Season 54

Episode Guide

6/19/2022: 60 Minutes Presents – Working Dads

S54 E42
Jun 19, 2022
Secretary Pete Buttigieg; Architect goes blind, says he's gotten better at his job; Michael Keaton

6/19/2022: Londongrad, Democracy Lost, Trevor Noah

S54 E41
Jun 19, 2022
How the U.K. became a laundromat for Russian oligarchs’ dirty money; How Daniel Ortega tossed democracy aside to maintain power in Nicaragua; Trevor Noah: The 60 Minutes Interview

6/12/2022: Wrongful Detainees; Headlines, Deadlines, Bottom Lines; Rita Moreno

S54 E40
Jun 12, 2022
Americans wrongfully detained by foreign governments; Financial firms gutting some local newsrooms; Rita Moreno speaks with Bill Whitaker

6/5/2022: The Longest Running Oil Spill, Canada’s Unmarked Graves, Carnegie Heroes

S54 E39
Jun 05, 2022
Containing the longest-running oil spill in U.S. history; The dark legacy of Canada's residential schools, where thousands of children died; What's in the heads of heroes?

5/29/2022: High Velocity, The Green River Drift, Caligula’s Gardens

S54 E38
May 29, 2022
Why do mass shooters choose the AR-15 style rifle; Riding along on the Green River Drift; Uncovering Caligula's gardens.

5/22/2022: 60 Minutes Presents – Cheers!

S54 E37
May 22, 2022
Europe’s wine industry being altered by climate change; Inside the English pub's comeback from COVID.

5/22/2022: In Short Supply, Hope Chicago, Jonas Kaufmann

S54 E36
May 22, 2022
Life-saving generic drugs with low profit margins getting harder to procure; Students and parents from five Chicago high schools getting sent to college for free; Opera star Jonas Kaufmann speaks with Norah O’Donnell

5/15/2022: Bellingcat, Sharswood

S54 E35
May 15, 2022
How Bellingcat is using social media to track alleged Russian war crimes in Ukraine; Man unknowingly buys former plantation house where his ancestors were enslaved

5/8/2022: Mark Esper, Crisis, Ballet in Exile

S54 E34
May 08, 2022
Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper talks with Norah O’Donnell; U.S. kids grappling with mental health crisis made worse by the pandemic; Russia’s invasion of Ukraine scrambles global ballet community into action.

5/1/2022: Harvest of War, Eurovision, Birds Aren’t Real

S54 E33
May 01, 2022
The war in Ukraine’s effect on the world’s food supply; Inside Eurovision, the European song contest that draws an audience of more than 180 million; Birds Aren’t Real, the conspiracy theory that satirizes conspiracy theories.

4/24/2022: Director of the FBI, Examining the bin Laden Papers, Mayor Adams

S54 E32
Apr 24, 2022
FBI Director Christopher Wray talks with Scott Pelley; Examining the documents seized from Osama bin Laden’s compound; New York City Mayor Eric Adams on his approach to crime, COVID restrictions, and his self-described “swagger.”

4/17/2022: Shields Up, Running Volkswagen, eVTOLs

S54 E31
Apr 17, 2022
U.S. officials warn about potential Russian cyberattacks on American soil; CEO Herbert Diess on the future of Volkswagen; Companies racing to develop eVTOL “air taxis”

4/10/2022: President Zelenskyy, Bitcoin Beach

S54 E30
Apr 10, 2022
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy speaks with Scott Pelley in Kyiv; El Salvador town embracing bitcoin as currency.

4/3/2022: City of Lions, Londongrad, Laurie Anderson

S54 E29
Apr 03, 2022
Hospitals and health care workers under attack in Ukraine; How the U.K. became a laundromat for Russian oligarchs’ dirty money; Laurie Anderson on her unique work and life

3/27/2022: Talking to the Past, One Small Step

S54 E28
Mar 27, 2022
Holocaust survivors able to share their stories after death thanks to AI project; New oral history project records conversations between people with opposing political views.

3/20/2022: Economic Shock and Awe, Through the Roof, Sue Bird

S54 E27
Mar 20, 2022
Understanding the economic sanctions against Russia; Lack of new construction and corporate landlords contributing to skyrocketing rent; Sue Bird looks back before her 19th WNBA season

3/13/2022: Voting Rights and Wrongs, Secretary Pete, Ted Lasso

S54 E26
Mar 13, 2022
In Wisconsin, a political battle over the 2020 vote still rages; Pete Buttigieg and the great American infrastructure upgrade; Behind the scenes of “Ted Lasso.”

3/6/2022: Platform 4, State of the Pandemic, Flying Blind

S54 E25
Mar 06, 2022
Ukrainian refugees reaching Polish train station share their stories; the state of the coronavirus pandemic; legally blind, 15-year-old freeride skier Jacob Smith

2/27/2022: The Grid, Wrongful Detainees, Headlines, Deadlines & Bottom Lines

S54 E24
Feb 27, 2022
How secure is America’s electric grid; Americans detained by foreign governments; Financial firms gutting local newsrooms

2/20/2022: The Front, Targeting Americans

S54 E23
Feb 20, 2022
Inside Ukraine as it faces Russia; “Havana Syndrome” cases on U.S. soil

60 Minutes Presents: Cheers!

S54 E22
Feb 13, 2022
Europe’s wine industry being altered by climate change; Inside the English pub's comeback from COVID.

