Comedy, Talk Show
Each week, Jefferies will tackle the week’s top stories from behind his desk and travel the globe to far-off locations to provide an eye opening look at hypocrisy around the world. Featuring interviews, international field pieces, and man on the ground investigations, Jim tackles the news of the day with no-bulls**t candor, piercing insight and a uniquely Aussie viewpoint.
Jim challenges men to do better after the Harvey Weinstein scandal, chats with a congressman popular for taunting the president, and examines Russia's two-way propaganda.
Jim looks at ISIS's desperate attempt to take credit for the Las Vegas shooting, the Hawaiian GOP's internal divide and America's laughably outdated banking system.
Jim highlights Trump's tone-deaf reaction to Hurricane Maria, breaks down the administration's spate of travel scandals, and talks free speech with the Insane Clown Posse.
Jim goes on a ride-along with police in the U.K., takes aim at Hurricane Harvey's wannabe vigilantes and sits down with the mayor who created "Anti-Jim Jefferies Day."
Jim offers much-needed branding advice to the Democratic Party, gives a rundown of the history of anti-LGBTQ discrimination in the U.S. military and chats with Evan McMullin.
Jim Jefferies chats with former CIA operations officer and co-founder of Stand Up Republic Evan McMullin.
Before the sea swallows him, Jim Jefferies tackles climate change and the grave condition of Australia's – and the world's – largest natural treasure, the Great Barrier Reef.
Jim highlights major vacancies in U.S. government agencies, chats with a group of conspiracy theorists and explores dicey First Amendment issues.
Jim discusses the U.S. Senate Republicans' health care bill and talks to the right-wing Australian senator Pauline Hanson.
Jim reacts to Bill Cosby's mistrial, chats with Azerbaijan Ambassador Elin Suleymanov and weighs in on the prevalence of capital punishment in the U.S.
Jim gives his take on Qatar's sudden isolation in the Middle East, examines the process of impeachment in the U.S. and pays a visit to Melania Trump's hometown in Slovenia.
Jim kicks off his first show by highlighting President Trump's affection for dictators, tackling racism in the U.S. and investigating Holland's "Black Pete" tradition.