The show with hot questions and even hotter wings. Watch Sean interview celebrities such as T.J. Miller, Tommy Chong, and DJ Khaled as they burn their tastebuds.
J Balvin is the prince of reggaeton and the king of streaming worldwide, as well as a 5x Latin Grammy Award winner. His latest album, Colores, is out now—the newest singles are "Ma 'G'" and "Tu Vuh-Nay-No," and as is always the case with J Balvin, there's more new music on the way. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the global icon eats the spiciest meal of his life with Sean Evans and discusses everything from late nights in Paris with Michael Jordan, to how he almost ended up with the stage name "Scotch Bonnet."
Jeffrey Dean Morgan has played many unforgettable roles on film and TV, perhaps most notably as Negan on The Walking Dead—get ready for a big character reveal on April 4th! You can also catch him in The Unholy, a horror movie set to release in theaters and streaming on April 2nd. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as one of TV’s greatest villains takes on the wings of death and discusses visiting Stonehenge with Norman Reedus, riding Harleys, and the gig that almost made him quit acting.
Hot Ones fans have spoken, and we heard your voices loud and clear: Get Brett Baker on the show! Finally, he's here—the man, the myth, the Nebraska legend. You know him from his weekly Hot Ones Power Rankings on Twitter, as well as the time he was serenaded to the tune of Blair's Mega Death Sauce with Liquid Rage by Russell Brand. Now, he's turning the tables on Sean Evans, taking over the hosting seat and making SEAN answer some hot questions for once.
Anthony Mackie is a Hollywood power player you know from The Hurt Locker, Captain America, Million Dollar Baby, and many more. His latest film, Outside the Wire, is currently trending on Netflix. And he also stars in one of the year's most anticipated new shows, The Falcon & The Winter Soldier, which is set to release on Disney+ March 19th. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as Mackie takes on the wings of death and drops knowledge about authentic New Orleans food, the rap bonafides of William Shakespeare, and why "Best Supporting Actor" is the most coveted Academy Award.
Rap legend and Drink Champs host N.O.R.E. lives up to his reputation as "your favorite drunk uncle" in this extra wild episode of Hot Ones. As if the violently hot wings weren't enough, N.O.R.E. challenges Sean to go shot-for-shot with Tiger Bone while attempting, with intermittent success, to discuss his storied career. Things fly off the rails in the best way possible--strap on your seat belts for this one, folks.
Gabriel Iglesias is BACK for a very special Hot Ones Reunion. He’s a stand-up comedian coming off a historic sold-out performance at Dodgers Stadium earlier this year; his own sitcom, Mr. Iglesias, is streaming on Netflix, and if we’re lucky, there will be more specials on the way soon. But how will he do in Round 2 against the wings of death? Find out as Fluffy breaks down his car collection, explains why The Rock would make a great comedian, and taste tests the brand-new Pringles Scorchin’ x Hot Ones collab—available now at a store near you!
Paul Rudd is an actor, writer, and producer who has been in some of the most beloved films and TV shows of the last 25 years, from Judd Apatow comedies to the Marvel Universe. You can catch him on the new Netflix comedy, Living With Yourself, which is set to release on October 18th. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as one of the nicest dudes in Hollywood takes on some of the least nice hot sauces on the planet. Along the way, Rudd breaks down the alternate Anchorman script that never was, shares his love for David Letterman, and improvises a tearful scene inspired by the wings of death.
Rapper, comedian, impressionist, actor—Jay Pharoah is one of the most multitalented entertainers working today. Turns out he's also a beast when it comes to hot sauce (by his own account, he used to drink it by the bottle). Watch the SNL alum take on some of the spiciest wings on the planet while discussing Drake's after-parties, Kevin Hart's abs, and the Michelle Obama's rhymes.
Gordon Ramsay is one of the world's most decorated and successful chefs, with an empire that includes more than a dozen restaurants, countless best-selling cookbooks, and seven hit TV shows, including Master Chef Jr., which returns to Fox this February. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the MOST-REQUESTED GUEST in Hot Ones history finally sits face-to-face with Sean Evans. Despite his misgivings about the culinary quality of the wings of death, Gordon throws himself into the challenge full force. Along the way, he discusses his chef influences, explains how to make the perfect scrambled eggs, and tries to find an antidote to spicy food.Watch Now:Amazon
Binging with Babish (also known as Andrew Rea) is best known for his extremely popular cooking channel, where he whips up iconic dishes inspired by television and film. He also has a new cookbook on the way called "Binging With Babish: 100 Recipes Recreated from Your Favorite TV Shows and Movies" (October 22), with a foreword from Jon Favreau—and a blurb by Sean Evans! But how is he with spicy food? Find out in this much-anticipated meeting of two bald YouTube juggernauts. In addition to special cameos from the likes of Rhett (Good Mythical Morning), Marques Brownlee (MKBHD), and Brad Leone (Bon Appetit), this episode is full of firsts—the first guest to make his own wings, the first guest to eat candle wax, and the first guest to get a tattoo on the show!
