Happy Thanksgiving week late night television fans! Let’s give thanks for brand new shows during this holiday week, including the Tonight Show and Late Night which will be providing new programming on Thanksgiving night.
On Thanksgiving, it’ll be more like Christmas with the Tonight Show airing a new episode featuring an appearance by Brian Regan. The most popular touring comedian of his era, Brian Regan will be sitting down for a Thanksgiving interview with Jimmy Fallon. It may be the holidays, but Brian is not taking any time off. As always, he’s currently on tour with dates coming up in the Mid-West in Canada before his tour bus heads west for the new year. For all dates and ticket information, go to BrianRegan.com.
Also on Thanksgiving, Late Night on NBC will be airing its annual tradition, the Seth Meyers Family Thanksgiving show. Each year, Seth Meyers hosts his brother Josh Meyers, and his parents Hilary & Larry Meyers. The Meyers get together for holiday games and to share Thanksgiving stories. It’s just like your family Thanksgiving, except it’s on national television.
Conan O’Brien will be like a lot Americans and traveling Thanksgiving week. He’ll be hitting Italy, Japan, Greenland and Ghana. Team Coco will be replaying episodes from the “Conan Without Borders” series where Conan O’Brien, Andy Richter and crew travel the globe on adventures around the world. Check the full listings below to see where Conan will be on each night this week.
On another programming note, the Comedy Central late night shows will be taking the week off. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and Lights Out with David Spade will be airing Best Of episodes.
On Monday night, it’ll be worth staying up a little late, for A Little Late with Lilly Singh on NBC. Her guests will be the cast of “Silicon Valley“. The HBO series is currently in its 6th and final season before wrapping up for good. Thomas Middleditch, Martin Starr, Zach Woods and Amanda Crew will all be sitting down with Lilly Singh on Monday night.
Wednesday night, Mike Birbiglia is a guest on the Late Late Show with James Corden. Birbiglia will be appearing to discuss his latest special, “Mike Birbiglia: The New One” which premieres on Netflix and will be available for streaming on Tuesday of this week.
This weekend, late night, much like your own lives, will be filled with leftovers. Saturday Night Live is taking the week off for the holiday and will air the episode hosted by by “Stranger Things” star David Harbour with musical guest Camila Cabello from October 12, 2019.
Enjoy your holiday by staying up late this week and be sure to give thanks for your television.