Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and More Late-Night Hosts Share Plans for Election Night

Several talk show personalities will be going live for the midterm elections.
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Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers and Jimmy Kimmel

Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and more late-night hosts shared their plans Monday for coverage of the midterm elections tomorrow.  

Colbert's Late Show will broadcast live on election night for coverage of the midterms, as will Jimmy Kimmel Live, Late Night With Seth Meyers and The Daily Show With Trevor Noah.

The Daily Show will cap off its week of shows from Miami with a live broadcast of “Democalypse 2018: Let’s Try This Again, America." Kimmel's show will air from its home base in Los Angeles with guests Sacha Baron Cohen and L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti.

Colbert will sit down with fellow TV host Hasan Minhaj, and John Heilemann and Alex Wagner, co-hosts of Showtime's political show Circus. Colbert will interview Triumph the Insult Comic Dog on Wednesday. 

Meyers is going live with Late Night on NBC on Tuesday. On Monday, the show put up a marathon of his "Closer Look" segments on YouTube leading up to the midterms. 

Samantha Bee, whose Full Frontal on TBS will air Wednesday in its usual timeslot, has added a Monday episode this week to bookend Election Day.