The Graham Norton Show will officially return for yet another season very soon.
After the show wrapped up in February, viewers have seen no new content from the British late night king in many months.
However, all that changes as the BBC announced this week that the talk show returns to screens on the 30th of September.
In the UK, viewers can tune in every Friday at 10.35pm for a new episode.
The Huffington Post has reported that the show will see a full return to it’s usual setup since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic. The Graham Norton Show will see a full live audience, as well as the return of the famous red sofa.
Last Christmas, the show was forced to place it’s celebrity guests in separate, socially distanced seats.
Guests planned to make an appearance on the 29th season of the show include Rami Malek and Robbie Williams.
According to YouGov, despite being off the air for some time, the late night talk show remains in the Top 20 most popular shows in the United Kingdom.
Will The Graham Norton Show return to BBC America?
Whilst it has not been officially confirmed, we fully expect The Graham Norton Show to also return to screens in the United States on BBC America.
Norton continues to rival late night favourites, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert with his unique hosting talent.
Keep up to date with the BBC America Twitter page for all the latest on Norton’s expected return across the pond.
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