Rooted in truth, coated in comedy and unapologetically Black, Lenard "Charlamagne" McKelvey takes on issues and topics permeating politics and culture in this late-night talk variety show.
Charlamagne Tha God takes inspiration from Germany's denazification process after World War II by making the case that America needs to thoroughly cleanse itself of its Confederate past.
Charlamagne Tha God dives into the FBI's lengthy history of protecting white supremacy while policing Black Americans, and calls for the Bureau to cut ties with the legacy of J. Edgar Hoover.
Charlamagne Tha God examines America's conservative backlash against critical race theory, HBCU students react to a provocative presentation, and Ja Rule offers his own words of wisdom.
Charlamagne Tha God explores the impacts of generational trauma, Chico Bean and Icewear Vezzo visit a mental health gym, and Dr. Rheeda Walker, Resmaa Menakem and Michelle Williams stop by.
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Charlamagne Tha God takes a deep dive into social media's toxic effects, and gets insight from the Center for Humane Technology's Tristan Harris and "Digital Minimalism" author Cal Newport.
Charlamagne Tha God explores why Democrats are afraid to act against the GOP and help Black America. Then talks with POTUS Senior Adviser Cedric Richmond and the LOX about saving democracy.
Charlamagne Tha God examines the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on monogamy, then asks guests Shan Boodram and Michael Eric Dyson what that means for the future of Black families.
Charlamagne Tha God calls out Americans who claim to be patriots while ignoring the concerns of veterans, then chats with Soulja Boy and gets Ed Sheeran's thoughts on fatherhood.
Charlamagne Tha God explores inflation’s impacts, Dr. Claud Anderson discusses building wealth in the Black community, Kevin Hart talks about "True Story", and investor Ian Dunlap stops by.
Charlamagne Tha God endorses Black people owning legal firearms, advocate Carlos Ellis and journalist Alex Yablon discuss the issue of gun rights, and actor Meagan Good chats about "Harlem".
Charlamagne Tha God chats with author Nedra Glover Tawwab and comedians Karlous Miller and Rosebud Baker about navigating toxic families over the holidays, and singer Chlöe stops by.
Correspondents Chico Bean and Amanda Seales settle the score on whether Christmas is really about Jesus or Santa Claus, and Charlamagne sits down one-on-one with the first female, Black and Indian-American vice president, Kamala Harris.