Retired NFL star Chris Kluwe and NOW president Terry O'Neill join our panel to look at the bigger picture surrounding the NFL's domestic violence crisis.
Jerry, Jerry! Mr. Springer joins Larry for a no-holds-barred discussion about Ray Rice, classism in America, and why being “uncool” may be the key to his success. Steve Wilkos later joins to celebrate the pair’s 20 years as partners in crime.
Newlyweds Nick Carter and Lauren Kitt Carter sit down with Larry to discuss their new reality show 'I Heart Nick Carter' and how they felt something special from their very first date. Plus, we learn the good and bad about marrying a celebrity.
Former Spice Girl Mel B gets detailed about what ended her band’s reign of global girl power, her path to success post-Scary Spice & life as a workaholic mother. Plus, will we ever see the Spice Girls quintet together again?
There's no one like her. In this special episode, Larry welcomes Jane Lynch, Lily Tomlin, Regis Philbin, Ryan Seacrest, Margaret Cho and Don Rickles to pay tribute to their friend: the beloved, iconic, indefatigable Joan Rivers.
Are we a society of screen addicts? Catfish host and Internet darling Nev Schulman sheds light on why our digital lives could be making us less empathetic and the trouble with forging relationships online. Plus, Nev’s case for connecting in real life.
Ellen Burstyn chats about finding an unknown director Martin Scorsese for her film 'Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore' and her upcoming directorial debut. Plus, Larry grabs what little information he can about Ellen's next project 'Interstellar'.
Hollywood veteran Ray Liotta – whose career has spanned nearly four decades – talks shop with Larry about landing his first role at 31, Martin Scorsese’s genius, and the trouble with actors today. Plus, a Goodfellas sequel? Ray weighs in.
Mr. A-Z, meet Mr. King. Fresh off the release of his fifth studio album Yes!, Jason Mraz counters critics who accuse him of being too positive and explains why his heart will always be in coffee shops. Plus, Jason on his double life as an avocado farmer.
Hall of Famer Jim Brown sits down with Larry to discuss NFL hot topics such as Johnny Manziel, Michael Sam and the debate over the Washington Redskins. Plus, Jim reveals his relationship with Muhammad Ali & gives Larry his take on Ferguson, Missouri.
In this special episode, Rick Fox sits in for Larry with guests Dash Mihok & Pooch Hall. The “Ray Donovan” stars open up about on-set camaraderie, the appeal of antiheroes, & their love for Jon Voight. Plus, Dash on his battle with Tourette Syndrome.
Mary Murphy, Stephen 'Twitch' Boss and Travis Wall sit down with Larry to chat about Season 11's top 4 finalists and their own experiences with the show over the years. Plus, an impression of Donald Duck beatboxing that cannot be missed.
Siblings Kimberly, Reid and Neil of The Band Perry chat with Larry about touring overseas for their first headlining tour We Are Pioneers, why they still open for acts such as Blake Shelton and the kind of music that'll be on their upcoming 3rd album.
According to a recent Pew Research Center poll, religious disaffiliation in the U.S. is at an all-time high. A panel of religious leaders and nonbelievers joins Larry to discuss this trend and what it means for the future of faith in America.
Country music sensation Jake Owen sits down with Larry at LA's famed Greek Theater to chat about his 1st big headlining tour Days of Gold, getting drunk on his first night opening for Kenny Chesney and how he'd love to be able to grant wishes for people.
David Arquette lets loose with Larry King. The actor-producer-nightlife virtuoso is all candor as he discusses tackling today’s Hollywood, his relationship with his ex-wife, Courteney Cox, and his battle with alcoholism.
Comedian Dane Cook talks to Larry King and clears the air about the controversy he caused during his Boston bombing charity performance for the ONE fund.
Actor and comedian Bill Hader answers fans from fans delivered via social media.
Actress and Activist Suzanne Somers answers Facebook and Twitter questions from fans.
Host and producer Jeff Probst shares his deep appreciation for Larry and Regis helping Probst to get his start in show business.
Larry King interviews Kevin Bacon. Actor Bacon explains why Meryl Streep is his favorite actor.
Rachael Ray talks about Julia Child's influence on American cooking.
Actor and singer Wayne Brady talks to Larry King about how the priorities of the entertainment industry has changed over the years.
"iCarly" actress & Nickelodeon star Miranda Cosgrove discusses her parents' involvement with her career, her father's dry cleaning business, & touches on "Modern Family" child star Ariel Winter's situation involving alleged child abuse.
Former US Secretery of Defense Donald Rumsfeld tells Larry King about his support for DADT and ambivalence towards same sex marriage.
T.I. discusses the limits of current gun control legislation, asserting that the law fails to protect people from the criminals responsible for mass shootings.
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.
Grammy winner Stevie Wonder & Larry King sing some verses of "For Once In My Life."
Franky Carrillo was wrongly sentenced to 30 years in prison & tells Larry King how he survived 20 years in jail before being freed.
Actor & activist Kal Penn talks to Larry about wanting to settle down.
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