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Startentertainment 'Last Week Tonight With John Oliver' Season 8 Date & Trailer...

[WATCH] ‚Last Week Tonight With John Oliver‘ Season 8 Date & Trailer – Deadline

„Let tomorrow talk about solutions. Today is about revenge.“ Thus ends the trailer for the new season from Last week tonight with John Oliver. There will definitely be a lot of materials to work with.

HBO’s satirical current events show has stopped broadcasting since mid-November, nearly a decade in the Trump administration years. Oliver is sure to be up and running with a sharp comment.

The Emmy Award-winning series will return for its eighth season on Sunday, February 14th at 11:00 – 11:30 PM EST / PT on HBO and HBO Max. Watch the eighth season trailer above.

A satirical and meticulously thought out look at current events in the United States and around the world, Last week tonight with John Oliver Oliver’s perspective is highlighted in political, social and cultural issues. As the country navigates with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the new administration in the White House, the eighth season of the series promises to shed light on the latest developments in the capital as well as unreported events. The series features a mixture of sharp reviews for the series, pre-recorded pieces, and the occasional special guest.

Last week tonight It has won 20 Emmys since its premiere in 2014. The seventh season won four Emmys, including Outstanding Variety Talk Series as well as Outstanding Writing for a Variety of Series, both for the fifth year in a row. The series has also been honored with two Peabody Awards, one Critics Choice Award in the Best Talk Show category, two GLAAD Media Awards, four Writers Guild Awards and four consecutive PGA Awards.

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Last week tonight with John Oliver Produced for HBO by Avalon and Sixteen String Jack Productions; Executive produced by John Oliver, Tim Carville, Liz Stanton, John Thoday and James Taylor; Directed by Paul Pinolino and Christopher Werner.