If you were having a dinner party — a socially distanced one, of course — who would be the most interesting people you could invite? What if you had, say, a music mogul, an education impresario, a fiery network news anchor, a laugh-out-loud comedian and a game-changing movie director? And that’s just the appetizer. Each week, The Carlos Watson Show introduces you to a fresh and dynamic mix of people, with in-depth conversations that will give you a new side of someone you thought you knew. We just launched Season 2, and it’s bringing the heat. This is one party you won’t want to miss.
Shunned by both the left and the right, the former Fox News and NBC News host has plenty to say about activists. Megyn Kelly spills tea about her decision to speak out against Roger Ailes — a man she loved — why she thinks both the Black Lives Matter and MeToo movements are ineffective, and how her family keeps her centered. Is a political run in her future? Check out what the buzz is about for this spicy episode.
Bougie. Basta. Inspirational. That’s the self-described style of Saweetie, who may well be the next Rihanna, given her dream of building a billion-dollar multi-industry global brand. The woman behind “Icy Grl,” “My Type” and “Tap In” shares the story behind her love affair with fellow rapper Quavo, how her relationship with her grandmother continues to shape her career — and her politics — and why sports is her true first love.
The blue-collar billionaire has outworked, outlearned and outhustled his way to the top of the tech world. He’s gone on to become the dynamic owner of the Dallas Mavericks and a canny investor on Shark Tank. You’re going to want to hear Cuban’s surprising reaction to team losses, how he raises self-sufficient children and his ultimate advice to young entrepreneurs.
She’s hilarious. She’s inappropriate. She’s comedy legend Kathy Griffin. Find out why the Guinness World Record holder for most stand-up comedy specials calls herself the “comedy zombie,” the inside story of her recent marriage and what it was really like being interviewed by the U.S. Secret Service over that infamous Trump photo.
Why is Ava DuVernay anxious and hopeful? Because change is afoot — not just political but also societal and cultural, and DuVernay is at the forefront. The acclaimed filmmaker behind Selma and When They See Us is amplifying the stories of women and people of color through Array, her production company, and holding law enforcement accountable through art with her new project, LEAP. Check out the surprising controversy behind her biggest regret.
Meet the star of the Hulu gem that meets the moment: Woke. Lamorne Morris’ character wants to stay out of the racial debates of the day, but after he is profiled by a cop, he starts seeing the microaggressions around him as inanimate objects start speaking to him. It’s the kind of funny that makes you think, not unlike Morris himself. Watch the New Girl star open up about racial representation on sitcoms, his drug-dealing father and transformative acting advice from Chadwick Boseman.
She was the powerhouse behind President Barack Obama. Valerie Jarrett, one of Obama’s most-trusted advisers and leader of his transition team, gives an inside look at what the Trump-Biden changeover might look like, and pulls back the curtain on her personal life and what might surprise people about the Obama White House.
Can he heal America? Health and meditation guru Dr. Deepak Chopra discusses how art and hip hop can help bridge the country’s divide. He also talks about his work with the “traumatized” Michael Jackson and his special connection with Rosa Parks. This is wisdom you’re not going to want to miss.
Meet the boss mom. Fashion designer, entrepreneur and mom of five, Kimora Lee Simmons reveals how she does it all. Discover how she’s rebuilding her fashion brand, Baby Phat, for the next generation with the help of her daughters, and why “Blasians” are having a moment.
Before everyone was in Zoom school, he was figuring out how it would work. Khan Academy founder Sal Khan is the leading expert on remote learning. Hear about his push for accessibility to world-class education, how he plans on working with the Biden administration and how we can use innovation in virtual education to improve political representation.