Tavis pays tribute to the five-time Emmy-winning actor with a clip from his past appearance on the show.
The Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning CSI: NY star—also of Forrest Gump fame—explains his new documentary, Lt. Dan Band: For the Common Good, and his efforts to bring attention to America’s disabled veterans.
Two-time Oscar nominee explains why turtles are so amazing and discusses the nature documentary that she narrates, Turtle: The Incredible Journey.
The Emmy-nominated actress, who steps behind the camera as producer of A Better Life, discusses the film and explains what makes a good script.
Oscar nominee discusses her role in Showtime’s The Big C and the career she thought she’d have before becoming an actress.
Pulitzer Prize nominee describes the extensive research she conducted for her latest play, Let Me Down Easy, which is about healthcare and included interviews with more than 300 people.
Tavis pays tribute to the pioneering Hollywood producer and cancer awareness advocate.
While the trip is frequently laugh-out-loud funny, it’s also extremely poignant, a balance that is unique to British comedy and one that makes a viewing of The Trip well worth your time.
Punch explains her role in Bad Teacher, describes what it was like to work with Woody Allen in You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger and explains why she feels funny doesn’t get old.
Award-winning writer-director discusses his latest film, sci-fi thriller and box office hit Super 8, and explains why he deliberately wanted to keep people in the dark about the film’s plot.