Anthony Bourdain took a look back at his past heroin addiction when he visited New York's Lower East Side in the final "Parts Unknown."
Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel joined other in saying White House press secretary Sarah Sanders should be fired for promoting an altered video to defend revoking the press credentials of CNN's Jim Acosta.
The White House falsely accused CNN's chief correspondent there of putting his hands on an intern who tried to take his microphone at a press conference.
Sacha Baron Cohen brought back Borat on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" to rub elbows with L.A. Trump supporters and even tried his own brand of voter suppression.
On the first night in her new house, Bristol Palin discovered that the man who'd been stalking her for 10 years broke into her ex-husbands house.
Samantha Bee called out Steve King after the congressman said members of an Austrian group with Nazi ties would be Republicans if they lived in the U.S.
In response to Trump's Monday morning tweet calling him a thief, Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum said he wouldn't let Trump and opponent Ron DeSantis drag him "into the gutter."
A former adviser to George W. Bush said Trump's divisive campaign and presidency make it impossible for him to unite the nation at a time like this.
On "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," Kobe Bryant discussed taking tap lessons after spraining his ankle in the NBA Finals with a class of 6- and 7-year-olds.
Roman Reigns fought back tears as he revealed to the crowd that he's got leukemia and would be relinquishing his championship belt to focus on his family and his health.
The children of a 9/11 firefighter who recently died from cancer related to his work at Ground Zero made his dream come true on an emotional "Shark Tank."
Julia Louis-Dreyfus wasn't looking for sympathy when she decided to share her battle with breast cancer, she did it for those who depend on her.
After a few years off, John Krasinski revived his and Jimmy Kimmel's prank war in epic fashion while Kimmel is taping in Brooklyn, New York.
The Texas dance teacher who wrote the pointed song "A Scary Time" in response to the president's statement gave a powerful performance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
“South Park” had to send Mr. Hankey to the racist and bigoted place he belongs, which turned out to be “The Simpsons” — and they even trolled Roseanne Barr along the way.
Curmudgeon Noah (David Schwimmer) and Grace (Debra Messing) were off to a rocky start on "Will & Grace," but we'll eventually get to enjoy them as a couple.