Oliver did not mince words as he slammed AT&T for helping OAN to grow "into the toxic network it is today."
With the bipartisan infrastructure bill on shaky ground as well due to the issues surrounding the Build Back Better Act, Oliver is demanding more from those who are standing in the way.
“We are a big part of why those people are refugees. Helping them now isn’t charity, it’s doing the bare minimum.”
“We are only fighting about masks in schools because there are a bunch of foolish adults that have decided not to get the vaccine,” stated Oliver.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver scooped its fifth consecutive Emmy Award in the Variety category Sunday, with the Brit comedian saying the hard work of staff on all late night shows made them possible during the pandemic. Clad in a Liverpool FC hoodie, Oliver beat The Daily Show With Trevor Noah, Full Frontal With […]
"Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver reveals the surprising gift he received from Wendy Williams.
On Sunday’s "Last Week Tonight," host John Oliver covered Brett Kavanaugh's opening statement, from "positively Trumpian" hysterics to Christmas tears.
John Oliver doubled down on his recent jokes about Chinese President Xi Jinping, which resulted in HBO's website being banned in China.
On "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver got in plenty of shots at the NRA's online streaming site, NRATV, which has programming targeting women and discouraging marijuana use.
While Oliver was cautious about celebrating the dismissal, Mr Nutter Butter was more than happy to rub the news in the face of Robert Murray.
On "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver discussed the opioid crisis, saying Trump's plan to use an advertising campaign to help addicts isn't really a plan at all.
HBO has picked up John Oliver’s late-night Sunday show for three more seasons, keeping it on the network through 2020. Thirty episodes will be produced each season. <em>Last Week Tonight With John Oliver </em>debuted in 2014 and now is in its fourth season. This year it was nommed for eight Primetime Emmys, including Outsanding Variety Talk Series, and already had won two: Best Picture Editing and Best Interactive Program. Last year it won three Emmys including Best Variety Talk…
On "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver," the host addressed the recent tragic events in Charlottesville, Va., and President Trump's response.
John Oliver made a hilarious movie trailer starring a wax figure of U.S. President Warren G. Harding and several Academy Award nominees.
John Oliver was told to "cease and desist" by Murray Energy after Oliver reached out to research the Trump-loving CEO, Robert E. Murray.
On Last Week Tonight, John Oliver had some choice words for the media’s coverage of Saturday night’s tragic attacks in London, in which seven people were killed and many more injured. The media repeatedly said that the U.K. was “under siege” or that it was “reeling” from the attacks, but Oliver contended, “To say it’s under siege and its people are reeling is to imply that it’s weak enough to be brought to its knees by three monumental a**holes.”
After another week of insane White House scandals and Donald Trump oddities, John Oliver on "Last Week Tonight" was trying to make sense of what he called "stupid Watergate."
John Oliver questions how much positive influence Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have on Donald Trump, for example,Trump's policies on climate change.