Is Jimmy Kimmel Live new tonight, October 15?

Jimmy Kimmel (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
Jimmy Kimmel (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images) /

What should Jimmy Kimmel Live! fans expect to see tonight on ABC?

After taking the summer off, Jimmy Kimmel found himself right back in the thick of things in no time. And with most of late-night television off this week, Jimmy Kimmel Live! has become even more involved in the day’s news.

Kimmel’s competitors Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert have been off this week, leaving the ABC show as the only one of the big three broadcasting new episodes.

The show has responded by delivering hilarious monologues and some entertaining interviews. Last night, Kimmel continued to hammer President Donald Trump for his rallies while also having an insightful chat with actor John Cusack.

Expect more of the same on tonight’s all-new episode. Kimmel’s first guest will be Josh Gad. The actor was one of the guest hosts this summer who filled in for Kimmel. Gad will reprise his Frozen role as Olaf the snowman for Once Upon a Snowman, a short film coming to Disney Plus on Oct. 23.

Next, former Ohio Governor John Kasich will join the show. Gov. Kasich made headlines when, as a Republican, he spoke at the Democratic National Convention.

The show wraps up with a performance by the Foo Fighters. The band delayed plans for their next studio album due to the pandemic.

How to watch Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight

As mentioned, there aren’t too many options tonight when it comes to late-night television. Regardless, Jimmy Kimmel deserves your attention just like he has all year. Here are the details you need to see tonight’s show:

Date: Thursday, Oct. 15
Start Time: 11:35 p.m.
TV Channel: ABC
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on the ABC website or app.

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