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The premiere week of 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' will welcome Scarlett Johansson, Amy Schumer, George Clooney, Kendrick Lamar, and Toby Keith among others.
The former 'Tonight Show' host made some controversial comments during a panel of his upcoming show 'Jay Leno's Garage' at the TCA press tour on Thursday, August 13.
Salma Hayek and Kerry Washington serve as co-hosts at the benefit concert starring Pearl Jam, Beyonce, Coldplay, and Ed Sheeran.
The former 'Colbert Report' host can't wait to joke about the Republican presidential candidate on his new show, saying, 'Please stay healthy until I get on the air.'
The new 'Late Show' host ends up looking 'like an idiot' after telling viewers to use their 3-D glasses in a video to promote his CBS show.
The new host of CBS' 'Late Show' is confirmed that he will be joined by the 'Tomorrowland' actor on his first episode in September.
Former correspondents Steve Carell, John Oliver and Samantha Bee as well as actors Josh Gad, Olivia Munn and Ed Helms also show up before Stewart delivers his emotional farewell.
Colbert also does magic and shows off his new book bag and Charlie Rose trapper keeper in two other promos for the CBS talk show.
Filling in as the host of local talk show 'Only in Monroe', he welcomes the Michigan rapper as a special guest and talks about his career.
'This will be the finest, most luxurious gold-plated, diamond-encrusted campaign that will give hope to a weary nation,' Colbert describes how Trump's campaign will be like.
Colbert raves about his bandleader, 'His music makes the audience feel so good, we may have to install a 'Do Not Make Love' sign.'
The new 'Late Show' host tries on some different styles such as the 'Un-Hitler,' the 'Amish' and the 'half-Wolverine' before he is back to his 'Classic Clean Colbert' look.
At CBS' upfront presentation, the new 'Late Show' host jokingly says, 'We will do the best show we possibly can and occasionally make the network very angry at us.'
The former host of 'The Colbert Show' will use the money he raised from the auction of his desk and set to help students and teachers in South Carolina.
'I don't want to be the guy to take over for Jon Stewart,' Colbert says during an event at the Tribeca Film Festival, adding, 'I would never, however successful I'd be, get underneath his shadow.'