Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

Rating  :  

7.9

Duration  :  

30m

176 Episodes

A half-hour satirical look at the week in news, politics and current events.

Cast: John Oliver, David Kaye


Crew: John Oliver, David Kaye


Genres: Talk, Comedy


Production:Sixteen String Jack Productions, Avalon Television, Partially Important Productions.

Seasons
Specials

41 Episodes

Season 1

24 Episodes

Season 2

35 Episodes

Season 3

30 Episodes

Season 4

30 Episodes

Season 5

30 Episodes

Season 6

27 Episodes

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