The Late Show with Stephen Colbert will air live shows following the 2016 Presidential Debates – which makes sense because Colbert’s live shows during the Republican and Democratic Conventions wer his sharpest efforts to date.
Details follow the jump.
“THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT” TO BROADCAST THREE LIVE SHOWS FOLLOWING THE PRESIDENTIAL AND VICE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES
Live Broadcasts Scheduled for Monday, Sept. 26, and Wednesday, Oct. 19, Following the Presidential Debates, and Tuesday, Oct. 4, Following the Vice Presidential Debate
THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT will broadcast three live shows following the upcoming presidential and vice presidential debates. THE LATE SHOW will air live Monday, Sept. 26 (11:35 PM, live ET/delayed PT) following the first presidential debate, Tuesday, Oct. 4 (11:35 PM, live ET/delayed PT) following the vice presidential debate, and Wednesday, Oct. 19 (11:35 PM, live ET/delayed PT) after coverage of the third presidential debate. Colbert will host each night live from the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York. The guest lineup and additional information will be made available as details are confirmed.
THE LATE SHOW’s live broadcasts during the recent Republican and Democratic National Conventions earned strong ratings and critical acclaim, and generated “The Late Show’s” two biggest viral clips to date, with Jon Stewart’s guest appearance and Laura Benanti’s impersonation of Melania Trump.
THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT, a production of The Late Show Inc., airs weeknights on the CBS Television Network. Stephen Colbert, Chris Licht, Tom Purcell and Jon Stewart are the executive producers.