Larry discusses the backlash over the Oscar nominations' lack of diversity and the success of recent protests with Cory Booker, Talib Kweli, Bill Burr, and Shenaz Treasury.
Larry takes an unflinching look at the sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby with panelists Jamilah Lemieux, Kathleen Madigan, Baratunde Thurston and Keith Robinson.
Larry discusses the 2015 State of the Union address as well as the image and legacy of President Obama with panelists Jon Lovett, David Remnick, Amy Holmes, and Godfrey.
Larry discusses the changing state of U.S.-Cuba relations with panelists John Leguizamo, Soledad O'Brien, Mauricio Claver-Carone and Mike Yard.
Larry takes a look at the controversy swirling around the movie "American Sniper" with panelists Matt Taibbi, Paul Rieckhoff, Sabrina Jalees and Nick Irving.
Larry talks about the Disneyland measles epidemic and the fight against vaccines with panelists Holly Phillips, Judy Gold, Zoey O'Toole and Mike Yard.
Larry discusses the Koch brothers and the flood of private money in political campaigns with panelists Zephyr Teachout, David Webb, Hari Kondabolu and Ted Alexandro.
Larry tackles the Deflategate scandal and dishonesty in professional sports with panelists Jake Tapper, Katie Nolan, Sherrod Small and Seaton Smith.
Larry addresses America's obesity problem with panelists Morgan Spurlock, Marianne Kirby, Lavell Crawford and Shannon DeVido.
Larry talks about America's growing acceptance of same-sex marriage with panelists Lance Bass, Sally Kohn, Jessica Kirson and Michel Faulkner.
Panelists Common, Charles Blow, Joe Jones and Mike Yard join Larry for an in-depth discussion of African-American fatherhood.
Larry addresses the debate over genetically engineered babies with panelists Gabrielle Union, Penn Jillette, Holly Phillips and Rachel Feinstein.
Panelists Michael McKean, Kimberly Dozier, Negin Farsad and Wes Moore join Larry for a discussion about ISIS as well as the U.S'.s foggy relationship with war.
Panelists Retta, Anne-Marie Johnson, Deborah Tillman and Pete Dominick discuss free-range parenting, government overreach and child discipline.
Larry tackles viewers' questions about the anti-vaccine movement, obesity and beauty standards with Anthony Anderson, S.E. Cupp, Michaela Pereira and Rory Albanese.
Panelists Martin Short, Frank Rich, Big Sean and Tara Setmayer weigh in on Rudy Giuliani's claim that President Obama doesn't love America.
Larry talks Islamophobia and Muslim extremism with panelists Ahmed Shihab-Eldin, Dean Obeidallah, Reggie Love and Shenaz Treasury.
Larry talks about the significance of the proposed Mars One expedition with Don Cheadle, Sonia Van Meter, Ricky Velez and Lee Daniels.
Issa Rae, Christina Greer, Jacque Reid and Marina Franklin join Larry to discuss issues black women face in the workplace as well as the pros and cons of interracial dating.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio sits down with Larry to discuss income inequality, police-community relations and the city's marijuana laws.
The Emmy and Peabody-winning comedian Larry Wilmore and a panel of guests discuss current events and the world of pop culture.
Adam Carolla, Carl Hart, Roland Martin and Michelle Buteau join Larry to talk about the growing acceptance of legalizing marijuana in the U.S.
Sunny Hostin, Phillip Agnew, Michael Skolnik and Godfrey discuss the disturbing findings from a Department of Justice's report on the Ferguson, MO, police department.
Cedric the Entertainer, Daymond John, Ted Alexandro and Maria Hinojosa discuss the Apple Watch and the ethical issues faced by consumers of modern technology.
Larry reacts to an Oklahoma fraternity's racist chant and discusses equal opportunity for women with panelists Alicia Menendez, Egypt Sherrod, Chloe Hilliard and Jim Norton.
Lizz Winstead, Maz Jobrani, John Avlon and Nick Di Paolo join Larry to discuss political correctness and the challenge of balancing cultural sensitivity with free speech.
Singer Robin Thicke lands in hot water over his song "Blurred Lines", and Larry talks boxing with Mike Tyson, Jackie Kallen, Keith Robinson and LZ Granderson.
Moneyed mountain climbers defile Mount Everest, and panelists Rob Corddry, Wale, Rachel Nichols and Barney Frank debate whether NCAA players should be paid.
Sherrod Small, Brendan Fay, Kathleen Madigan and Colin Quinn join Larry to talk about the battle to include LGBT groups in New York City's St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Starbucks begins an in-store dialogue about race, and Larry talks greed and the "prosperity gospel" with Kurt Metzger, Shenaz Treasury, David Bullock and Bradley Whitford.
