Late night TV has some serious star power this week

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Some of the biggest names in entertainment will be featured on late night TV this week

Late night TV really swings into the holiday season this week. Across the board, shows will be giving fans the gift of seeing their favorite celebrities from throughout the entertainment industry.

It hasn’t always been easy for late night TV when it comes to guest lineups in 2020. Delays and stoppages in production meant that there weren’t as many television shows, movies, or concerts to promote.

Late night responded by getting creative and making the most of the situation. Whether it was Jimmy Kimmel Live! bringing in guest hosts or Conan finding unique ways to conduct Zoom interviews, fans were still entertained and got to see their favorite stars in a much different way.

Things are slowly but surely getting back to normal as we look towards 2021. Streaming services like Netflix and HBO Max are ready to release major movies and some of music’s biggest names have released new albums.

This means that late night TV will once again be the best place to promote these projects. No matter which show is your favorite, chances are that you’ll see at least one A-list celebrity this week.

Here is a breakdown of who is coming to each show this week. Be sure to let us know who you’ll be watching.

Late night TV guests this week on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

This week The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is all about Wonder Woman 1984. The next big screen outing for the Amazon arrives in theaters and on HBO Max on Christmas Day.

To help build even more hype, the stars of the movie will be on The Tonight Show all week. Things get started tonight when Diana Prince herself Gal Gadot is the top guest. Read Last Night On’s preview for more info on WW84 week.

If you’re not big into superhero movies, you’ll still have plenty of reasons to tune into The Tonight Show this week.

Ricky Martin will be featured tonight, late night host Graham Norton checks in on Tuesday, and legendary musician Paul McCartney will close out the week on Thursday.