5 women who absolutely need their own late-night show

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NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 14: Actors, comedians, writers Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer (known for “Broad City”) attend Worldwide Orphans 12th Annual Gala at Cipriani Wall Street on November 14, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for WWO)

Late-night has always been a boys club, but it’s time for women to fight their way in. And we know just the ladies to do it.

Late-night television has become more relevant in today’s social climate than it has been in years. Shows like Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert have been relentlessly challenging the current White House administration at every turn, striking the perfect balance between comedy and serious issues.

With late-night being the hot place to be right now, we think it’s about time to change it up a bit.

E! recently announced that actress Busy Philipps would be hosting and executive producing her own late-night talk show Busy Tonight. Thanks to her active Instagram page (and hilarious Insta stories), Philipps will now get to provide commentary on her own show, while also doing interviews and a variety of different segments.

It’s great that Philipps is making the late-night landscape a little more female. But we can’t help but imagine what other women we’d love to see land their own late-night shows. There are so many genius female comics out there who don’t get the exposure they deserve.

From a Real Housewives mogul to a YouTube star and some of our favorite comedians, here are just a few of the amazing women we think deserve their own late-night show.