Each week Bill Maher surrounds himself with a panel of guests which include politicians, actors, comedians, musicians and the like to discuss what's going on in the world.
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Bill opens this week's show by interviewing actor and director B.J. Novak about his new film, Vengeance. On the panel, he is joined by CNN political and economic commentator Catherine Rampell and conservative political commentator Noah Rothman.
The episode was rated 7.04 from 82 votes.
This week, Bill interviews Brooke Jenkins, a former San Francisco Assistant District Attorney. For the panel discussion, he is joined by John Avlon, a senior Political Analyst and anchor for CNN, and Katrina vanden Heuvel, a columnist for The Washington Post.
The episode was rated 7.06 from 83 votes.
Guests: Journalist Charles M. Blow, comedian Fred Armisen, author Glenn Greenwald, political scientist Wendy Schiller, political commentator Andrew Sullivan Topics: Hate crimes, Trayvon Martin murder and racism in America, 'stand your ground' law, stupidest states, assassination of American citizens, Jason Russell meltdown, catholicism in America, Romney's inevitability and the need to curb fake outrage.
The episode was rated 7.07 from 14 votes.
This week, Bill interviews Rep. Ro Khanna, the U.S. Congressman representing California's 17th district. On the panel, he is joined by British author Johann Hari and Katherine Mangu-Ward, the Editor-in-Chief of Reason Magazine.
The episode was rated 7.10 from 82 votes.
The Real Time panel returns this week and joining Bill are: chef Tom Colicchio, journalist Soledad O'Brien, political scientist Ian Bremmer, and comedian Jay Leno.
The episode was rated 7.12 from 82 votes.
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.
The episode was rated 7.16 from 87 votes.
This week, Bill interviews Radley Balko, an opinion journalist for The Washington Post, and Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian, a cardiologist and public health expert. Joining him for the panel discussion are writer Larry Wilmore and Matt Welch, Editor-at-Large of Reason Magazine.
The episode was rated 7.17 from 82 votes.
Kicking off the new season, Bill interviews Yale University history professor Timothy Snyder about the repercussions of The Big Lie and the January 6th insurrection. For the panel discussion he is joined by Democratic Congressman representing New York's 15th district, Ritchie Torres, and writer Bari Weiss.
The episode was rated 7.17 from 99 votes.
Bill opens this week's episode interviewing award-winning actor David Duchovny about his new book. For the panel, he is joined by author Matt Taibbi and Democratic political strategist Lis Smith.
The episode was rated 7.17 from 75 votes.
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.
The episode was rated 7.18 from 74 votes.
Last updated: feb 12, 2023
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