Desus & Mero Season 3 release date and cast latest: When is it coming out?

  Desus & Mero Season 3 is coming to Showtime and fans are looking forward. Desus & Mero is Showtime’s first-ever late-night talk show. The program is hosted by comedians Desus Nice (Daniel Baker) and The Kid Mero (Joel Martinez). The show became a fan favorite since premiering on Showtime in February 2019. Desus &


When does Desus & Mero return to Showtime?

Desus & Mero is returning to Showtime to finish up Season 1 of the popular talk show where Desus Nice and The Kid Mero take on the hottest trending topics and interview some of the biggest entertainment, sports, and political stars. After nearly two months off for a summer break, and also so they could

Adrian Grenier wants you to stop sucking straws and save the oceans

Adrian Grenier was on Desus & Mero last night where he asked his fans and people everywhere to “stop sucking”. Single-use straws, that is. The star of HBO’s Entourage is also a UN environmental ambassador and spoke with the Viceland Bronx duo about the path to becoming “environmentally woke”. Desus offered him an iced coffee

Kid Rock’s political aspirations completely destroyed by Desus & Mero

Kid Rock’s plan to run for Senate in 2018 was torn apart by Viceland’s Desus & Mero on their show last night. It came after the rocker gave his first apparent campaign speech during a concert in Grand Rapids, MI, last week. Desus and Mero were left scratching their heads at the “racism-lite” lines of the

Desus & Mero roast prosperity preacher Joel Osteen’s lame reaction to critics

The “60 million dollar man” of God, Joel Osteen, a Houston-based prosperity preacher, got shamed into letting people into his church. And Viceland’s Desus & Mero wasted no time dragging the toothy religious hawker’s feet to the coals. The two rehashed Osteen’s tepid, “Be safe we are praying for you” Tweet, with Desus saying: “Yo,

Esperanza Spalding’s slightly awkward interview on Desus & Mero

Ball bags listen up, this is no ordinary Desus & Mero guest. Prodigy jazz bassist (and now Harvard professor) Esperanza Spalding was the featured guest on Viceland’s Desus & Mero last night. In the course of the interview, the 32-year-old musical genius was asked about her collaboration with Prince, her background and then wondered out-loud

Desus & Mero: Trump’s Antifa mix, ‘Amy Schumer’s wildin” and Russell Peters

Last night’s Desus & Mero riffed on Trump’s Phoenix rally where POTUS used a party-like way to say “Antifa.” The duo revisited Trump’s recent rally where the president’s limited knowledge of geography, the “blacks for Trump” guy standing behind POTUS at the rally, and muse on what Desus & Mero would be like if FOX