WATCH: “Waking Up with Jon Batiste”

If you hate the sound of your alarm clock in the morning, then Late Show bandleader Jon Batiste has just the service for you! It’s 100% kinda real!

Written by Ariel Dumas & Kate Sidley, and produced by Aaron Bryan. Featuring Jon Batiste, Ariel Dumas, John Thibodeaux, & Kate Sidley.

“How To Love” with Jon Batiste

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, I’m happy for this latest incredibly helpful instructional video from The Late Show’s preeminent love expert Jon Batiste.

Hope it helps you bring more love into your life. Or at least helps you learn more about VR.

Written by Cullen Crawford & Gabe Gronli, and produced by Aaron Bryan. Happy Valentine’s Day, y’all!

“Arthur Theme Song” with Stephen Colbert & Chance the Rapper

Sometimes, when things feel bad, it can be helpful to sing a song about cooperation and working together.

Luckily, the theme song to the PBS Kids show “Arthur” is exactly that, and Stephen Colbert & Jon Batiste (plus special guests Ziggy Marley & Chance the Rapper) are all BIG fans of that show.

Featured by Rolling Stone, The A.V. Club, MTV, Complex, Vulture, Billboard, & Bustle.

Produced by Heben Nigatu, Rob Dubbin, & Carol Hartsell.

WATCH: “The Young Pope Spin-Off”

With the premiere of HBO’s “The Young Pope”, we heard the network was so happy with the series that they already greenlit a sequel. Here’s a sneak peek! Or several, perhaps.

Written by Michael Pielocik, produced by Aaron Bryan, and special thanks to Brian Stack, Paige Kendig, John Thibodeux, & Jen Spyra.

It’s The Late Show Claymation Christmas Special!

So excited that I got to direct this Claymation Christmas special for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

It hit all of my sweet spots: Christmas, tiny sets, claymation, retro type design, and really over-producing really stupid jokes.

Massive thanks to Ariel Dumas & Michael Brumm for writing such a perfectly dumb premise, Riley Mellon for her incredible set design, and Aaron Bryan for being handsy. MERRY CHRISTMAS, EVERYONE!

“How To Vote” with Jon Batiste

With the presidential election approaching, some people may be voting for the first time, or avoiding voting, because they just don’t know how to do it. Thankfully, Colbert bandleader Jon Batiste is here with yet another helpful instructional video to make it easy! Kinda.

Now go out there and do your duty.

Written by Django Gold & Gabe Gronli. Produced by Carol Hartsell & Rob Dubbin.

“Vote” with Stephen Colbert & More

I’m excited that I got to shoot & direct this very star-studded get out the vote faux-PSA last week for The Late Show in honor of Voter Registration Day.

Learn about the importance of voting from celebs including Stephen Colbert, John Cena, Anna Gunn, George Takei, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, America Ferrera, Tituss Burgess, Alan Cumming, Chris Gethard, Simon Helberg, Tim Meadows, & Bradley Whitford. (Wow, that’s a lot of famous people!)

Written by Cullen Crawford, and produced by Rob Dubbin & Carol Hartsell.

Introducing “The Late Show Celebrity Chat Line”

If you’re up late and feeling lonely, now you can reach out the hottest celebrities waiting to chat with you. Including Bryan Cranston, Whoopi Goldberg, Tony Hale, Adam Brody, John Krasinski, Jessica Alba, & John Turturro.

Written by Django Gold, and featuring Michael Brumm & Ariel Dumas.

PRO TIP: try giving the real phone number a call and see who’s on the line today.

“The Last O’Malley Supporter” with Richard Kind

I had the fascinating privilege to attend both the Republican & Democratic National Conventions this year with Colbert.

I am really proud that I got the chance to make some strange comedy there, including this short with the great comedic actor Richard Kind, filmed on-location at the DNC in Philadelphia, PA. Written by Cullen Crawford & Rob Dubbin.

“Foam Disco” with Paul F. Tompkins & William H. Macy

The 1970s in NYC were crazy. But few people knew how crazy. That why I’m so glad to get to share this moving documentary about such a little known, yet important, part of New York history.

Written by Django Gold, and featuring Paul F. Tompkins, William H. Macy, and Arianna Huffington. With a little kind press from Splitsider & The Huffington Post.