Hang out with one of America's first families of food, The Smolletts, as they braise, bake and grill their way through the week. From putting on the perfect kids' birthday party, to throwing a midnight BBQ for their friends, these six siblings whip up some of their family's favorite recipes while giving us a glimpse into the relationships that make these brothers and sisters so much fun. Baby back ribs, steak banh mi tacos, pork chili verde and an Italian pop-up menu are just some of the mouthwatering dishes that cooking ace Jake Smollett and his brothers and sisters bring to the table on "Smollett Eats". It's a meal you won't want to miss!
Runtime: 30 minutes
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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert is an American late-night talk show hosted by Stephen Colbert, which premiered on September 8, 2015. Produced by Spartina Productions and CBS Television Studios, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert is the second iteration of CBS's Late Show franchise. Stay Human, led by bandleader Jon Batiste, serves as the program's house band, and the announcer is program writer Jen Spyra. The program is taped at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City and airs live to tape in most U.S. markets at 11:35 p.m. Eastern and Pacific, and 10:35 Central.
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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert has garnered mostly positive reviews. The Guardian's Brian Moylan praised the show's humor: “This opener was by no means a perfect show, but there were enough really inventive jokes to make Colbert already seem like an innovator.” Robert Lloyd of Los Angeles Times deemed it a “strong start,” while Variety's Brian Lowry felt it a “mostly terrific” debut, commenting, “Colbert looks like he has the skill set to settle in and make this job his own, night in and night out.” Many critics considered the show's more political segments as reminiscent of The Colbert Report. An early interview with Vice President Joe Biden also received praise: Robert Rorke of the New York Post commented that the review gave Biden “that essential sense of humanity that makes people believe in a candidate.” The show's post-Super Bowl episode in 2016 proved polarizing. “Sunday’s live episode felt mostly like a wasted opportunity – one that probably won’t win many converts among those football fans sober enough to stick around,” said Brian Lowry at Variety. Daniel D'Addario of Time dubbed his performance “stiff and uncomfortable,” writing, “Colbert might have been better advised not to bother trying with football at all and just put forward a program of pure entertainment.” The Late Show has received positive reviews following the inauguration of Donald Trump as president. “Colbert may not be the sarcastic, irony-laden character he once played for Comedy Central, but as Trump has dominated the news every day since taking office, The Late Show has become the home for reasoned, but incisive, discussion, on the perceived overreaches of the White House,” said David Sims of The Atlantic. James Poniewozik of The New York Times commented, “Mr. Colbert’s comedy hasn’t become radically different, but it has been more frank and caustic...The network-TV Mr. Colbert is more cheery than his cable character. But it’s as if the Trump administration had solved the problem of reconciling his new comedy with his old by making truthiness America’s official language.”
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