“Go Bills!” – It Gets Loud When Buffalo Native Christine Baranski Watches Her Hometown Team

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “”Go Bills!” – It Gets Loud When Buffalo Native Christine Baranski Watches Her Hometown Team” – below is their description.

Our dear friend Christine Baranski stops by for a three part interview with Stephen Colbert and kicks things off with a shout out to her favorite NFL team. Stick around for parts two and three of this interview with the star of “The Gilded Age,” which premieres on HBO and HBO Max on January 24th. #Colbert #TheGildedAge #ChristineBaranski

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