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Stephen Colbert will go live again for the 2018 midterms.
An expected repeat of his many live episodes during the 2016 election, CBS’ The Late Show With Stephen Colbert will air a special live telecast on Tuesday, Nov. 6, as returns come in for the hotly contested midterm elections. Colbert joins Trevor Noah in broadcasting live that night, as Comedy Central’s The Daily Show announced its own plans several weeks prior.
Colbert last went live after the 2018 State of the Union Address in January. The upcoming effort marks the 18th time that the late-night show has aired live.
Like all episodes of The Late Show, the upcoming live installment will broadcast from the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York. Guests will be announced at a later date.
Returning for the 2018-19 broadcast season as No. 1 among total viewers, The Late Show averages an audience of 3.8 million nightly.
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