This week on late-night TV

The following listings include comedians and comedic actors scheduled to appear/perform on the late-night TV talk show circuit this week. Check with the TV shows and local listings for last-minute changes.

Who knows if David Letterman will have anything to say Monday about the young punk who got drunk and broke into the Ed Sullivan Theatre early Sunday morning — after singing karaoke, even?!? — and trashed the lobby and one first-floor office. The guy did not manage to get into the actual theatre. Roll the local CBS news report!


Through the magic of repeats, George Lopez will appear on Letterman tonight, as well as his own show and Conan O'Brien's. Also, who'd guess that Leno has the most comedians booked this week?

For the week of July 11-15, 2011…

Conan (TBS) — REPEATS Monday: George Lopez; Tuesday: Tracy Morgan, Charlyne Yi; Thursday: Tina Fey

Lopez Tonight (TBS) — REPEATS Monday: Conan O'Brien; Tuesday: Norm Macdonald; Wednesday: Russell Peters

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (COMEDY CENTRAL) — Monday: Denis Leary

Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) — Monday: George Lopez; Tuesday: Roseanne Barr; Thursday: Tim Harmston; Friday (REPEAT): Howard Stern

Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (CBS) — Wednesday: Angela Kinsey 

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC) — Monday: Howie Mandel; Tuesday: Seth Meyers; Wednesday: Craig Ferguson; Thursday: Don Rickles; 

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) — Tuesday: Seth Green; Thursday: Bob Saget

Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — REPEATS Wednesday: Hannibal Buress; Thursday: Louis CK; Friday: Kevin Nealon 

Chelsea Lately (E!) Panelists — REPEATS Monday: Bobby Lee, Jen Kirkman, Josh Wolf (and guest Jason Sudeikis); Tuesday: Jen Kirkman, Whitney Cummings, Jo Koy (and guest Will Ferrell); Wednesday: Jo Koy, Arden Myrin, Chris Franjola (and guest Jennifer Aniston); Thursday: Brad Wollack, Dov Davidoff, Natasha Leggero (and guest Kevin Smith); Friday: Joe Materese, Ross Matthews, Sarah Colonna

Sean L. McCarthy

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