Late night talk show hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers and John Oliver are teaming up for a new podcast to support their striking writers and out of work staffs. Strike Force Five! welcomes you to a conversation between five rival colleagues for an inside look at late night television.
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The Strike Force Five says goodbye with a very special guest. Thank you for listening and supporting our staffs. more
America’s favorite game show disaster is back! Part two of “Strike Force Wives!” hosted by the befuddling Jimmy Fallon. more
The WGA strike is over but we still have a few podcasts left! more
Edit: Now that it’s over I’ve saved episodes 5 and 11 and literally have them for whenever I feel down at all. Hearing Jimmy Fallon panic and be roasted by the other 4 is legit better than anything therapy can ever do. I hope they another rendition of it with other family member interviews or something on an annual basis as long as Fallon is asking the questions. more
I absolutely loved this series. I’m a huge fan of late night tv and have watched all these guys including the special guests for decades. Letterman was my first must watch from about 86 until he retired. My only complaint is I would have loved to have heard an episode with Conan, which is pretty obvious from my title. I bought a shirt, hat AND pens. I still have a red LNWDL sweatshirt I bought in NYC in 1989 and I hope to have this swag for just as long. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️+ ❤️❤️ for DL and JS
It was very cool to hear these supposed rivals get together and talk about what goes on behind the scenes and the things they have in common in their very unique roles. The comedy bits, the celebrity encounters, the pressure of performing live… Plus some insights about their backgrounds and family lives. And all for a great cause to support their staffs during the stike. Great stuff!
I loved these guys individually but love the so much more as the Strike Force Five. My husband and I agree - this is the best podcast out right now. We are glad the strike is finally over but bummed that means an end to this podcast. They are all hilarious and it’s fun to get a glimpse into their personal lives and learn more about each of them.
This is the funniest show I have ever heard! The ‘Wives’ episode had me in tears! I always wondered what it was like to be in a room full of comedians giving each other the business. Your guys’ wit is so quick. It’s a demonstration why these guys have their own shows and why they’re the funniest hosts ever [+ Conan]!!! more
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Strike Force Five launched 3 months ago and published 13 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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