Next Episode of The Alec Baldwin Show is
Season 1 / Episode 7 and airs on 23 December 2018 03:00
The Alec Baldwin Show gives viewers a front-row seat to in-depth, intimate and candid one-on-one conversations as Baldwin, a prolific entertainer and quick-witted conversationalist, sits down with some of the most compelling celebrities and cultural icons of our time. Baldwin's distinctive interview style and extraordinary ability to draw out never-before-told personal stories, coupled with a newsworthy roster of guests, make for a captivating hour of television.
Comedic sensation Ricky Gervais discusses his television roles and creations including the global hit The Office, directing, and his current game show Child Support. The award-winning comedian and actor shares his thoughts on stand-up today. Oscar®-winner Jeff Bridges talks to Alec about his famous family and his early hesitation to commit to an acting career. Alec and Jeff look back at his five decades of work, the roster of directors with whom he has worked, and the roles that have defined his career.
Mike Myers talks to Alec about how he got hired on Saturday Night Live. The Wayne's World and Austin Powers creator talks about the roles that have made a mark on pop culture and why he took a break from his successful career. Activist Cecile Richards joins Alec for a candid conversation starting with her mother, the late Ann Richards, former Governor of Texas, to her own career before taking the helm at Planned Parenthood. She shares if her future plans include a run for office.
From the cult favorite "Sex and the City" and her current series, "Divorce," to her film roles and love of producing television, Sarah Jessica Parker covers a lot of ground with Alec Baldwin during their candid conversation. She chats about how she transitioned her passion for the literary world to publishing, the exciting and varied choices she is able to make at this point in her career, and the important lessons she learned from her mother.
Actress Kerry Washington talks about her seven-year run as Olivia Pope on Scandal and her new play American Son. She also discusses her mother's determination for her to have a great education and her ongoing work with arts education. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. discusses his iconic family, growing up in the time of "Camelot," family tragedy, the transformation of his relationship with his mother, and his struggle with substance abuse.
Next, Gloria Allred sits downs with Alec where she shares her sense of duty for her work, the privilege she feels to be an attorney and her philosophy that guides her life. The successful lawyer and feminist discusses her early life as a single parent and why she delayed her application to law school until she was in her 30s. Allred talks about starting her own practice and focusing on women's rights from the beginning, and her decision to represent victims instead of the accused. She shares her thoughts on #MeToo and whether things have gotten better, the Bill Cosby case, the importance of equal pay and her continued fight for equal rights.
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