The Late Late Show with James Corden

Season 7

Season 7, Episode 183

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Hacks star Jean Smart joins Joshua Jackson of Dawson's Creek fame for a late, late conversation with James Corden. Plus, Joe Jonas' funky pop rock group DNCE perform their new single "Move".

Season 7, Episode 182

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James welcomes Better Call Saul actress Rhea Seehorn, who recounts her directorial debut on the series. Plus, Sheryl Crow is here for a chat, and stays on to perform for The Late Late Show audience.

Season 7, Episode 181

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James Corden chats with Hacks star Hannah Einbinder, and Minx star Lennon Parham. Then, it's the tragedy of Orpheus and Eurydice in a musical performance by the Tony-winning cast of "Hadestown".

Season 7, Episode 180

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Tonight's guests on The Late Late Show with James Corden include RandB singer Ciara, actress Jenna Dewan and stand up comedian Steven Rogers.

Season 7, Episode 179

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"Pam and Tommy" star Lily James talks about vamping it up as Pamela Anderson. Kenneth Branagh catches us up on the latest with Detective Poirot in "Death on the Nile", and Nicki Minaj does Adele!

Season 7, Episode 178

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Join The Late Late Show's James Corden, as he chats with Niecy Nash about her role in the upcoming spin-off to "The Rookie". Plus, alt-rock legends Smashing Pumpkins are on the show!

Season 7, Episode 177

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Jessica Biel, the star of the new true-crime series "Candy", joins funnyman David Spade and host James Corden for a chat and a laugh. Plus, British pop-rock band Bastille perform live.

Season 7, Episode 176

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James Corden welcomes Rebel Wilson to the show on the eve of her latest movie releae "Senior Year", alongside "Coda" and "The Valet" star Eugenio Derbez. Plus, comedy from funnyman Joe Zimmerman.

Season 7, Episode 175

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Join James Corden, the lovable Englishman of late night television as he chats, gossips and jokes with famous guests.

Season 7, Episode 174

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Adam Scott joins James Corden to share his memories of working on "Severence", Norwegian auteur Joachim Trier talks up his latest film, and funnywoman Maria Bamford performs for the Late Late Show.