LATE LATE SHOW WITH JAMES CORDEN to Rework 'London' Week Opening in Wake of Terrorist Attack
Speaking to Variety from the set of his London-based shows scheduled to air this week, LATE LATE SHOW host James Corden revealed that he is reworking the opening segment in the wake of the terrorist attack that claimed the lives of seven people over the weekend.
Corden tells the site, "What we're doing is in flux right now, but we had an opening that we'd been working on for a while and we'd shot probably 75% of it, but we agreed that we don't think it feels tonally right after the weekend to start the show like that. We're going to work tonight and tomorrow on how we will open the show."
LATE LATE SHOW is scheduled to air from the Central Hall Westminster, a church and conference center directly across from historic Westminster Abbey. The Emmy Award-winning show will broadcast three special episodes on Tuesday, June 6 - Thursday, June 8 (12:37 AM-1:37 AM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. This marks the first international trip for the broadcast.
Upon announcing the special episodes last month Corden shared, "To bring THE LATE LATE SHOW to London is a dream come true for me. I'm incredibly proud of the show and we're going to do our best to make this week in London memorable."
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