Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Season 9 is coming to BINGE this month

Alongside a new trailer, BINGE has announced that Last Week Tonight With John Oliver Season 9 will be coming to the streaming service this month; February 2022. New episodes of the series will arrive each Monday.

Coming back for the ninth season, Last Week Tonight With John Oliver arrives as America continues to grapple with COVID-19 and politics in the US remain as divided as ever. BINGE promises the ninth season will “shine a light on headline news as well as lesser-reported topics that both inform and entertain, featuring a mix of the series’ sharp commentary, pre-taped pieces and occasional special guests.”

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver Season 9

In its run, Last Week Tonight has earned 23 Emmys and in 2021 won for Outstanding Variety Talk Series and Oustanding Writing for a Variety Series for the sixth year in a row. It’s also earned two Peabody Awards, a Critics Choice Aware, two GLAAD Media Awards and many more.

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver Season 9 premieres on BINGE on February 21, 2022.

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