On Thursday night, Colbert will showcase his love for America once again when he welcomes Chicago Blackhawks National Anthem singer Jim Cornelison onto the program. The show will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” and Cornelison will sing for a national television audience.
Colbert also will welcome author Lonn Taylor onto the show, who will be discussing his new book “The Star-Spangled Banner: The Making of an American Icon.”
Source: NBC Chicago.
EPISODE NUMBER: 10151 (September 10, 2014)
GUESTS: Henry Kissinger
SEGMENTS: Intro – 9/10/14 | Obama’s ISIS Speech | Dalai Lama Drama | Tip/Wag – NASA & Trump Entertainment Resorts | The BuyPartisan App | Henry Kissinger | Sign Off – Goodnight
SUIT REPORT: Dark Stripped Suit | White Shirt | Yellow/Silver/Black Stripped Tie
VIDEOS: Wednesday, September 10, 2014
In a phone interview with Deadline, CBS Entertainment chairman Nina Tassler said Corden was picked because, among other qualifications, he and David Letterman’s replacement Stephen Colbert “complement each other.” Where Colbert is known for his razor wit, Corden seduces with cuddliness, though he’s also very sharp. Corden has a gift for physical comedy, a star’s grace in a clown’s body, that gets audiences giddy.
EPISODE NUMBER: 10150 (September 9, 2014)
GUESTS: Jason Segel
STAFF CAMEO: Ariel Dumas
SEGMENTS: Apple Unveils Smartwatch | The Midterm Round Up – The GOP Has Lady Problems | Hometown Hero Town – Detroit | Jason Segel | Sign Off – Jason Segel’s Scott Brown Memorial
SUIT REPORT: Navy Suit | Light Blue Shirt | Light Blue Patterned Tie
VIDEOS: Tuesday, September 9, 2014
“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” will travel to indicted Governor Rick Perry’s home state to broadcast a week of shows covering the upcoming midterm elections. “Democalypse 2014: South by South Mess” will be taped at ZACH Theatre in Austin, TX and air nightly at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT from Monday, October 27 through Thursday, October 30.
ZACH Theatre is located at 202 South Lamar Blvd. Tickets for the tapings will be available only through the show’s Web site, http://thedailyshow.cc.com/tickets, not through the venue’s box office.
“Democalypse 2014: South by South Mess” will feature news and analysis on heated races across the country from host Jon Stewart as well as reports from “The Best F*&#ing News Team Ever!”
Full Press Release: Comedy Central Press.
EPISODE NUMBER: 10149 (September 8, 2014)
GUESTS: John Lithgow
SEGMENTS: Intro – 9/8/14 | William & Kate’s Royal Pregnancy | Waiting Forever for Immigration Reform | Pavlok Fitness Band | John Lithgow | Sign Off – Goodnight
SUIT REPORT: Dark Gray Suit | White Shirt | Black & White Patterned Tie | Shiny Silver Space Suit with Black Shirt
VIDEOS: Monday, September 8, 2014
Hey there Hubsters! Here’s to hoping all your weekends were fantastic, and that we’ll have an enjoyable week of shows ahead of us. As an announcement, due to extra work for my senior year of undergrad (senior thesis, anyone?), I unfortunately have to give up the BKAG posts to keep up with academic assignments. If anyone is interested in taking up the posts, get in touch with Katt at [email protected] The Hub staff are very busy, and would appreciate the addition of a new staff member.
Based on one of the guests this week, I’m expecting a discussion of pressing international issues (particularly unrest in Ukraine, the ebola crisis in West Africa, a conflict that broke out in South Sudan over the weekend between rebels and the government, and more). Of course, we’ve had some interesting news in the US as well, including the stalling of immigration policy reform, new developments in the Michael Brown case, the mysterious crash of an American couple’s plane near Jamaica, request for the Supreme Court to consider state’s rights to outlaw gay marriage, and an American anti-federalist group that is sending a message of complaint to Washington via horseback. As always, let us know what you hope our hosts will discuss in this week’s round of shows!
Stephen’s guests this week are two actors, an author, and an American diplomat.
Jon’s guests this week are a US Senator, a UN official, and an author.
In choosing James Corden on Monday to replace Craig Ferguson as the host of “The Late, Late Show,” CBS seems to be making a statement.
The statement: Nothing mattered more than finding a standout talent for the 12:35 a.m. show; not the fact that Mr. Corden is a virtual unknown in the United States, nor that CBS has again passed over every female comic in the business to add another man to the long roster of late-night stars. (The current tally: 12 men, zero women.)
CBS made the long-anticipated appointment official after concluding extended talks to secure Mr. Corden, an award-winning actor and comedian whose work is most widely known in his native Britain. (Mr. Corden’s prospective selection was mentioned a month ago on the Hollywood trade website, The Wrap.)