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TV TALK SHOWS
Mon, May 25: Tonight Show Staff Favorites: Ariana Grande, Paul McCartney, Blake Shelton, and more.
Tue, May 26: Tonight Show Staff Favorites: Jennifer Lopez, Michelle Obama, Brad Pitt, and more.
Wed, May 27: Tonight Show Staff Favorites: Bruce Springsteen, Jamie Foxx, Will Ferrell, and more.
Thu, May 28: Tonight Show Staff Favorites: Kevin Hart, Justin Timberlake, Amy Poehler, and more.
Fri, May 29: Tonight Show Staff Favorites: Miley Cyrus, Barack Obama, Steve Carell, and more.
Mon, May 25: Stephen Colbert from home; CBS News’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook; Cate Blanchett
Tue, May 26: Stephen Colbert from home; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo; musical performance by Christine and the Queens
Wed, May 27: Stephen Colbert from home; Anderson Cooper; musical performance by Mark Foster
Thu, May 28: Stephen Colbert from home; Thandie Newton; Ina Garten; special appearance by John Mulaney
Fri, May 29: Stephen Colbert from home; Trevor Noah; musical performance by Willie, Lukas and Micah Nelson
Mon, May 25: 1. Bill Murray at 11:35 p.m. EDT 1. Stephen Curry at 12:35 a.m. EDT
Tue, May 26: 1. Lisa Kudrow 2. Musical Guest Jacob Collier with Ty Dolla $ign & Mahalia
Wed, May 27: 1. Howie Mandel
Thu, May 28: 1. Dakota Johnson
Fri, May 29: 1. Sean Penn
Mon, May 25: Guest Keegan-Michael Key is a comedian and actor, best known for his comedy sketch show "Key & Peele.
Tue, May 26: Guest Russell Brand is a comedian, actor, and author. His weekly podcast, "Under The Skin," is avaialable now on Luminary.
Wed, May 27: Guest Julia Louis-Dreyfus stars in "Downhill," now available on VOD.
Thu, May 28: Guest Lin-Manuel Miranda recently launched apparel with his Teerico brand to raise money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’s COVID-19 Emergency Fund, available for purchase on the Teerico website.
Mon, May 25: Day Drinking with Retta. Guests Andy Cohen, Retta and Ta-Nehisi Coates. Darren King sits-in with the 8G Band.
Tue, May 26: Day Drinking with Kelly Clarkson. Guests Rachel Maddow, Dylan McDermott and musical guest Rita Ora. Nikki Glaspie sits-in with the 8G Band.
Wed, May 27: Day Drinking with Ina Garten. Guests Ice T and Paul Schrader. Tucker Rule sits-in with the 8G Band.
Thu, May 28: Day Drinking with Rihanna. Guests Aubrey Plaza and Louie Anderson. Jessica Burdeaux sits-in with the 8G Band.
Fri, May 29: Day Drinking with Jonas Brothers. Guests Aidy Bryant and Rep. Eric Swalwell. Adam Marcello sits-in with the 8G Band.
Mon, May 25: Carpool Karaoke with Billie Eilish; Mariah Carey Christmas Takeover; comedy with the cast of CATS, featuring Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, Rebel Wilson, Jason Derulo and Francesca Hayward, plus Andrew Lloyd Webber and director Tom Hooper
Tue, May 26: Constance Wu; Neil Patrick Harris; musical performance by Sheryl Crow
Wed, May 27: Helen Hunt; Ron Funches; musical performance by Dave East
Thu, May 28: Jay Duplass; Alexandra Daddario; stand-up comedy performance by Noah Gardenswartz
Fri, May 29: Jamie Lee Curtis; Thomas Middleditch; musical performance by Pardison Fontaine featuring Offset
Mon, May 25: Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) joined by her husband, John Bessler, who recently recovered from COVID-19; Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds on his recent battle with the coronavirus
Tue, May 26: Terry Crews (“America’s Got Talent”); “View Your Deal” with hottest items at affordable prices
Wed, May 27: Zach Braff and Donald Faison (Podcast, “Fake Doctors, Real Friends”)
Thu, May 28: Dr. Michael Osterholm (director, Center of Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota)
Fri, May 29: The Political View with Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA); Ice Cube (“The High Note”)
Mon, May 25: “The [email protected]” continues with actress Marcia Gay Harden; Dr. Andrew Ordon (CBS’ THE DOCTORS); news anchor Chris Wragge, WCBS-TV, New York guest co-hosts
Tue, May 26: Actor Luke Wilson; actress Lauren Lapkus; news anchor Ukee Washington, KYW-TV, Philadelphia guest co-hosts
Wed, May 27: Host Keegan-Michael Key with team captains Venus Williams and Rob “Gronk” Gronkowski (CBS’ GAME ON!); news anchor Irika Sargent, WBBM-TV, Chicago guest co-hosts
Thu, May 28: Actor Billy Gardell (CBS’ Bob Hearts Abishola); host and motivational speaker Iylanla Vanzant; news anchor Elizabeth Cook, KPIX 5, San Francisco guest co-hosts
Fri, May 29: Actor Matthew Morrison; news anchor Pat Harvey, KCBS-TV, Los Angeles guest co-hosts
Mon, May 25: MARK CONSUELOS joins Kelly as guest co-host for the day. Kelly and Mark chat with comedian DAVID SPADE about his role in the film “The Wrong Missy”; singer-songwriter LEANN RIMES performs “There Will Be a Better Day,” and barbecue expert MYRON MIXON shares grilling tips for “Live’s Memorial Day Barbie-Q!”
Tue, May 26: KEEGAN-MICHAEL KEY returns to “Live” to talk about the show “Game On!” MADISON BEER performs the song “Selfish,” and “Live’s Summer Staycation!” begins with designer VERN YIP demonstrating how to get resort turndown service at home.
Wed, May 27: Kelly and Ryan catch up with actor JOSH GAD and speak with him about the film “Artemis Fowl,” and “Live’s Summer Staycation!” continues with backyard fun and games for the whole family with MONICA MANGIN.
Thu, May 28: TRACEE ELLIS ROSS discusses her role in the film “The High Note,” and lifestyle expert DARCY MILLER shows how viewers can virtually tour the world while being at home as part of “Live’s Summer Staycation!”
Fri, May 29: It’s another “Feel Good Friday” with “Live’s At-Home Prom.” Kelly and Ryan enjoy tunes from DJ PAULY D; TikTok star ADDISON RAE joins in on the party, and the band AJR performs the song “Bang!” Also, Kelly and Ryan show highlights of this year’s prom fashions at home and share viewer-submitted stories.
Sun, May 24: GOLDIE HAWN
Mon, May 25: WWHL WITH ANDY COHEN DARK
Tue, May 26: WWHL WITH ANDY COHEN DARK
Wed, May 27: WWHL WITH ANDY COHEN DARK
Thu, May 28: WWHL WITH ANDY COHEN DARK
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.