- James Corden's late night talk show is ending soon
- The network actually won't be finding a new host
- They will replace The Late Late Show with a game show
James Corden's The Late Late Show to be replaced by... a game show reboot.
Vulture reports that CBS has decided to replace The Late Late Show With James Corden with a reboot of Comedy Central's @midnight.
After eight years, Corden was preparing to wind down his role as the show's host, leaving many wondering who would take over after his departure.
James Corden explained why he's leaving his talk show
"It's been, it's a really hard decision to leave because I'm so immensely proud of the show," said James Corden, via Deadline.
"I always thought I'd do it for five years and then leave, and then I stayed on," he added.
According to a February 7 Deadline report, CBS decided to go in a different direction entirely with the show's time slot.
The @midnight reboot: The first details
Stephen Colbert has reportedly been tapped to executive-produce a revival of @midnight along with Funny or Die, which created the original show.
Vulture reports that Chris Hardwick, the host of the original show, is not involved with the upcoming @midnight reboot.
The original show, when it appeared on Comedy Central from 2013 to 2017, featured a panel of three comedians, actors and writers improvising joke responses.
The show also included interactive elements like "Hashtag Wars" where people on Twitter would play along with the contestants...
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