Here are the late night talk show listings for the week of Monday, August 22, 2011. Guests are subject to change.
GEORGE STROUMBOULOPOULOS TONIGHT (CBC)
Monday: Aisha Tyler and Don Tapscott
Tuesday: Jane Goodall and Evan Sneider
Wednesday: James Frey and Kelly Cutrone
Thursday: Ed Begley Jr. and Jameel Jaffer
Friday: Moby and The Sadies
LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN (CBS/OMNI1)
Monday: Denis Leary, Elizabeth Cook, Tony Royster Jr. (for Drum Solo Week III)
Tuesday: Rachel Maddow, Gavin Harrison
Wednesday: Ashton Kutcher, Stewart Copeland
Thursday: Paul Rudd, Bill Burr, Dennis Chambers
Friday: Repeat (TBA)
TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO (NBC/A)
Repeats all week. Highlights include Emma Stone on Monday and Louis C.K.
JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE (ABC)
Repeats all week. Highlights include Aaron Paul on MOnday and Dax Shepard on Wednesday.
LATE LATE SHOW WITH CRAIG FERGUSON (CBS)
Monday: Hugh Laurie, Saffron Burrows
Tuesday: Lewis Black, Amos Lee
Wednesday: Regis Philbin, Vera Farmiga
Thursday: Kunal Nayyar, Alice Eve
Friday: Shirley Mason, Jerry Ferrara
LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON (NBC/A)
Repeats all week. Highlights include Jason Bateman on Wednesday and Ryan Reynolds on Thursday.
LAST CALL WITH CARSON DALY (NBC)
Reruns all Summer. Highlights include Adam Pally on Thursday and the Knux on Friday.
CHELSEA LATELY (E!)
Monday: Joey Lawrence with Chris Franjola, Arden Myrin and Josh Wolf
Tuesday: Zoe Saldana with Ben Gleib, Heather McDonald and Gary Valentine
Wednesday: Rashida Jones with Matt Braunger, Sarah Colonna and Dov Davidoff
Thursday: Jessica Chastain with Chris Hardwick, Jen Kirkman and Ryan Stout
Friday: Repeat (Aug. 18: Christopher Mintz-Plasse)
CONAN (TBS/Comedy Network/CTV)
Repeats all week. Highlights include Russell Brand on Tuesday and Rainn Wilson on Wednesday.
DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART (Comedy Central/CTV/Comedy Network)
Repeats all week. Highlights include Matt Long on Monday and Jay Bahadur on Wednesday.
THE COLBERT REPORT (Comedy Central/CTV/Comedy Network)
Repeats all week. Highlights include Elliott Ackerman on Monday and Nassir Gheami on Wednesday.