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CBS replaces James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ with Stephen Colbert-backed ‘@midnight’ reboot

CBS has found a replacement for her soon-to-be-departing The Late Late Show with James Corden.

The network is set to replace the long-running one Let Let Show franchise featuring a comedy panel game show reboot @midnightconfirm sources The Hollywood Reporter. Stephen Colbert, who hosts The Late Show for CBS, is on board as executive producer of the revived program that aired 600 episodes on Comedy Central before wrapping up in August 2017.

CBS representatives declined to comment.

@midnight, which launched in October 2013, aired Monday through Thursday on the basic cable network, with host Chris Hardwick asking three comedic guests questions about the Internet. Hardwick is not expected to have direct involvement in the new iteration.

Colbert’s other producing credits aside from Late Show currently include Show the news, The daily show And Hell of a week with Charlamagne tha God.

Corden announced in April that he would be stepping down as the show’s host in 2023 to pursue other projects. He has yet to announce an air date for the final episode of his series known for interviewing multiple guests at once and for key segments like “Carpool Karaoke,” which spawned a spin-off series.

This has been a transition time for the late night like The daily show still has no permanent host following Trevor Noah’s departure late last year. In addition, Showtime’s Desus & Mero and TBS’ Full frontal with Samantha Bee ended their runs in 2022.

The late late show first aired on CBS in January 1995 with an outright news focus under host Tom Snyder. Things got more comical with next hosts Craig Kilborn, Craig Ferguson and now Corden.

More to come.

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