It’s looking like late-night talk shows may just start going back to normal as both Stephan Colbert and James Corden are working on returning to the studio starting next week. This follows the lengthy recording from home sessions a ton of late-night hosts endured thanks to COVID-19.
Back in July, Conan O’Brian went about hosting his show at LA’s Largo at the Coronet. This marked the first late-night host to steer away from recording the show in their home with varying degrees of quality. Jimmy Fallon followed suit two weeks later.
After lots of careful planning and an overhaul of our studio to ensure the safety of our staff and crew, we’re thrilled to announce that we’re back this Monday night with all-new episodes of the #LateLateShow! pic.twitter.com/fI3asXGyRt
— The Late Late Show with James Corden (@latelateshow) August 7, 2020
Both shows will be a tad bit more awkward as they run without a live studio audience and with less crew members than usual.