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CBS to Replace James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ With Stephen Colbert-Backed ‘@midnight’ Reboot - Hollywood Reporter

CBS to Replace James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ With Stephen Colbert-Backed ‘@midnight’ Reboot - Hollywood Reporter

CBS to Replace James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ With Stephen Colbert-Backed ‘@midnight’ Reboot - Hollywood Reporter
Feb 08, 2023 52 secs

Stephen Colbert, who hosts The Late Show for the network, is on board as executive producer of the revived program that aired 600 episodes on Comedy Central before signing off in August 2017.

@midnight, which launched in October 2013, aired Mondays through Thursdays on the basic-cable network, with host Chris Hardwick asking internet-themed questions to three comedian guests.

Hardwick is not expected to have direct involvement in the new iteration of@midnight, which hails from Funny or Die and won two Emmys for creative achievement in interactive media social TV experience over the course of its initial run.

Aside from The Late Show, Colbert’s other producing credits currently include Tooning Out the News and Hell of A Week With Charlamagne Tha God, both airing on Comedy Central, which, like CBS, is owned by Paramount Global.

Additionally, Showtime’s Desus & Mero and TBS’ Full Frontal With Samantha Bee ended their runs in 2022.

Last April, Corden explained on his show that he always saw hosting the program as “an adventure” that he didn’t expect to last his entire career.

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