How Late Night TV Hosts Handled 1st Shows After WGA Strike
Late-night TV hosts are making a comeback after pausing production due to the writers' strike. In Stephen Colbert's first show after the writers' strike, he took aim at former President Donald Trump and the indictments is facing. Jimmy Kimmel kicked off his show with therapy. Jimmy Fallon took aim at Congresswoman Lauren Boebert's alleged “Beetlejuice” disturbance during his first show after the writers' strike. He also addressed the allegations about the toxic working conditions on "The Tonight Show."