Legendary drummer Sheila E. opens up about the untimely death of her close friend and music partner Prince, discussing special moments she shared with the icon and whether or not we will hear Prince's unreleased music in the near future. Plus, Sheila shares her opinion on the state of the music business and dishes on her most notable collaborations, from Ringo Starr to Beyoncé.
New York Times-bestselling author and explorer of life's mysteries Malcolm Gladwell unpacks Donald Trump's seemingly impossible achievement, the swift acceptance of gay marriage in the United States, and why he does his best writing "at a certain distance." Plus, the social science journalist on his new podcast, 'Revisionist History.'
It's a meeting of the minds. Eric Andre, who set out to be the world's worst talk show host, meets his match in one of the planet's greatest broadcasters in an interview that goes down as the strangest in 'Larry King Now' history.
It's Dolly! The legendary entertainer welcomes Larry King to her Nashville studio to discuss her new album, her enduring career, and her longtime support for the LGBTQ community. Plus, Dolly on reuniting with her '9 to 5' co-stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, and the possibility of Hillary Clinton becoming the first female president of the United States.
Actor, director, and all-around great guy John Krasinski joins Larry for an intimate conversation about his family, working to earn the fame 'The Office' gave him, and the sage advice he's received from George Clooney. Plus, John on his upcoming role as Jack Ryan and his new film, 'The Hollars.'
Natasha Lyonne and Larry King become insta-besties as they discuss Natasha's feelings about sex scenes, her desire to be a '70s male actor, and Larry's refusal to get a smartphone in this candid, comical interview.
Music wunderkind Shawn Mendes dishes on a variety of topics during his visit to 'Larry King Now,' including the process behind constructing his new album 'Illuminate,' and what fans can expect from a forthcoming world tour. Plus, Shawn opens up about handling global fame at such a young age, what it was like working alongside Taylor Swift, and his next big career move.
Scott Borchetta - whose record label, Big Machine, names Steven Tyler, Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift among its artists - discusses discovering talent, where the music industry is headed, and how he persuaded a young T. Swift to sign with him over a major record label.
The delightfully hilarious Kristen Schaal opens up to Larry about the roots of her comedic genius and the keys to making it in the often fickle industry that is Hollywood. She also previews the forthcoming season of her hit sitcom 'The Last Man on Earth,' reminisces about her days working alongside Jon Stewart, and weighs in on the 2016 presidential election.
CFDA-winning fashion designer Zac Posen gives Larry a fashion education, discussing his evolution in the industry, the designer he'd most like to trade places with, and why he says he's the toughest 'Project Runway' judge. Plus, Zac on why we seldom see one-time muse Natalie Portman in his designs anymore.
Grammy-nominated, multiplatinum singer-songwriter Jewel opens up about healing from a tumultuous childhood, the state of the music industry, and her relationship with her 90s hits in this candid interview.
In a rare, in-depth interview, Dan Bilzerian - professional poker player and polarizing social media celebrity - opens up about regret, what he thinks of women, and why he's supporting Donald Trump for president of the United States. Plus, the "King of Instagram" on hiring a prostitute to sleep with a veteran.
The delightfully hilarious Kathryn Hahn talks all things 'Transparent' with Larry, including why the show has become such a mainstream hit, the brilliance of director Jill Soloway and where the series is headed next. Kathryn also looks back at her starring role in the hysterical film 'Bad Moms' and gives her take on the 2016 presidential race.
Prolific and perennial bestselling author James Patterson joins Larry to discuss his writing process, his quest to get more kids to read, and why more of his Alex Cross series weren't turned into movies.
In an interview at once touching and hilarious, Norm Macdonald opens up about writing his memoir, losing it all to gambling, and the chasm between Donald Trump's public and private persona. Plus, is Norm coming out of the closet?
Beloved Canadian twin pop duo Tegan & Sara open up about their evolution as musicians and sisters, why - as they advocate for LGBT rights - they don't want to get married, and their respect for pop artists like Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift.
Stand-up comedian Iliza Shlesinger discusses her new Netflix special, 'Confirmed Kills,' explains why she addresses sexual assault - but not sex - in her act, and breaks down the concept of girl logic for Larry.
Actor Kunal Nayyar joins Larry for a well-rounded chat about the future of his mega-hit sitcom 'The Big Bang Theory,' voicing a role for the animated film 'Trolls,' his plans to break into Bollywood, and some politics!
Comedian, actor, and jazz singer Ana Gasteyer gets real about what she'd do differently if she could relive her time on 'Saturday Night Live,' why Kathy Griffin might be to thank for her time on the show, and the unexpected upside of getting older.
Legendary athlete Diana Nyad shares her inspiring story of swimming from Cuba to Florida without a shark tank in her sixties and the existential crisis that spurred it. Plus, the beloved long-distance swimmer on coming out & the bravery of being yourself.
Nicole Scherzinger talks working with Simon Cowell on 'The X Factor,' and how Disney - criticized for whitewashing cultural storylines - got its depiction of Polynesian culture in 'Moana' right. Plus, the triple threat on how 'Hamilton' changed her life.
Actress Tippi Hedren looks back at her starring roles in the iconic films 'The Birds' & 'Marnie,' and details her rocky relationship with the man who directed both movies, Alfred Hitchcock. Tippi also opens up about her famous daughter Melanie Griffith.
Oscar winner - and self-described rogue - Jeremy Irons reflects on his remarkable career, gets candid about the conditions that led to Brexit and Trump becoming president, and discusses reprising his role as Scar in the remake of 'The Lion King.'