Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Season 8 Episode 24 is all set to release on September 26, 2021. The fans of the show are eagerly waiting.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver is arguably the best late-night show out there on American television. The show is hosted by the renowned British comedian, John Oliver. It has been created by John himself and narrated by David Kaye. The interesting elements from the show that make it so compelling and worth watching are the mixed bag of genres that it encompasses. From political satire to news satire, it covers every relevant and crucial piece of information with a pinch of humor.
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The show began airing in April 2014, and due to its unique and extraordinary format continues to amaze the audience to date. The latest season of the show, Season 8, was launched in February this year and so far 23 episodes have already been released. Fans all across the world eagerly wait for Sunday nights to enjoy the show with their families. So, if you are also a fan of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, we are here to give you all the latest updates about the show.
About the Show
This amazing show has always been appreciated for how boldly and intellectually it handles sensitive issues. No wonder it has received so many prestigious awards, including the Emmys. John Oliver analyzes the bizarre current events in the US and across the world with his sharp humor and courageous honesty.
As a result, he offers a sarcastic outlook that gouges arrogance and slices through all pretensions with delightfully ridiculous daring. Thereby, he is able to get to the core of the country’s most significant and ludicrous issues while still providing great laughs all along.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Season 8 Episode 24 Release Date
The upcoming episode of the show is going to release on September 26, 2021. The fans are quite excited about its release.
Where to watch
You can catch all-new episodes of the show on Hulu, HBO Max, and Disney+ platforms.
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