“The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” is gearing up for a huge send-off when award-winning guests, notable friends, CBS and Showtime stars return to say goodbye to the host of the late night show.
During the final three weeks of Ferguson serving as host, popular friends of the show will stop by leading up to Ferguson’s final sign off on Friday, Dec. 19 when his final guest, Jay Leno, will join the host.READ MORE: Suspected Human Remains Found In Florida Wildlife Preserve Where Authorities Are Searching For Brian Laundrie
The guests announced to visit include Tim Meadows, who holds the record for most appearances with 41 as well as Thomas Lennon, who’s been on the show 30 times, and Betty White who’s been seen 23 times on the show.
Other notable names that will be seen in the weeks to come include Don Cheadle, Carrie Fisher, Jon Hamm, Lisa Kudrow, Jim Parsons and Michael Sheen, among others.
Below is the schedule of guests you can expect to see before Ferguson signs off on Dec. 19 and James Corden takes over on March 9.
Monday, Dec. 1 Actress Lisa Kudrow; actor Dominic Monaghan
Tuesday, Dec. 2 Actress Kristen Bell; actor Henry Winkler
Wednesday, Dec. 3 Actor Don Cheadle; actress Mary McCormack
Thursday, Dec. 4 Actor Steve Carell; actor Max Greenfield
Friday, Dec. 5 Host Drew Carey from “The Price is Right”; TV host Cat Deeley
Monday, Dec. 8 Actress Carrie Fisher; comedian Dave AttellREAD MORE: New York City Mayoral Candidates Eric Adams, Curtis Sliwa Meet For First Debate
Tuesday, Dec. 9 Actor Michael Sheen; reality TV personality Ariel Tweto
Wednesday, Dec. 10 Actress Mila Kunis
Thursday, Dec. 11 Actor Kunal Nayyar from the CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory”
Friday, Dec. 12 Actress Rashida Jones
Monday, Dec. 15 Actor Jon Hamm; comedian Tim Meadows
Tuesday, Dec. 16 Television and radio host Larry King; actress Angela Kinsey
Wednesday, Dec. 17 Actress Betty White; actor Thomas Lennon
Thursday, Dec. 18 Actor Jim Parsons from the CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory”
Friday, Dec. 19 Comedian Jay Leno
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