Future Hall of Famer Albert Pujols welcomes Larry to Angels Stadium for a candid conversation about his transition from the National to American League, teammate and fellow superstar Mike Trout, & what baseball milestone he wants to conquer next.
Sports Illustrated cover model-cum-Twitter queen Chrissy Teigen is all candor as she explains why she doesn’t like modeling, takes on her web trolls, & gushes about her husband, John Legend. Plus, Larry challenges Chrissy to an exotic food snack-off.
Vampires & werewolves & nudity, oh my. Academy Award winner Anna Paquin dishes about the final season of True Blood, sex scenes with - and without - her husband, Stephen Moyer, and the unlikely way she landed her Oscar-winning turn in ‘The Piano.’
It’s a no holds barred discussion with Linda Perry. The producer - known for her work with Alicia Keys & Celine Dion - blasts American Idol, skewers record labels, & comes clean about her falling out with P!nk. Plus, Linda on her upcoming VH1 show.
Tony Goldwyn sits down with Larry to chat about his role as President Fitzgerald Grant on the hit show Scandal, about his project Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs and his latest directing/producing gig The Divide.
Pretty Little Liar Troian Bellisario sits down with Larry to discuss the popularity of the show, growing up in Hollywood with famous parents and being engaged to fellow actor Patrick J. Adams.
Cory and Topanga are back! Fourteen years after Ben Savage & Danielle Fishel bid farewell to “Boy Meets World,” the duo joins Larry to dish on the reprisal of their iconic characters in the show’s much anticipated remake, “Girl Meets World.”
As he prepares for the release of his sixth album, Trey Songz joins Larry for an intimate conversation about the man he credits for his music education, what his mom sacrificed for his success, and how Trey really feels about being a sex symbol.
What can produce tchotchkes, a human liver, and a functional gun? Join Larry for an enlightening discussion about the staggering applications of 3D printing, and the technology’s potential to change the world -- for better and worse.
Legendary Hall of Fame NFL Quarterback Terry Bradshaw sits down with Larry to chat about issues facing the NFL today, being at Fox for 20 years and his new touring show "Terry Bradshaw: America's Favorite Dumb Blonde...a Life in Four Quarters."
On the 20th anniversary of the infamous Bronco chase, Larry sits down with the O.J. Simpson trial’s most famous witness: Kato Kaelin. The houseguest opens up about the case’s lasting impact, what the TV cameras missed, & if he thinks O.J. is guilty.
Lance Bass is relishing his second act. The former boy band sensation opens up about his relationship with NSYNC today, the trials of hiding his sexuality, & his dreams of making a country album. Plus, Lance on his documentary, “Mississippi: I Am.”
He’s more than Wolowitz. The Big Bang Theory’s Simon Helberg proves his range with an uncanny impression of Nicolas Cage, opens up about almost losing his wife, and details the undying devotion of the hit comedy’s fans - for better and worse.
With the NBA finals in full swing, actor and former Laker Rick Fox joins Larry to discuss LeBron’s place in basketball history, Kobe’s next move, & life after retirement. Plus, Rick on his newest film “Off Season: The Lex Morrison Story.”
Legendary R&B group Boyz II Men sit down with Larry to chat about their new album "Collide", their residency in Las Vegas and being one of the most successful artists of the 90's.
In typical Tyler, the Creator fashion, the innovative rapper, producer, & designer bluntly details the roots of his artistic idiosyncrasies, reveals his plans to conquer the film industry, and addresses his repeated use of profanity.
A week before the NBA draft, former Baylor star & projected first-round pick Isaiah Austin was diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome, ending his basketball career. Isaiah joins Larry to discuss his newfound battle with the disease & what his future holds.
War veteran Stephen Cochran discusses with Larry King the need for more media coverage on PTSD-related suicide.
Actress Alyssa Milano talks to Larry King about the shows that hit and those that didn’t.
Actress Alyssa Milano talks to Larry King about how her graphic novel “Hacktivist” is inspired by Twitter creator Jack Dorsey.
“Hot in Cleveland” stars Betty White, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Valerie Bertinelli answer questions from fans via social media.
Host and producer Jeff Probst shares his deep appreciation for Larry and Regis helping Probst to get his start in show business.
Rachael Ray talks about Julia Child's influence on American cooking.
Craig Ferguson gives his opinion on the state of late night, and how his show is different.
Comedian & host Bill Maher answers fan questions submitted via social media outlets, such as facebook and twitter.
Joan Rivers talks about fame and the responsibility that she feels comes with it.
In celebration of the 100th episode on Hulu, we look back at our favorite Larry King impersonations.
Margaret Cho opens up about her past body issues.
Comedians Russell Peters, Natasha Leggero and Rove McManus discuss how the General Petraeus sex scandal topped the news during the Israel and Palestine conflict.
Late Night host Jimmy Kimmel performs an impression of Jay Leno.
Nia Vardalos discusses her love for the musical "Evita" and her attempt to flirt with Ricky Martin.
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!