James Corden Doesn’t Want Carpool Karaoke to Become Overexposed

Norman Weiss
TV Tattle

James Corden doesn’t want Carpool Karaoke to become overexposed

As CBS airs tonight's The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special, Corden says he realizes that he quickly can burn out on his famous comedy bit. In the month of February alone, with CBS airing the Super Bowl, Corden did Carpool Karaokes with Elton John, Sia and Chris Martin. "Now, for us, it’s mostly about protecting it and not doing it too much,” Corden tells Time magazine. "We’ve only done 11. We could do one every week, if we wanted to, but we don’t. To stagger it so it always feels fresh. The two things we think are: They have to have enough hits, and there are so many brilliant artists who I’d love to ride around in a car with, but you have to have enough hits to ride around in a car for 10 or 12 minutes. And I have to be a fan. I have to go, 'Oh my God.' Because that’s part of the joyfulness of it, that this is someone I love and respect."


NBC is considering a female-led Blacklist spinoff, starring Famke Janssen

The May 12 episode of The Blacklist will be used as a backdoor pilot, with Janssen’s character Susan “Scottie” Halsted introduced the previous week. According to TV Line, Blacklist regular Ryan Eggold may have a big role on the spinoff.


A new artist will sing One Shining Moment to wrap up this year's NCAA tournament

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Will Melissa Joan Hart star in a reboot of Sabrina, The Teenage Witch or Clarissa Explains It All?

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Comedy Central renews Tosh.0, Review and Drunk History, extends Not Safe With Nikki Glaser

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People Magazine Investigates is coming to Investigation Discovery

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Shark Week kicks off on June 26: Watch the trippy first promo

“Shark n’ awe” is this year's theme.


TNT announces premiere dates for Rizzoli & Isles’ last season and the return of Major Crimes

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Another Bunheads alum is headed to the Gilmore Girls revival

Stacey Oristano will become third Bunheads alum to join Amy Sherman-Palladino’s other TV series.


An oral history of The State is coming out

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BBC America has found its Dirk Gently

British actor Samuel Barnett will play the lead detective role opposite Elijah Wood in the eight-episode series based on Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.


Geraldo Rivera unveiled his Donald Trump impression before he was booted off Dancing with the Stars

Geraldo dressed up as The Donald for his final dance.