Larry addresses the backlash against culturally diverse superheroes with Jean Grae, Mike Lawrence, Phil Jimenez and Sana Amanat.
Panelists Kenneth Cole, Phoebe Robinson, Rosie Perez and 2 Chainz join Larry to discuss the intentions and execution of Starbucks's ill-fated "Race Together" campaign.
Lewis Black, Kristen Soltis Anderson, Amy Holmes and Kal Penn talk about Texas Senator Ted Cruz's announcement that he plans to run for president in 2016.
Jordan Carlos, Sabrina Jalees, Regina King and Shenaz Treasury join Larry to talk about the concept of slut-shaming and the negative connotations of certain words.
Panelists Egypt Sherrod, Rory Albanese, Robert Reich and JB Smoove sit down with Larry to talk about Western recruits to ISIS and the abolition of fraternities.
James Adomian, Joy Reid and Mario Batali join Larry to discuss Indiana's religious freedom law and the lingering resistance to same-sex marriage rights in the U.S.
Ricky Velez, Dorian Warren and Yvette Nicole Brown sit down with Larry to discuss harsh restrictions on food stamp spending and the exploitation of fast-food workers.
Senator Bernie Sanders, Baratunde Thurston and Kat Timpf join Larry for a discussion about Kentucky Senator Rand Paul's 2016 presidential campaign.
Fareed Zakaria, Kurt Metzger and Anya Kamenetz join Larry for a debate about the excessive cost of college tuition and ask whether a university degree is worth the price.
Ricky Velez, Nia-Malika Henderson and Debi Mazar sit down with Larry to talk about Hillary Clinton's entry into the 2016 presidential race.
Dan Soder, Keith Robinson and Alex Wagner join Larry for a debate about the death penalty and the fate of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Chris Distefano, Ras Baraka and Cam'ron discuss the taboo against snitching to the police, and Mike Yard offers questionable advice for Tax Day.
Larry reports on former NFL star Aaron Hernandez's hug conviction and then dives into popular conspiracy theories with Neil deGrasse Tyson, Mike Cannon and Robin Thede.
Chrissy Teigen, Mike Yard and Philip Galanes chat with Larry about ESPN reporter Britt McHenry's rant against a towing company worker and Ben Affleck's slave-owning ancestors.
Ricky Velez, Cristela Alonzo and Scarface discuss Walmart's controversial store closings, a water crisis in Baltimore and a police officer's surprising show of restraint.
Guy Branum, Judy Gold and Kevin Johnson join Larry to examine how Californians are reacting to historic drought conditions and a critically low water supply.
Panelists Kevin Pollak, Mo'Nique and Shenaz Treasury discuss the alarming number of illicit sexual relationships between female high school teachers and their male students.
Jordan Carlos, Ian Harvie and Geena Rocero join Larry to discuss Bruce Jenner's gender transition, transgender issues and the wide spectrum of gender and sexual identity.
Kerry Coddett, Seaton Smith and Phillip Agnew sit down with Larry to examine the anti-police riots in Baltimore and the media's problematic coverage of the crisis.
Chloe Hilliard, Charlamagne Tha God and Bob Costas join Larry to discuss the continued civil unrest in Baltimore and the racially charged debate surrounding the word "thug".
Larry chats with Baltimore gang members, and Brad Garrett, Dana Perino and Lewis Black weigh in on the claims that gay marriage legalization will have dire consequences.
Bill Nye, Ricky Velez and Mike Yard join Larry to discuss the continuing civil unrest in Baltimore as well as the science and history behind racism and tribalism.
Shenaz Treasury, Dean Obeidallah and Lavell Crawford sit down with Larry to discuss gun violence at an anti-Islam art show and the popularity of dad bods.
Susie Essman, Nicolle Wallace and Holly Walker weigh in on a bizarre debate about whether menopause has any bearing on Hillary Clinton's ability to serve as president.
Jacque Reid, Ricky Velez and The Lucas Bros. join Larry for a conversation about reparation rights, a battle over embryos, the Hamburglar and sex education.
Rachel Feinstein, Will Packer and Mike Yard join Larry for a discussion about racist comments made by a high school principal and a middle school teacher in Georgia.
Ali Wentworth, Dan Savage and Kerry Coddett sit down with Larry to discuss sexism directed at America's first ladies and a study on the connection between sex and happiness.
