Worth Watching



Mon, April 15: Guests include Cher and musical guest Cher and The Cher Show cast.

Tue, April 16: Guests include Alex Rodriguez, Ashley Benson and musical guest Jade Bird.

Wed, April 17: Guests include Kate Beckinsale, Ralph Macchio, and Rudy Francisco.

Thu, April 18: Guests include Andy Cohen, Mario, Michael & Marco Andretti and José Andrés.

Fri, April 19: TBA


Mon, April 15: Molly Shannon; Gary Cole; musical performance by Paul Simon; Flipped interview with Trevor Noah

Tue, April 16: Laurie Metcalf; Ramy Youssef; musical performance by Cage the Elephant

Wed, April 17: James Spader; POLITCO’s Anna Palmer & Jake Sherman; musical performance by The Lumineers

Thu, April 18: Samantha Bee; Retta; musical performance by Spiritualized

Fri, April 19: Robert De Niro; Beth Behrs, from the CBS comedy “The Neighborhood”

Mon, April 15: 1. Dax Shepard (“Bless This Mess”) 2. Linda Cardellini (“The Curse of La Llorona”) 3. Musical Guest Weezer

Tue, April 16: 1. Martin Short 2. Katie Stevens (“The Bold Type”) 3. Musical Guest Christine and the Queens

Wed, April 17: 1. Gina Rodriguez (“Someone Great”) 2. Isaac Hempstead Wright (“Game of Thrones”) 3. Musical Guest Rüfüs Du Sol

Thu, April 18: 1. Lionel Richie (“American Idol”) 2. Sharon Horgan (“Catastrophe”) 3. Musical Guest Lizzo

Fri, April 19: TBD

Mon, April 15: Guest Taylor Schilling is an Emmy-nominated actress known for her role in "Orange is the New Black." Her new film “Family” hits theaters on April 19.

Tue, April 16: Guest Taylor Tomlinson made her late night stand-up debut on CONAN in 2017. Her Netflix special, "The Comedy Lineup," is available now.

Wed, April 17: Guest Jim Jefferies is a comedian, actor, and writer. He hosts "The Jim Jefferies Show," which airs Tuesdays at 10:30pm on Comedy Central.

Thu, April 18: Guest Bill Hader is the co-creator and Emmy-winning star of the HBO series "Barry"

Mon, April 15: Guests Tracy Morgan, Willie Geist and musical guest Ingrid Andress.

Tue, April 16: Guests Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Mark Hamill and Artist Ashley Longshore.

Wed, April 17: Guests Hank Azaria, Melissa Fumero and Brandon Maxwell.

Thu, April 18: Special 90-minute episode to give context to the redacted version of the Mueller report becoming public earlier in the day. In analyzing the Mueller report in “Late Night’s” unique way, the show will feature Meyers’ popular “A Closer Look” segment. In addition, “Saturday Night Live” cast member Leslie Jones will join Meyers for “Game of Jones” as the two watch and discuss the latest episode of “Game of Thrones” together.

Fri, April 19: Guests Senator Kamala Harris, Henry Winkler and Conleth Hill. Aaron Comess sits-in with the 8G Band.

Mon, April 15: Guests include Rachel Taylor with musical guest Morgxn and guest Ami Ameen.

Tue, April 16: Guests include Pablo Schreiber with musical guest Robert Delong and guest Madeline Brewer.

Wed, April 17: Guests include Machine Gun Kelly with musical guest Parquet Courts and guest Karley Sciortino.

Thu, April 18: Guests include Henry Rollins with musical guest Snail Mail and guest Sarah Grey.

Fri, April 19: Guests include Tom Green with musical guest Shaed and guest Lyric Lewis.

Mon, April 15: Model Karlie Kloss; actor Max Minghella; musical performance by Sean Paul + J Balvin

Tue, April 16: Actor Rob Lowe; actress Elle Fanning; musical performance by Blood Orange

Wed, April 17: Actor Seth MacFarlane; actress Linda Cardellini; musical performance by The 1975

Thu, April 18: Actor Andrew Garfield; actress Lake Bell; musical performance by Blackpink

Fri, April 19: Actor Billy Crystal; actress Sarah Chalke; musical performance by Buddy

Mon, April 15: Aidy Bryant (“Shrill”)

Tue, April 16: Priyanka Chopra Jonas (“If I Could Tell You Just One Thing”); The Political View with Preet Bharara (“Doing Justice: A Prosecutor’s Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law”)

Wed, April 17: The Political View with former Democratic candidate for Governor of Georgia Stacey Abrams (“Lead from the Outside: How to Build Your Future and Make Real Change”)

Thu, April 18: Mary J. Blige (“The Umbrella Academy”); Michael Strahan and former “The View” co-host Sara Haines (ABC’s “Strahan & Sara”); a performance by the cast of Broadway’s “Beautiful”

Fri, April 19: The Political View with Representative Tim Ryan (D-OH); Taraji P. Henson (“The Best of Enemies”)

Mon, April 15: Actress Brittany Snow discusses her new film; news anchor Pat Harvey of KCBS-TV, Los Angeles guest co-hosts

Tue, April 16: Actor Rick Fox discusses his television film

Wed, April 17: Actress Chrissy Metz discusses her film “Breakthrough”

Thu, April 18: Game show host Drew Carey discusses “The Price Is Right: Kids Week”; actress Tichina Arnold (CBS’ THE NEIGHBORHOOD guest co-hosts

Fri, April 19: Television personality Jack Osbourne discusses his new show; actress Tichina Arnold (CBS’ THE NEIGHBORHOOD guest co-hosts

Mon, April 15: ANDY COHEN joins Kelly as co-host this morning. ED HELMS talks about the Disneynature documentary “Penguins,” and ATO ESSANDOH speaks about the series “The Code.” Plus, every day this week, “Live” will feature a special preview of the 2019 New York International Auto Show with “Live’s New York Auto Show Week.” Today kicks off with “fun and fast” cars.

Tue, April 16: MARK HAMILL discusses the series “Knightfall,” and “Bless This Mess” star LAKE BELL visits. Also, Kelly and Ryan highlight the newest sedans during “Live’s New York Auto Show Week.”

Wed, April 17: “Family” star TAYLOR SCHILLING stops by, and actress TRACY POLLAN whips up a dish from her cookbook, “Mostly Plants.” And Kelly and Ryan check out the latest electric cars as part of “Live’s New York Auto Show Week.”

Thu, April 18: The hosts welcome “The Neighborhood” star BETH BEHRS, and JAMES BROLIN chats about the series “Life in Pieces.” Plus, “Live’s New York Auto Show Week” continues with a spotlight on this year’s hottest SUVs and crossovers.

Fri, April 19: “Billions” star ASIA KATE DILLON drops by, and “Live’s New York Auto Show Week” wraps up with a look at “rugged yet refined” cars.



Tue, April 16: LISA RINNA and CIARA



Unusual Find

A&E’s 60 Days In (Thursdays 10/9c) goes inside Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail, one of the most dangerous facilities in the country, where everyday people go undercover posing as inmates. This season, one of the participants goes “full inmate,” blowing their cover and turning the entire program on its head. Faced with rampant drug problems, a powerful gang population and the constant threat of violence, this is one wild look inside prison walls.