Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers are coming back.
The Tonight Show and Late Night will return on Monday October 2. They will return on the same night as The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel Live!
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It marks the first time that the two late-night shows will be on air since the writers walked out in May. It comes after the writers strike officially ended at midnight after the WGA and AMPTP struck a deal.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is executive produced by Lorne Michaels and produced by Chris Miller and Gerard Bradford. Miller is the showrunner.
Late Night with Seth Meyers is executive produced by Lorne Michaels and produced by Mike Shoemaker.
Fallon and Meyers have been hosting the Strike Force Five podcast alongside The Late Show’s Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Last Week Tonight’s John Oliver during the strike.
“Their mission complete, the founding members of Strike Force 5 will return to their network television shows this Monday 10/2 and one of them to premium cable on 10/1,” the late-night hosts wrote.
“Of course, in a greater sense, the Strike Force 5 will never end because Strike Force 5 is not a place, Strike Force 5 is not a people, Strike Force 5 is barely a podcast, nay Strike Force 5 is an idea. An idea five men could talk on top of each other for 12 episodes and maybe somebody would listen. As we say goodbye, we would like to thank all those somebodies, truly, you were the heroes. We were mostly the heroes, but you were in there, too. We want to thank the entire Strike Force 5 team, our wives, our special guests and apologize to Conan O’Brien, who agreed to do the pod but Stephen forgot to send him any possible dates and the strike ended.”
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