Tracee Ellis Ross is a Golden Globe Award–winning actress and queen of the sitcom. Her 20 year-plus career includes everything from hit TV shows and films, to a People’s Choice Fashion Icon award. She also stars in Black-ish, currently in its ninth and farewell season, Tuesday nights on ABC. But how is she with spicy food? Find out as Tracee takes on the wings of death and discusses nights out with Naomi Campbell, the joys of mini bagels, and much more.
Dave Grohl is one of the most requested Hot Ones guests of all time. He's also a 16-time Grammy Award–winning artist whose storied career in music has been immortalized in the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame on two separate occasions. He has a recently released New York Times best-selling book as well, The Storyteller - Tales Of Life And Music, and—get this!—a comedy horror movie starring the Foo Fighters is on the way: Studio 666, which is set to release in theaters on February 25th. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the rock legend takes on the wings of death and discusses the best drummers of all time, the art of the cover song, and why doing Hot Ones has been on his bucket list.
Comedian Bert Kreischer has lived many lives, all of which involve partying and being awesome. His legendary college antics inspired the movie Van Wilder, and his standup is anchored by some of the most outrageous anecdotes you've ever heard. Watch him achieve #PeakBert as he appears on Hot Ones, a show he's been riding for since day one. Shout out to Bert, the O.G. celeb Hot Ones fan!
Ed Sheeran is a four-time Grammy Award–winning singer-songwriter, who has sold more concert tickets and albums than just about any other musician in history. His latest single, "Bad Habits," is out now, and there's a new album on the way. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as Teddy takes on the wings of death and chats about everything from salvaging Eric Clapton's guitar from a fire, to collaborating with Eminem and 50 Cent, to the time he brought Courteney Cox to Tesco. Plus, a very special surprise from Benny Blanco!
Josh Brolin is an Academy Award–nominated actor with storied credits that include No Country For Old Men, Sicario, Deadpool, The Avengers, and many more. His latest project is the Western-set mystery thriller Outer Range, which is set to release on Prime Video April 15th. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as Brolin takes on the wings of death and discusses working with the Coen Brothers, growing up on punk rock, and his favorite TV shows of all time. Don't miss this high-octane Season 17 finale!
Kevin Bacon is a Golden Globe Award–winning actor with countless classics over the course of more than 40 years in show business, including A Few Good Men, Footloose, Mystic River, and many more. These days, you can catch him starring in the acclaimed crime-drama City on a Hill, which begins its third season on Showtime Sunday, July 31st. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the Hollywood icon spins yarns from his storied career about everything from Studio 54, to training for Apollo 13, to his favorite film soundtracks.
Shia LaBeouf finally takes on the wings of death for the Hot Ones Season 10 premiere! He's an actor, performance artist, and style icon, and he's got a pair of brand new films this fall: the much buzzed-about Peanut Butter Falcon, out now, and his semi-autobiographical story, Honey Boy, coming to theaters on November 8th. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the "half-Cajun, half-Jewish" star battles the brand-new Hot Ones lineup and discusses everything from wrestling with Tom Hardy, to giving Kanye West his Indiana Jones hat. Welcome back, spice lords—Season 10 is finally here!
Pete Davidson is an actor and comedian you probably know best from Saturday Night Live. He also has a new comedy special on Netflix, "Alive From New York," available right now. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the Staten Island comic takes on the wings of death with host Sean Evans. Along the way, Davidson offers behind-the-scenes SNL stories, talks about walking in an Alexander Wang fashion show, and gives a ringing endorsement for "Uncut Gems" and Adam Sandler's basketball skills.
Post Malone makes his triumphant return for the Season 18 Hot Ones premiere! Posty cemented his place in Hot Ones history when he first sat down with Sean Evans five years ago, so you already know how he is with spicy food. But now he's back, having smashed Billboard and streaming records as one of the highest-selling musicians of the last decade. And his long-awaited album, Twelve Carat Toothache, is coming soon. Watch as two brothers in spice reunite over a brand-new hot sauce lineup and discuss everything from ghosts, to Magic the Gathering, to the state of the music industry.
Terry Crews has more strength in one bicep than most humans have in their entire being. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star enters the Hot Ones terrordome and goes beastmode on the wings of death. As he tackles sauce after sauce with Sean Evans, Crews opens up about everything from his relationship with his father, to his difficult experience in the NFL.Watch Now:Amazon
"Henry Rollins is a punk-rock icon, a TV host, a spoken-word artist, a TV host, a radio personality, and an LA Weekly columnist. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the high-octane raconteur takes on the wings of death with Sean Evans, digging into a slew of topics along the way—from the opening for Ozzy Osbourne, to the punk rock-ness of Bernie Sanders. Enjoy, Hot Ones fans—this one's an instant classic!"Watch Now:Amazon
Rap phenom Logic spreads peace, love, and positivity wherever he goes. But how is he with hot food? Find out as the hyper-talented emcee battles through the wings of death, discussing his relationship with Neil deGrasse Tyson and challenging Vince Staples to a Playstation showdown along the way. Don't miss the fireworks at the end—in the words of Sean Evans, "Probably the most challenging wing 10 we've ever had."Watch Now:Amazon