Who’s on late-night TV tonight, June 13, 2022?

Halsey (Photo by Kevork S. Djansezian/Getty Images)
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Late-night TV is back this week, starting Monday with shows across the board promising new episodes. Here’s a rundown of who’s on late-night TV tonight.

Summer is the season of blockbusters and music festivals. The guest lineups around late-night reflects that as some of the biggest names in Hollywood and music look to close out Monday on a high note.

Stephen Colbert’s guests tonight include an actor and a politician

Fans know that The Late Show with Stephen Colbert will start with a breakdown of the January 6 hearings. Stephen Colbert likely has a lot to say about what we’ve learned regarding President Donald Trump’s final days in office.

But when it comes time for the guests, things will get a change of pace to start. Actor Bryan Cranston will be the first to join Colbert. He’ll discuss his new comedy Jerry & Marge Go Large, coming to Paramount+ on June 17.

Then, Senator Raphael Warnock visits the show. The Democrat from Georgia will face off against Republican challenger Herschel Walker this November.

Who’s on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon tonight?

Over on NBC, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon also has an impressive lineup on deck. First up, singer and actor Halsey will chat with Jimmy Fallon.

Halsey is coming off a performance at the New York Governors Ball festival. A music video for the single “So Good” recently went live.

Then, comedian Larry Wilmore stops by the show. The Daily Show contributor currently hosts the “Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air” podcast via the Ringer network.

Muna serves as the musical guest. The band’s self-titled album will be released on June 24. Their recent singles include “Home by Now” and a cover of Britney Spears’ “Sometimes” for the film Fire Island.

Who’s on Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight?

Jimmy Kimmel has been pulling double duty on game nights during the NBA Finals. His 11:35 p.m. show will be worth the wait for the guest lineup.

Things start off with Kevin Bacon. The actor always has a lot of projects going on to promote. He’s among the stars of They/Them, a horror film coming to Peacock on August 5.

Then, Kimmel will talk with comedian Mike Epps. His Netflix special Mike Epps: Indiana Mike was released earlier this year. He played Richard Pryor in Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty, and is among the all-star cast of the upcoming comedy You People.

The musical guest will be Ben Harper.

Who’s on Late Night with Seth Meyers tonight?

Late Night with Seth Meyers is another show that will focus heavily on the January 6 hearings. However, expect something a little different when it comes to the guests.

Actor Christine Baranski starts things off. She recently wrapped up season 1 of the HBO drama The Gilded Age.

Then, actor Matthew Goode joins Seth Meyers. Goode plays film producer Robert Evans in the Paramount+ miniseries The Offer about the making of The Godfather.

Jewel joins the show as the musical guest. Earlier this year, she released the album Freewheelin’ Woman.

Who’s on The Late Late Show with James Corden tonight?

With James Corden saying goodbye to The Late Late Show roughly a year from now, every show is worth checking out. It doesn’t hurt that the show can boast lineups like the one set for tonight.

Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone will sit down with James Corden. The husband-and-wife comedy team can be seen in the upcoming Netflix comedy series God’s Favorite Idiot.

Rufus Wainwright will be tonight’s musical guest. Last week, he released the album Rufus Does Judy at Capitol Studios featuring Judy Garland covers.

Who’s on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah tonight?

Over on Comedy Central, Trevor Noah welcomes Ayo Edebiri to The Daily Show. Edebiri currently serves as a writer and voice actor on the animated series Big Mouth.

Next, she’ll play a main role in the FX series The Bear starting June 23.

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