James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ Set For April 27 CBS Sign-Off

James Corden aims to leave the late-night stage in a big way. CBS plans to broadcast the last hour of its The Late Late Show, which Corden has hosted since March of 2015, on Thursday, April 27, and will add a primetime special that night to help mark the occasion. Tom Cruise will reunite with Corden for one big sketch to air during the primetime special.

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

The comedic game show originally signed off in August 2017 after airing 600 episodes on Comedy Central.

CBS Mulls Replacing James Corden With Panel Show After Exit

When James Corden cuts ties with CBS’s Late Late Show next year, he may leave with more than people expected. CBS is considering replacing Corden’s distinct program with a multi-host panel, according to three people familiar with the matter, a sign of how latenight is changing as viewers sample the best of the programs via social media rather than watching them in their wee-hours’ time slot. Corden has decided to leave The Late Late Show in the spring of 2023.

CBS Pushes Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ Debut Back

‘Late Late Show’ Announces 10 Guest Hosts

James Corden is getting quite the opening act — 15 of ‘em, to be exact — before he takes over as host of The Late Late Show on Monday, March 9, 2015. CBS on Wednesday announced a roster of guest hosts that will fill the gap between Craig Ferguson’s exit — slated for Dec. 19 — and Corden’s debut.

Craig Ferguson Poised To Re-Up At CBS

As part of the pact that would run through 2014, the Late Late Show host is poised to move his CBS series to a larger stage at TV City.

‘Dancing’ White Powder Deemed Harmless

White powder keeps cropping up in mail sent to shows and celebrities working at CBS Television City in Los Angeles. A hazardous materials team within the L.A. Police Dept. determined that — like those before it — the latest powder, sent to Dancing With the Stars, was a benign substance.