For the first show of the season, Bill interviews President Trump's former Senior Counselor, Kellyanne Conway. Joining him on the panel are award-winning journalist Katie Couric and author Matt Jones.
This week, Bill interviews former FBI Assistant Director for Counterintelligence Frank Figliuzzi. Joining him for the panel discussion are Lead Producer and Co-Founder of Freethink, Kmele Foster, and Contributing Writer for Vanity Fair, Peter Hamby.
This week, Bill interviews evolutionary biologists and co-hosts of The DarkHorse Podcast, Heather Heying and Bret Weinstein. Joining him for the panel discussion are CNN Political Commentator, Van Jones, and Contributing Editor at Harper's Magazine, James Pogue.
Bill interviews comedian Jimmy Kimmel ahead of a panel discussion with TIME's Senior Correspondent Charlotte Alter and political pundit Matt Welch.
Bill interviews Rep. Adam Kinzinger about his recent Washington Post op-ed urging Senate Republicans to convict Donald Trump. For the panel discussion, he is joined by political blogger Markos Moulitsas and MSNBC Political Analyst Steve Schmidt.
This week, Bill interviews journalist Megyn Kelly. For the panel discussion, he is joined by Democratic Senator from Montana, Jon Tester, and New York Times opinion columnist, Ezra Klein.
This week, Bill interviews journalist Joe Scarborough, and for the panel discussion is joined by author Frank Bruni and radio host Charlamagne Tha God.
This week, Bill sits down with New York Times bestselling-author Annabelle Gurwitch. For the panel, he is joined by Scott Galloway, Professor of Marketing at NYU Stern, and comedian Larry Wilmore.
This week, Bill interviews political data scientist David Shor. For the panel discussion, he is joined by Heidi Heitkamp, former Senator for North Dakota, and journalist Nick Gillespie.
This week, Bill opens the show interviewing Christopher Krebs, the former Director of the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency. Then, joining him on the panel are Caitlin Flanagan, staff writer at The Atlantic, and Bret Stephens, columnist for The New York Times and an MSNBC contributor.
This week, Bill interviews former Secretary of State of California, Sen. Alex Padilla. For the panel discussion, he is joined by author Heather McGhee and writer Reihan Salam.
Sharon Osbourne gives her first interview since her abrupt firing from The Talk, while joining Bill for the panel discussion are journalist Ian Bremmer and Law and Policy professor Rosa Brooks.
Bill opens the show interviewing former Contributing Editor for Vanity Fair, Fran Lebowitz. Joining him for the panel discussion are S.E. Cupp, columnist and CNN contributor, and April Ryan, author and DC Bureau Chief and White House Correspondent for theGrio.com.
This week, Bill interviews author Ben Sheehan and for the panel discussion is joined by historian Nancy MacLean and author Thomas Frank.
Bill opens the show by interviewing professor of linguistics at Columbia University, John McWhorter. For the panel discussion, he is joined by Rep. Elissa Slotkin, a Democratic congresswoman who represents Michigan's 8th district, and Rick Wilson, a Republican strategist and author.
Returning from a two-week break after testing positive for COVID-19, Bill opens this week's show by interviewing Emmy-winning broadcaster Bob Costas. For the panel discussion, he is joined by Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist at The New York Times, Nicholas Kristof, and Democratic strategist and co-host of the weekly podcast Politics War Room, James Carville.
This week, Bill interviews Democratic Congressman representing New York's 15th district, Rep. Ritchie Torres. Joining him for the panel discussion are Governor John Kasich and journalist Chris Matthews.
Opening the show this week, Bill interviews astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. On the panel, he is joined by filmmaker Rob Reiner and political scientist Rachel Bitecofer.
Bill interviews fellow comedian Nikki Glaser to open the show and is then joined on the panel by political commentator Paul Begala and journalist Jane Coaston.
This week, Bill opens the show by interviewing acclaimed film director Quentin Tarantino, and for the panel is joined by author Max Brooks and pop-historian Dan Carlin.
Bill returns from his summer break, opening the show by interviewing Eric Adams, the Democratic nominee for NYC Mayor. For the panel discussion, he's joined by Democratic congresswoman Rep. Stacey Plaskett and author Joshua Green who is also a senior national correspondent for Bloomberg Businessweek.
This week, Bill opens the show interviewing two-time Olympic gold medalist Donna de Varona. For the panel, he's joined by Malcolm Nance, a career U.S. Counterterrorism Intelligence Officer and MSNBC contributor, alongside right wing commentator Ben Shapiro.
Screen legends Martin Short and Steve Martin join Bill for the opening interview, while journalist Michael Moynihan and former DNC chair Donna Brazile join him for the panel discussion.
Bill opens the show interviewing political commentator Andrew Sullivan and is joined on the panel by journalist Jackie Calmes and former Democratic congressman Max Rose.
Bill opens this week's episode by interviewing Washington Post journalist Craig Whitlock. For the panel, he's joined by British journalist Katty Kay and conservative Christian lobbyist Ralph Reed.
Bill opens this week's show by interviewing Rep. Barbara Lee, the Democratic Congresswoman representing California's 13th district. For the panel, he is joined by journalist Christina Bellantoni and columnist George F. Will.
This week, Bill interviews Pulitzer-prize winning historian and staff writer at The Atlantic, Anne Applebaum. On the panel, he is joined by advice columnist and author Dan Savage, and Chair of the editorial board and U.S. Editor-at-Large of The Financial Times, Gillian Tett.
Tristan Harris, co-founder of The Center for Humane Technology, is Bill's interviewee at the top of the show and joining him on the panel are MSNBC contributor Jennifer Rubin and national spokesperson for No Dem Left Behind, Richard Ojeda.
Bill opens this week's show interviewing musician and activist Stevie Van Zandt. For the panel, he's joined by journalist and podcaster Matt Taibbi alongside Editor-in-Chief of Reason magazine Katherine Mangu-Ward.
Harvard's professor of psychology, Steven Pinker is Bill's interview subject this week. For the panel, he is joined by activist and musician Killer Mike alongside national political reporter for The Washington Post, Robert Costa.