Late-night TV is undergoing a spectacular resurgence, now that the actors' strike has come to an end. As we bid farewell to the writers' strike superstars, brace yourselves for a new wave of A-listers gracing the late-night circuit.
This revival is transforming the guest lineups of popular shows such as The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Late Night with Seth Meyers, and The Daily Show. A prime example of this shift unfolded on Friday night as NBC swiftly adjusted its lineup, welcoming Marvel stars Tom Hiddleston and Brie Larson at the last minute. This not only reflects the industry's rapid response but also promises blockbuster interviews for eager fans.
As the second season of Loki concludes tonight and The Marvels hits theaters this weekend, Hiddleston and Larson are seizing the opportunity to discuss their latest Marvel ventures on the late-night circuit.
The excitement doesn't end there; watch out for more big names joining the late-night party in the coming weeks. The stage is set for surprises and star-studded interviews that promise to captivate audiences.
Late-night shows have ingeniously navigated the challenges, consistently booking actors to discuss non-struck work. Brian Cox promotes the Amazon reality series 007: Road to a Million, while Yellowstone star Luke Grimes showcases his musical talents on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Tonight, Jared Leto takes center stage on The Tonight Show, likely regaling audiences with stories of his band 30 Seconds to Mars and a daring stunt scaling the Empire State Building to announce a new tour. Meanwhile, on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Hilary Duff is set to enthrall, discussing the finale of How I Met Your Father and unveiling insights from her new book My Sweet Little Boy.
The end of the actors' strike not only marks a return to business as usual but promises an era of extraordinary late-night entertainment.