The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore is an American late-night panel talk show hosted by Larry Wilmore. The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore is a spin-off of The Daily Show, which featured Wilmore as a recurring contributor billed as the "Senior Black Correspondent". It premiered on January 19, 2015 on Comedy Central, and airs Mondays through Thursdays at 11:30 PM (EST) following The Daily Show. It serves as a replacement for The Colbert Report, which aired in the same time-slot from October 2005 until December 2014. The show has been described as a combination of The Daily Show and Politically Incorrect. Each episode begins with Wilmore's scripted take on the news followed by a panel discussion with his guests.
Larry discusses the 2015 State of the Union address as well as the image and legacy of President Obama with panelists Jon Lovett, David Remnick, Amy Holmes, and Godfrey.
Police officers gripe about being filmed by the public, and Larry discusses Jennifer Lawrence's essay on the gender pay gap with Grace Parra, Raul De Molina and Holly Walker.
A toy pirate ship comes with a slave figurine, and Larry chats about the popularity of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders with Jesse Ventura, Seaton Smith and Kathleen Madigan.
Larry discusses the changing state of U.S.-Cuba relations with panelists John Leguizamo, Soledad O'Brien, Mauricio Claver-Carone and Mike Yard.
Larry discusses the backlash over the Oscar nominations' lack of diversity and the success of recent protests with Cory Booker, Talib Kweli, Bill Burr, and Shenaz Treasury.
Larry discusses the Koch brothers and the flood of private money in political campaigns with panelists Zephyr Teachout, David Webb, Hari Kondabolu and Ted Alexandro.
An email scandal overshadows Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, and Larry discusses Kim Davis's fight against gay marriage with Kerry Coddett, Mike Yard and Matteo Lane.
Ted Cruz drops out of the presidential race, and Larry discusses Donald Trump's status as the GOP's presumptive nominee with Meghan Markle, Ricky Velez and Franchesca Ramsey.
Conspiracy theorists sound off about the death of Antonin Scalia, and Larry discusses America's Hispanic voters with Jose Antonio Vargas, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra.
Ice Cube and Common weigh in on racial strife in the U.S., and Larry discusses Bono's call for comedians to battle ISIS with Bassem Youssef, Ricky Velez and Jordan Carlos.
George Mason University accidentally rebrands its law school as ASSOL, and Larry checks in on the presidential primaries with Wendell Pierce, Mike Yard and Franchesca Ramsey.
China makes it illegal to seductively eat bananas online, and Larry discusses a controversial pre-graduation photo at West Point with Lecrae, Ricky Velez and Holly Walker.
Dick Cheney accuses President Obama of capitulating to Iran, and Larry examines the NFL's many scandals with Tony Richardson, Mike Yard and Rory Albanese.
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha describes her efforts to curb the Michigan water crisis, and Larry ponders an all-woman presidential ticket with Grace Helbig, Mike Yard and Grace Parra.
Bernie Sanders refuses to drop out of the presidential race, and Larry discusses George Zimmerman's gun auction with Audra McDonald, Jordan Carlos and Robin Thede.
Roni Dean-Burren describes her fight against racist textbooks, and Jordan Carlos, Bobcat Goldthwait and Shannon DeVido discuss Rupert Murdoch's endorsement of Ben Carson.
North Korea detains an American college student, and Larry discusses the health risks of playing football with Malcolm Gladwell, Mike Yard and Rory Albanese.
Larry takes an unflinching look at the sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby with panelists Jamilah Lemieux, Kathleen Madigan, Baratunde Thurston and Keith Robinson.
Ted Cruz picks a running mate despite his dismal primary results, and Larry discusses Beyonce's visual album "Lemonade" with Chris Jackson, Ricky Velez and Franchesca Ramsey.
Rory Albanese, Mike Yard and Holly Walker debate a lingerie ad, and Charlamagne Tha God, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra discuss Donald Trump's and Hillary Clinton's likability.
President Obama drinks the water in Flint, MI, and Larry discusses the state of American baseball with Ken Burns, Mike Yard and Holly Walker.
Larry revisits his interview with presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, and Rory Albanese, Mike Yard and Ashleigh Banfield weigh in on a mass shooting at an Oregon college.
Nancy Pelosi joins Larry for an enlightening ice cream social, and Mike Yard, James Davis and Jeezy debate Barack Obama's legacy as America's first black president.
Donald Trump's campaign accuses Ted Cruz of "Gestapo tactics," and Larry examines Hillary Clinton's "C.P. time" skit with Quinta Brunson, Franchesca Ramsey and Rory Albanese.
Congress investigates the underreporting of sex abuse in the military, and Larry examines Facebook's alleged liberal bias with Angie Martinez, Rory Albanese and Grace Parra.