Anthony FauciAnthony FauciReaching immunity: A path forwardRepublicans call for investigation into impact of school closures on children with disabilitiesThe Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by the National Shooting Sports Foundation – Relief bill to become law; Cuomo in troubleMORE is headed to late-night TV to mark the anniversary of the coronavirus lockdown this week, appearing on “The Late Show” exactly one year after Stephen ColbertStephen Tyrone ColbertWake up, America: Laughter is healingWithout Trump, late-night ‘comedy’ becomes even more insufferableDolly Parton says she turned down medal from Trump administration twiceMORE’s last program taped in a theater before he began working remotely.
The nation’s top infectious diseases expert will be a guest on Colbert’s show on Friday, CBS announced Tuesday.
Colbert’s program is one of many late-night shows that began producing episodes away from their standard studios and venues last year as the nation grappled with COVID-19.
Rather than New York’s famed Ed Sullivan Theater, Colbert delivered his March 16, 2020, monologue from the comfort of his bathtub, dubbing it a “special social distancing” edition. CBS says 167 “Late Show” episodes have been produced remotely.
The network said as part of the episode featuring Fauci, Colbert will take a look “back at a year in quarantine.”
On March 13 of last year, then-President TrumpDonald TrumpTrump vows ‘No more money for RINOS,’ instead encouraging donations to his PACFederal judge rules ‘QAnon shaman’ too dangerous to be released from jailPelosi says Capitol riot was one of the most difficult moments of her careerMORE declared the coronavirus pandemic a national emergency. Six days later, California became the first state to issue a statewide stay-at-home order.