2/6/2022: Death in Training, Breaking Point, Canada's Unmarked Graves

S54 E21
Feb 06, 2022
Investigating military vehicle training deaths; Shorthanded hospitals pushed to brink by COVID; The dark legacy of Canada's residential schools

1/30/2022: A 60 Minutes Wildlife Tour

S54 E20
Jan 30, 2022
The Atlantic great white shark's comeback; The return of wolves to Yellowstone Park; Saving memories of animals with Joel Sartore's Photo Ark

1/16/2022: The Betrayal, Chris Stapleton

S54 E18
Jan 16, 2022
Investigating who betrayed Anne Frank and her family to the Nazis; Chris Stapleton on his life and career

1/9/2022: The Big Quit, One Small Step, The Kicker

S54 E17
Jan 09, 2022
What’s making Americans quit their jobs in record numbers; Conversations spanning the political spectrum; The gridiron’s loneliest warrior: The Kicker

1/2/2022: The Ritchie Boys

S54 E16
Jan 02, 2022
The full story of a secret U.S. WWII military intelligence unit bolstered by German-born Jews

12/26/2021: Weather & Wine, Drawing Truth to Power

S54 E15
Dec 26, 2021
Europe's wine industry being altered by climate change; Badiucao: The 60 Minutes Interview

12/19/2021: "The Beast," America's Dirty Secret, Trevor Noah

S54 E14
Dec 19, 2021
The historic, devastating December 10-11 tornado outbreak; Americans lacking access to proper sewage disposal; Trevor Noah: The 60 Minutes Interview

12/12/2021: Negotiating With the Taliban, Let There Be Light, An Island Off an Island

S54 E13
Dec 12, 2021
Inside Afghanistan after U.S. withdrawal; The James Webb Space Telescope; Fogo Island's comeback story

12/5/2021: Reality Winner, China's Next Revolution?, Gucci

S54 E12
Dec 05, 2021
Reality Winner: The 60 Minutes Interview; Xi Jinping's capitalism rollback in China; Inside Alessandro Michele's Gucci fashion house

11/28/2021: Hazing, Saving the Mountain Gorillas, Rita Moreno

S54 E11
Nov 28, 2021
The hazing of Washington State University freshman Sam Martinez; Saving Rwanda's mountain gorillas; Rita Moreno: The 60 Minutes Interview

11/21/2021: Reimagining Police, Supersonic, Caligula's Gardens

S54 E10
Nov 21, 2021
How Austin is leading the nation in police reform; Startups, NASA pursuing supersonic commercial flight; Roman parking garage excavation uncovers Caligula's gardens

11/14/2021: Freight Expectations, Andrew Sullivan, The Get Back Sessions

S54 E9
Nov 14, 2021
Bill Whitaker follows the U.S.' struggling supply chain; Scott Pelley speaks with Andrew Sullivan; The making of the Beatles' "Let It Be"

11/7/2021: The Second Amendment Preservation Act, The Longest Running Oil Spill, Carnegie Heroes

S54 E8
Nov 07, 2021
New Missouri state law effectively ends local enforcement of federal gun laws; Containing the longest-running oil spill in U.S. history; What's in the heads of heroes?

10/31/2021: Democracy Lost, A New Model, The Future of Sapiens

S54 E7
Oct 31, 2021
How Daniel Ortega tossed democracy aside to maintain power in Nicaragua; A new model of architecture with communities in mind; Yuval Noah Harari on the power of data, artificial intelligence and the future of the human race

10/24/2021: Prince v. Spy, Running Dry, Michael Keaton

S54 E6
Oct 24, 2021
A former Saudi official's warning about MBS; The Colorado River Basin, ravaged by drought, plans for a drier future; And, Michael Keaton on his career, the characters he's played and suiting back up as Batman

10/17/2021: Robert Gates, The Green River Drift, Whither Ye Olde English Pub

S54 E5
Oct 17, 2021
Robert Gates on Afghanistan, his disagreements with President Biden and polarization in the U.S.; Riding along on the Green River Drift, the longest-running cattle drive left in America; Inside the English pub's comeback from COVID

10/10/2021: Deepfakes, 1,000 Children, Deep Springs

S54 E4
Oct 10, 2021
How synthetic media, or deepfakes, could soon change our world; Reuniting families separated at the border; Deep Springs College: Higher education on a remote ranch

10/3/2021: The Facebook Whistleblower, Unforgiven, The Final Act

S54 E3
Oct 03, 2021
Facebook whistleblower speaks to 60 Minutes; Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program not living up to its name; Despite his Alzheimer's, Tony Bennett prepares to perform with Lady Gaga

9/26/2021: Take the Fight to the Night, Rep. Liz Cheney, King of the Deep

S54 E2
Sep 26, 2021
Bill Whitaker reports on the largest helicopter to ever fight fires at night; Liz Cheney tells Lesley Stahl about running for re-election as an anti-Trump Republican in Wyoming; Sharyn Alfonsi talks to Alexey Molchanov about reaching the top of his sport by diving hundreds of feet into the ocean with just one deep breath

60 Minutes remembers 9.11: The FDNY

S54 E1
Sep 12, 2021
On September 11, 2001, 343 members of the Fire Department of New York perished while trying to rescue people trapped in the World Trade Center. Scott Pelley speaks with firefighters who were there that day and the loved ones of those who never made it home.