The final time the boys of late night time joined forces it was to roast James Corden throughout his farewell episode — however now they’re again for a wholly totally different enterprise.
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On Tuesday, Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, John Oliver, Jimmy Fallon, and Jimmy Kimmel introduced a brand new podcast referred to as Strike Pressure 5 — a day by day, hour-long enterprise aiming to boost cash for his or her workers in the course of the ongoing writers’ strike.
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This is a fast transcription of the 30-second teaser above:
Stephen Colbert: “Another time, Jimmy.”
Jimmy Fallon: “Hello, I am Jimmy Fallon—”
SC: “Stephen Colbert.”
Jimmy Kimmel: “I am Jimmy Kimmel. I believed while you mentioned ‘Jimmy’ you meant me, Jimmy, however you meant Jimmy, Jimmy.”
SC: “I all the time imply you.”
JK: “However while you say Seth Meyers, who do you imply?”
SC: “I imply John Oliver.”
JK: “That is sensible.”
JF: “The 5 of us collectively, for possibly an hour a day.”
JK: “Strike Pressure 5 is the identify of our podcast, subscribe to it now.”
Seth Meyers: “Spotify, or wherever else you get your podcasts.”
John Oliver: “However Spotify, you fucks.”
There is not a lot information about what precisely the 5 of them can be speaking about every day, however with the primary episode airing on Wednesday, we can’t have to attend lengthy to search out out. Importantly all proceeds — that are coming by way of sponsorship from the Ryan Reynolds-owned finances telecoms firm Mint Cell and George Clooney’s former tequila firm Casamigos — can be used to help out of labor late present workers (not one of the late exhibits have been operating since Could, when the Writers Guild of America first went on strike).
Strike Pressure 5 is on the market on Spotify, with the primary episode launching Aug. 30.