'Glass' star Sarah Paulson isn't part of the 80 million households that have streamed 'Bird Box.' Even though she's in it.
The cat's out of the bag! The new 'Spider-Man' trailer revealed the look of 'Sea Wall / A Life' star Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio.
'Star Trek: Discovery' star Sonequa Martin-Green weighs in on one of the key controversies surrounding her show.
'The Truths We Hold: An American Journey' author and Senator Kamala Harris makes a guarantee about Trump's border wall.
'Future Man' star Josh Hutcherson and his 'Hunger Games' co-stars had to give more than their IDs to get into Fetish Night at the Kit Kat Club.
'Stan & Ollie' star John C. Reilly details how legends of John Malkovich's method acting influence the farts in 'Stepbrothers.'
If there's anything to be learned from 'If Beale Street Could Talk' star KiKi Layne's success story, it's to never ignore phone calls from strange numbers.
'Mary Poppins Returns' star Emily Blunt gives Stephen an uncomplimentary compliment about the way he runs.
'Bird Box' star Sandra Bullock goes under oath for the Late Show's first installation of 'Bullock or Bollocks?'
'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' star Tony Shalhoub unraveled on a vacation to Paris when his daughters, 11 and 6, weren't appreciative of the city's sophistication.
'An Unlikely Journey' author Secretary Julián Castro won't say if he's running for president in 2020. But his twin brother Rep. Joaquin Castro has a prediction.
Whoopi Goldberg stops by The Late Show with some of her Whoopi's Holiday Sweaters and a suggestion for a host of the Academy Awards.
'Where We Go From Here' author Senator Bernie Sanders looks at who has the best chance to beat Trump in 2020, and hints at who he would pick for his VP should he run for President.
'To Kill a Mockingbird' was never on Jeff Daniels' school curriculum. Now he's playing Atticus Finch in Aaron Sorkin's Broadway adaptation.
'Ben is Back' star Julia Roberts and her friends get together for a recurring Mahjong night, a game that she sees a metaphor for life.
'Becoming' author and former First Lady Michelle Obama's conversation with Stephen was too long for TV. When she goes long, we go 'Enjoy, Internet!'
Garth Brooks went from aspiring professional athlete to country music megastar. His new special 'Garth: Live at Notre Dame' will air Sunday at 8:00pm on CBS.
'The Cool Kids' star David Alan Grier nearly broke the internet with a post about cooking collard greens, a food the actor says "get outta you faster than they get in you."
Jon Stewart takes over the Late Show desk for a flipped interview with Stephen Colbert about their old days at the Daily Show and Colbert Report.
'Fire and Blood' author George R. R. Martin shares his writing inspirations, which range from Tolkien to his childhood pet turtles.
'Them' author and Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse cities the Constitution in his explanation for why he thinks President Trump could have made a better pick for acting attorney general than Matt Whitaker.
'Where Did You Get This Number?' author Anthony Salvanto helps Stephen take stock of the outcome of the 2018 Midterm elections.
Timothée Chalamet worked with Steve Carell in 'Beautiful Boy,' and just recently discovered the online treasure chest that is Steve and Stephen's old comedy sketches.
Colin Kaepernick and LeBron James are the latest examples of athletes who speak out on social justice, but 'Shut Up And Dribble' narrator Jemele Hill argues that race and politics have always intersected with sports.
'CBS This Morning' co-host Bianna Golodryga explains why First Amendment rights are so meaningful to someone born in the Soviet Union.
'Let's Go (So We Can Get Back)' author Jeff Tweedy remembers recording Bruce Springsteen albums and them playing them for elementary school friends as if it were his own music.
Alexander Skarsgård points to his Swedish roots as the reason he has gone to lengths not to display his Emmy.
'Bold and Brave' author and New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand weighs in on the constitutionality of the President's appointment of Matthew Whitaker, the new Acting Attorney General now overseeing Mueller's investigation.
CBS News chief White House correspondent and 'Mr. Trump's Wild Ride' author Major Garrett talks Jeff Sessions' exit and the man replacing him, whose views of Robert Mueller appear to align with the President's.
'Patriot Act' star Hasan Minhaj draws inspiration from 'Harry Potter' when deciding whether or not to say the President's name out loud.
'Fox News Sunday' host Chris Wallace doesn't think there was an 'October surprise; ahead of the midterms. He thinks there were two.
'Amanpour & Company' host Christiane Amanpour says journalists are walking a fine line between defending themselves against Trump and taking the bait that he throws them.
When scenes that involved flying in 'Hocus Pocus' were done being shot, 'Here and Now' star Sarah Jessica Parker wasn't quite ready to get out of harness.
Broadway's 'American Son' star Kerry Washington repurposes her frustrations with the current political climate into optimism for November 6th.
The rising young actress, star of 'Private Life' on Netflix, tells Stephen the story of losing a pig wrestling contest and how she suspects her parents conspired against her, costing her the prize pet pig.
'CBS This Morning' host Gayle King reacts to the controversy swirling around Megyn Kelly's comments on blackface.
'Johnny English Strikes Again' star Rowan Atkinson gives Stephen a taste of the old bit he used to do that got seven minutes of laughter without using a single word.
'Breakfast Club' host and 'Shook One' author Charlamagne tha God cancelled a public event with Kanye West, but probably not for the reason you'd think.
'I Love You, America' host Sarah Silverman says her love for America, like all love, can be a struggle at times.
'Morning Joe' hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski describe the reported death of WaPo journalist Jamal Khashoggi as 'crossing a line that has never been crossed before.'
'This Will Only Hurt a Little' author Busy Phillips is joining the league of late-night hosts with her new show 'Busy Tonight.'
'Gmorning, Gnight!' author Lin-Manuel Miranda has noticed that particular parts of his hit Broadway show, 'Hamilton,' get laughs in London where they don't in the United States.
'Can You Ever Forgive Me?' star Melissa McCarthy says Octavia Spencer is an incredibly lovely person... until game night rolls around.
'My Squirrel Days' author Ellie Kemper likes dogs. It's just hard to tell from the way she holds them.
Stephen’s wide-ranging conversation with ‘A Star Is Born’ star Lady Gaga was too long for air, but not too long for YouTube!
Jodie Whittaker had to discreetly speak about her lead role in 'Dr. Who' using code words before it had been announced to the public.
'Reversing Roe' executive producer Eva Longoria once told her priest that she didn't have any sins to confess and, being Catholic, she felt incredibly guilty afterwards.
The host of 'The Lead with Jake Tapper' thinks Lindsey Graham's recent transformation is classic and predictable Washington politics.
Knowing that her response could set off a war, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern answers whether the UN General Assembly was laughing *with* or *at* Donald Trump.
'Murphy Brown' star Candice Bergen remembers going on a date with Donald Trump before he was 'Donald Trump.'
'American Like Me' author America Ferrera traveled to Washington to protest family separation four weeks after giving birth to her baby... because woman!
'Maniac' star Emma Stone sits down with Stephen and Dwayne 'The Dog' Johnson to discuss her new position in elf-specific popular culture.
While her favorite celebrity experience involves Beyoncé and Blu, the star of 'A Simple Favor' tells Colbert she was pretty excited to meet and get a laugh out of then-President Obama.
Stephen enjoys a lovely conversation with actor and director Judy Greer, whose new film 'A Happening of Monumental Proportions' opens next week.
The man running against Ted Cruz to represent Texas in the U.S. Senate says we should be focused on smart security solutions and citizenship for DREAMers, not Donald Trump's proposed border wall.