Joel McHale, Ahmed Ahmed and Lola Ogunnaike join Larry to discuss Tom Brady's role in the Deflategate scandal and an offensive promotional video for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Vincent Kartheiser, Rory Albanese and Robin Thede chat with Larry about an abstinence requirement for gay blood donors and speculation surrounding the conclusion of "Mad Men".
Rashida Jones, Mike Yard and Holly Walker chat with Larry about mandatory high heels at the Cannes Film Festival and the educational value of porn.
Constance Zimmer, Sabrina Jalees and Jermaine Fowler discuss recycled sewage water for Californians and allegations that Josh Duggar sexually abused his sisters.
Larry Wilmore takes his panel to the The Nightly Show Lounge & Cool Millennial Hang Out Area to discuss breastfeeding on Instagram and how the National Spelling Bee has spawned racists remarks.
Christiane Amanpour, Jordan Carlos and Christian Finnegan join Larry to discuss American volunteers for ISIS and sex abuse allegations against ex-House Speaker Dennis Hastert.
Godfrey, Jamilah Lemieux and Marc Lamont Hill join Larry to talk about the Baltimore Police Department's alleged work slowdown in the aftermath of the Freddie Gray protests.
Kristina Wong, Jo Koy and Dan St. Germain chat with Larry about the controversy surrounding Emma Stone's role as an Asian-American woman in the film "Aloha".
A gay valedictorian delivers his graduation speech, and Dave Rubin, Angie Martinez and Tom Papa join Larry to discuss Caitlyn Jenner's ESPY Courage Award.
Larry discusses police violence at a Texas pool party, and Seaton Smith, Bonnie McFarlane and Frank Luntz review the colorful variety of 2016 presidential candidates.
Donald Rumsfeld makes a surprising statement about democracy in Iraq, and Jeff Ross, Lola Ogunnaike and Ricky Velez join Larry to discuss a prison break in upstate New York.
Susie Essman takes aim at the FDA-approved "female Viagra" pill, and Kerry Coddett, Roshini Raj and Earthquake chat with Larry about libido drugs and unusual last names.
Presidential hopeful Lincoln Chafee eats soul food with Larry, and Mike Yard, Gina Yashere and Vince Staples debate whether an unmarried candidate could become president.
Robin Thede, Natasha Leggero and Killer Mike join Larry to discuss allegations that former NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal deceived people into thinking that she was black.
Lewis Black, Ricky Velez and June Sarpong join Larry to discuss a controversial marijuana ruling in Colorado and Donald Trump's 2016 presidential candidacy.
Haiti's humanitarian crisis worsens, and Larry discusses the media's muted coverage of women's sports with Holly Walker, Ali Wentworth, Jamil Smith and Boris Kodjoe.
Larry discusses a racially motivated mass shooting in Charleston, S.C., with Joaquin Castro, Christina Greer, Joshua DuBois and Mike Yard.
Larry makes the case for removing the Confederate flag in South Carolina and discusses President Obama's use of a racial slur with Jordan Carlos, Riki Lindhome and Gayle King.
Wealthy Californians refuse to conserve water, and Naomi Ekperigin, Joe Morton and Rory Albanese join Larry to discuss the lingering popularity of the Confederate flag.
Bill O'Reilly rails against talk of racism, and Bonnie McFarlane, David Alan Grier and Talib Kweli join Larry to discuss the history of the Confederate flag.
The Supreme Court rules in favor of the Affordable Care Act, and Reza Aslan, Horatio Sanz and Mike Yard react to Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's courtroom apology.
Guy Branum, Janet Mock and Jordan Carlos join Larry to discuss the Supreme Court's landmark decision to legalize same-sex marriage throughout the U.S.
Ricky Velez checks in on a childhood bully, and Larry discusses Governor Chris Christie's 2016 presidential candidacy with Chris Distefano, Boy George and Alyona Minkovski.
Mike Yard reacts to a wave of black church burnings, and Jim Gaffigan, Kerry Coddett and Cenk Uygur join Larry to discuss the progressive views of Pope Francis.
Bree Newsome recounts her mission to remove the Confederate flag in South Carolina, and Mike Yard, Holly Walker, Rory Albanese and Ricky Velez reach into Larry's Bag o' Grab.
Donald Trump calls out Sen. John McCain for being captured in Vietnam, and Larry examines the public's perception of Bill Cosby with Mike Yard, Kerry Coddett and Sunny Hostin.
Virulent racists rally around the Confederate flag in South Carolina, and Larry examines the Ashley Madison adultery website with Judd Apatow, 50 Cent and Rachel Feinstein.
Mike Yard likens Donald Trump to a 90s rapper, and Uzo Aduba, Gary Owen and Lavell Crawford chat with Larry about the GOP's efforts to win over black voters.
