In an unbelievable presidential election brimming with hilarious, incisive political comedy from late-night hosts and other comics, some of this year's best political satire came from Triumph's Election Special 2016.
While the two political conventions have brought blockbuster ratings to TV, there are a handful of "moments" from the four-
From The Republican National Convention in Cleveland to red carpets in Los Angeles, media stars were everywhere this week, celebrating premieres, launches and summer.
Ever since Jon Stewart stepped down as host of The Daily Show last August, his fans have been begging him to return to late-night and deliver his brilliant, incisive political takedowns, especially in this year's over-the-top presidential race.
CBS had hoped that its decision to broadcast The Late Show with Stephen Colbert live during both political convention weeks would give the show the boost in ratings and buzz that it's been seeking for months.
The 2016 national political conventions stand to be the most broadcasted, most consumed, most shared conventions of all time. But that may have less to do with the candidates and more to do with the attendees in both Cleveland, home of this week's Republican National Convention, and Philadelphia, which will host the Democrats next week.
Twitter and CBS are planning to livestream the Republican and Democratic National Conventions later this month.
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Anyone inside or outside Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland later this month will be able to see all the elephants in the room in more ways than ever before.
With less than two weeks before Republicans gather in Cleveland to nominate their candidate for president, the team assembled to broadcast the four-day convention has quickly worked to transform Quicken Loans Arena, known as "The Q," from basketball venue to GOP central.