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Late Night (2019)
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Late Night (2019)

During another show, Katherine has a young actress, Zoe Martlin (Halston Sage), as a guest. She stars in a schlock teen vampire show, but Katherine is nice to her and even praises Zoe's work. Zoe is elated and asks to hug Katherine, which she allows. Katherine and the writers attend a party where she meets 'frat boy' comedian Daniel Tennant (Ike Barinholtz), whose comedy Katherine has seen and was repulsed by. She soon realizes that Daniel is the favorite to replace her, and after meeting with Caroline, it is confirmed. Caroline admits she doesn't find Katherine funny, but Katherine couldn't care less what she thinks. Despite her efforts, Brad later tells Katherine that they want her to officially announce Daniel as her replacement. After a meeting with the writers, and Molly stating how messed up it is that they are trying to take her show from her, Katherine goes on her show with Daniel as the guest. She tells the audience how Daniel is the pick to replace her, but she flat out states that she doesn't want to go. She even gets Daniel to say on TV that she should stay (just so he won't look bad), and so Katherine declares she is staying, to the delight of the audience but the frustration of Daniel and the producers. Molly later tries to celebrate with Charlie, until she sees that he already has someone over. Later on, Charlie's emails get hacked, and it is revealed that he had an affair with Katherine after Walter was diagnosed with Parkinsons. This causes more talks about getting Katherine replaced, to which she seems to not care for anymore. Molly tells Katherine she is acting stupid by not defending herself and her show, so Katherine fires her. Tom later goes to find Molly to cheer her up, now having eased up on her. Katherine later talks to Walter about the incident. Although he is dismayed at the fact that Katherine felt the need to cheat after the diagnosis, he doesn't want to throw away all the good times they had together over this one little slip-up. Katherine has one apparent last meeting with her writers (they have gigs lined up if the show is done), and even calls them all by their names (except for Hayes, he's still 6). She goes to do her show and come clean to the audience about her infidelity, but also notes that the show has been her whole life, and that it has been an honor to entertain her audiences. She signs off with her signature, 'I hope I've earned the privilege of your time.' Impressed, Caroline tells Katherine that she can keep her show, as long as she keeps it going as well as it has been lately. Katherine goes to find Molly, who has moved to Brooklyn with her mom and cousin. Knowing she is still upset with her, Katherine apologizes to Molly for how she treated her, admitting that she has hated herself and wanted others to feel the same. She tells Molly she wants her back and how she misses all the things that she did while working there, which leads Molly to realize that Katherine actually cares a lot about her (though she won't admit that). Molly then agrees to go back to work for Katherine. One year later, the show's staff has become more diverse and inclusive. The show is more popular than it has ever been, and Molly and Tom now work together as head monologue writers (and it's implied they are dating). Katherine then goes up to begin her show to an adoring crowd.
Actors: Emma Thompson,
Emma Thompson
Emma Thompson 15 April 1959, Paddington, London, England, UK
Mindy Kaling,
Mindy Kaling
Mindy Kaling 24 June 1979, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
John Lithgow,
John Lithgow
John Lithgow 19 October 1945, Rochester, New York, USA
Hugh Dancy,
Hugh Dancy
Hugh Dancy 19 June 1975, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, UK
Reid Scott,
Reid Scott
Reid Scott 19 November 1977, Albany, New York, USA
Denis OHare,
Denis OHare
Denis OHare 17 January 1962, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Max Casella,
Max Casella
Max Casella 6 June 1967, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Paul Walter Hauser,
Paul Walter Hauser
Paul Walter Hauser 15 October 1986, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
John Early,
John Early
John Early
Jia Patel,
Jia Patel
Jia Patel
Luke Slattery,
Luke Slattery
Luke Slattery
Genre: DramaComedy
Director: Nisha Ganatra
Country: United States
Release: 2019
IMDb: 6.5
Duration: 102 min
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