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Old 07-26-2019, 03:08 AM   #1
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Default A Little Late With Lilly Singh makes its NBC late-night debut on Monday, Sept. 16

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/li...runner-1223618

Lilly Singh will officially inherit Carson Daly's late-night slot on Sept. 16, making her the only female host on broadcast TV. NBC also named veteran producer John Irwin, who worked on Late Night with Conan O'Brien in the 1990s, as showrunner.

A Little Late with Lilly Singh will be the only late-night show with a gender-equal writing staff

Singh has tapped three men and three woman as her writers for her 1:35 a.m. late-night show, which premieres Sept. 16.
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Lilly Singh unveils her NBC A Little Late set

The YouTuber-turned-late-night host posted a 13-minute video on the design and construction of her A Little Late with Lilly Singh set.
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Ironically, Lilly Singh is better doing late-night interviews than comedy bits

"Like most first-timers to late night, Singh has been experimenting with her platform, inventing new games with almost every guest and toying with high-concept digital shorts," Shirley Li says of the A Little Late host's first three weeks. "But as it turns out, her forte so far has been the most classic of late-night responsibilities: the celebrity interview. It’s ironic. Singh’s background as a popular YouTuber—someone used to delivering funny commentary and making viral videos for nearly 15 million subscribers—should have translated easily to the current model of late-night TV: gimmick-driven clips, lighthearted games, and deep dives. But even though her monologues cover the same topics she addressed on her channel, these brief meditations on relationships, aging, fashion, and the like come off awkward in a live-TV setting."
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NBC Brings Back "A Little Late with Lilly Singh" for Second Season
by Peter White
May 13, 2020



"A Little Late with Lilly Singh" will return to NBC for a second season.

This comes after the late-night talk show finished airing its first 97-episode run last week.

https://deadline.com/2020/05/nbc-a-l...wo-1202933267/
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A Little Late with Lilly Singh is getting a new writing staff, showrunner and a new house-based set for Season 2

Season 1 writer Chelsea Davison will take over from Sean O'Connor as head writer and become the only writer staying for Season 2 of the NBC late-night show. Season 2 will also film at a house in Los Angeles. “Swapping out a traditional stage for a Los Angeles-based house as the show’s location will give Lilly more space to break the rules and embrace imperfection," NBC said in a statement. " Without the constraints of a typical studio, A Little Late will be spontaneous and unfiltered, bringing a funhouse vibe to the 1:35 a.m. timeslot." New showrunner Neil Punsalan will succeed Aliyah Silverstein. "During the first season of A Little Late, I was thrust into a whole new world that admittedly consisted of 90% learning and 10% being creative," said Singh in a statement. "For this second round, I know the ropes and plan to bring more of my creativity to the table. It’s time to get goofy, be imperfect and bring my full authentic self to late night."
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I’m sure what date of Season 2 of NBC’s A Little Late will start
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NBC's Late-Night Series "A Little Late with Lilly Singh" to End with Season 2
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May 6 2021



NBC is about to have a vacancy on its late-night schedule: "A Little Late with Lilly Singh" will end with its current second season, TVLine has learned. The final episode will air Thursday, June 3 at 1:35 am/12:35c.

However, Singh will continue working with NBCUniversal despite the end of her talk show, signing a first-look deal with Universal Television Alternative Studio on Thursday to develop unscripted projects.

https://tvline.com/2021/05/06/lilly-...-season-2-nbc/
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NBC says it will "rethink" the 1:30 timeslot, but won't put in a new talk show after A Little Late with Lilly Singh ends after two seasons

“NBC has had a talk show in this slot since 1988 and there have been some amazing hosts in it," said Frances Berwick, NBCUniversal’s chairman of entertainment networks. "As Lilly moves on to the next chapter, we realize we have an opportunity to rethink the 1:30am programming. We’re not ready to share specifics on that yet but we will be going in a different direction than a talk show."
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