Actress Olivia Wilde describes working with director Martin Scorsese on the HBO series "Vinyl."
"Love" star Gillian Jacobs explains why she prefers working on a Netflix series to an NBC show.
Lilly Singh talks about touring the world for her YouTube documentary "A Trip to Unicorn Island."
"Making a Murderer" creators Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi discuss the Netflix true-crime series.
The panelists examine the exploitative aspects of lotteries and talk Netflix's "Making a Murderer."
aDavid Holbrooke talks about growing up with his ambassador dad Richard Holbrooke in "The Diplomat."
David Holbrooke details the life of his father, ambassador Richard Holbrooke, in "The Diplomat."
Pras explains how Michel Martelly got into Haitian politics in the film "Sweet Micky for President."
Fareed Zakaria discusses "Long Road to Hell," which details the U.S.'s role in Syria's war on ISIS.
Fareed Zakaria discusses the U.S.'s fight against ISIS and his documentary "Long Road to Hell."
Evgeny Afineevsky discusses his film "Winter on Fire," which chronicles a 93-day protest in Ukraine.
John Mulaney tells a young audience member why he finds the HBO series "The Jinx" so compelling.
Education activist Malala Yousafzai discusses being the focus of the film "He Named Me Malala."
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld examines his part in the Iraq War.
The panelists discuss the ubiquitousness of porn and its impact on American society.
Lewis Black reports on a number of surprising ways that Nazis keep coming back to haunt us.
John Legend reflects on structural racism in the U.S. and what it would take to overcome it.
The panelists discuss Ben Affleck's slave-owning ancestry and Britt McHenry's suspension from ESPN.
Ben Affleck tries to hide a family secret, and an ESPN reporter dumps haterade on a towing employee.
Britt McHenry lashes out at a tow company worker, and Ben Affleck tries to censor his family tree.