Taylor Tomlinson is gearing up for the premiere of her new, late-night show After Midnight on CBS on Tuesday night.
The series, which replaces The Late Late Show with James Corden, has now unveiled its first week’s line-up of guests that will compete on the game show.
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Whitney Cummings, Aparna Nancherla, who has appeared on series including Corporate and has written for Late Night with Seth Meyers, and Kurt Braunohler, who hosted IFC’s comedy game show Bunk, will appear on the first show on Tuesday, January 16. This episode will also be repeated on Friday night.
Paul F. Tompkins, Sophie Buddle and Carl Tart will appear on Wednesday, followed by The Neighborhood star Max Greenfield, Ike Barinholtz and Robby Hoffman on Thursday.
The series, which is based on the old Comedy Central format, will feature moments that have been setting the internet ablaze that day.
Jack Martin, who was the showrunner of all four seasons of @midnight, will serve as co-showrunner alongside Eric Pierce, who has exec produced series including CBS’ The Challenge: USA and The Wheel.
The duo will exec produce alongside Stephen Colbert, Carrie Byalick, president of Colbert’s Spartina Industries, Tom Purcell, an exec producer on The Late Show, Colbert’s wife Evelyn McGee Colbert and his manager James Dixon of Dixon Talent as well as Joe Farrell, Mike Farah, Whitney Hodack and Henry R. Muñoz III from Funny Or Die and Jason U. Nadler of Serious Business, who co-created @midnight, is also an executive producer.
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