Mike Yard learns about Manhattan's former slave trade, and Larry discusses the controversial arrest of Sandra Bland with Jordan Carlos, Mark DeMayo and Christina Greer.
Lavell Crawford copes with New York City's summer heat, and Larry debates the effects of political correctness on comedy with Gina Yashere, Colin Quinn and Sally Kohn.
Jon Stewart describes his rapport with President Obama, and Larry discusses the Lafayette, La., movie theater shooting with Brina Milikowsky, Penn Jillette and Ricky Velez.
Mike Yard and Holly Walker react to the killing of a famous African lion, and Larry discusses big-game hunting with Rory Albanese, Baratunde Thurston and Bobcat Goldthwait.
A University of Cincinnati cop guns down an unarmed black man, and Larry discusses Southern plantation weddings with Ed Helms, Robin Thede and Big K.R.I.T.
The Boy Scouts of America lifts its ban on gay troop leaders, and Larry discusses the odds of a Joe Biden presidency with Deon Cole, Julie Klausner and Rory Albanese.
The Senate blocks a vote to defund Planned Parenthood, New York bans realistic-looking toy guns, and Jessica St. Clair, Lennon Parham and Mike Yard debate bitchy resting face.
Donald Trump's craziness reigns supreme in the GOP, and Larry discusses a battle over American history curriculum with Jerrod Carmichael, Craig Robinson and Ricky Velez.
Race barely gets mentioned during the GOP presidential debate, and Larry discusses Donald Trump's continued popularity with Yamaneika Saunders, Chris Gethard and Mike Yard.
Gun violence breaks out at a protest in Ferguson, Mo., and Larry examines Netflix's paid parental leave policy with Carey Reilly, Regina Hall and Jordan Carlos.
Bernie Sanders surges in the presidential polls, and Larry discusses Target's removal of gender labels from toy sections with Andrea Savage, Alonzo Bodden and Rory Albanese.
Jeb Bush misremembers the cause of Iraq's instability, and Ophira Eisenberg, Michael Rapaport and Mike Yard join Larry to discuss Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Donald Trump gives helicopter rides to kids at the Iowa State Fair, and Larry discusses hellish work conditions at Amazon with Paul Scheer, Robin Thede and Mike Yard.
Black Lives Matter activists Daunasia Yancey and Julius Jones visit The Nightly Show, and Larry discusses the movement's endgame with Lil Duval, Christina Greer and Mike Yard.
Donald Trump proposes an end to birthright citizenship in America, and Larry debates the value of participation trophies with Lil Rel Howery, Calise Hawkins and Brett Gelman.
Deez Nuts shakes up the 2016 presidential race, and Chris D'Elia, Hadiyah Robinson, Rory Albanese and Mike Yard dig into Larry's Bag o' Grabs.
An email scandal overshadows Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, and Larry discusses Kim Davis's fight against gay marriage with Kerry Coddett, Mike Yard and Matteo Lane.
Larry chats with "Welcome to Mars" author Buzz Aldrin and discusses America's response to the Syrian refugee crisis with Jordan Carlos, Natasha Rothwell and Billy Gardell.
Dick Cheney accuses President Obama of capitulating to Iran, and Larry examines the NFL's many scandals with Tony Richardson, Mike Yard and Rory Albanese.
A militia group vows to protect Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, and Larry examines Donald Trump's effect on political discourse with Mike Yard, Brooke Van Poppelen and Mac Miller.
Fox News blames violence against police on the Black Lives Matter movement, and Larry talks religion with Salman Rushdie, Chloe Hilliard and Jordan Carlos.
Ben Carson rivals Donald Trump in GOP presidential polls, and Larry examines the arrest of Muslim high school student Ahmed Mohamed with Ice-T, Calise Hawkins and Ricky Velez.
Larry reviews the second Republican presidential debate with panelists Tom Papa, Joy-Ann Reid and Rory Albanese.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders makes the case for democratic socialism, and Larry discusses cultural appropriation with Cipha Sounds, The Game and Robin Thede.
A rat hauls a slice of pizza through the New York City subway, and Larry discusses women in combat with Elana Duffy, Egypt Sherrod, Sal Vulcano and Benari Poulten.
Teen inventor Ahmed Mohamed pays a visit to The Nightly Show, and Larry examines the mass appeal of Pope Francis with Derek Waters, Naomi Klein and Mike Yard.
Ricky Velez interviews New Yorkers about Pope Francis, and Larry discusses disastrous selfies with Kerry Coddett, Will Forte and Andrew Rannells.