowing moments from the televised event of the summer, the Mueller testimony, tries to remember a time when someone wasn't trying to hack our elections, and sends Mike Rubens to a party at the border!
Full Frontal wades into the debate surrounding student loans, makes the case for decriminalizing migration alongside Julián Castro, and travels to the home-state of everyone's favorite swamp monster, Mitch Mcconnell.
Full Frontal reflects on the latest wave of gun violence and white nationalism. Then, as a much needed break from the news of the week, Allana Harkin hits the beach to bask in the sunny hopefulness of first time female voters.
Full Frontal takes a dip into the bizarre mystery surrounding Jerry Falwell Jr'.s pool boy, fills up on southern grub and reproductive justice, and welcomes Betty Who to take this summer out on a good note.