Preview: Who’s on Real Time with Bill Maher tonight? (14/04)

Bill Maher (Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images)
Bill Maher (Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images) /

Real Time with Bill Maher returns tonight with an all-star lineup. Here’s who you can expect to make an appearance tonight.

Piers Morgan returns

Piers Morgan will return to Real-Time once again tonight. The Fox Nation host has made a number of appearances on the HBO show in recent years, often at the heart of a fiery debate.

Morgan, now hosting his own show, Piers Morgan Uncensored on Fox Nation, is slowly weaving his way back into US political commentary. The British journalist now often appears as a contributor on the conservative news network.

Back in 2017, Morgan faced Jim Jefferies in a fierce political discussion over Donald Trump (see above). Whilst Piers attempted to defend the possibility that Trump was no worse of a political candidate than Hillary Clinton, Jefferies was quick to provide judgement along with the in-studio audience at the time.

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Since then, Morgan has made time to appear on Maher’s Club Random podcast where the discussion was far more tempered. The two discussed everything from Meghan Markle to woke culture… the usual you’d expect from Morgan whenever a microphone is nearby.

Katie Porter and Ben McKenzie

Katie Porter appears to be making the rounds on US late-night shows this week. Just this week, the Californian Representative appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

We can expect the politician to make comment on the ongoing controversy surrounding Justice Clarence Thomas and his hidden luxury vacations funded by a Republican donor.

Porter will also likely discuss her newest book, I Swear: Politics Is Messier Than My Minivan.

Actor, Ben McKenzie will also make an appearance tonight. McKenzie is expected to delve into his recent involvement in scrutinising the Crpyto space and the celebrities involved in promoting it.

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