‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ is ending with 24 hours of TikTok clips


James Corden is leaving his post at The Late Late Show on Thursday (April 27), and CBS is sending him off in style…on TikTok.

The @CBS TikTok account(opens in a new tab) will run a 24-hour livestream in the lead-up to the finale, Deadline reports(opens in a new tab). The countdown will be a montage of clips from Corden’s career at CBS. Impressively, there will be no repeats, so if you miss your favorite moment, then you probably have to go look it up on YouTube.

Nick Bernstein, the senior vice president of late-night programming at CBS, was responsible for curating the clip marathon.

“I personally went through 900-plus episodes of the show and I think we curated a real mix of the big moments that everyone will have fun watching again and other moments that will have people say ‘this is really what they did during the pandemic?'” Bernstein told Deadline. “Also, if James ever asks me specifically what it is I do, now I can tell him I made a TikTok for them. Actually, someone else physically made it, but I made a lot of great suggestions.”

Corden, 44, has hosted the late-night show for eight years. The British actor is leaving on his own terms, reportedly to move back to London with his family. The finale has received some extra attention because of its special guests: Will Ferrell and Harry Styles. See… One Direction has a long, chummy history(opens in a new tab) with Corden, and that’s led 1D fans to speculate they’d reunite for his final hour on air. The rumors got so rampant the show had to actually come out and deny it.

Regardless, Thursday marks the end of an era at CBS — an era you can relive on TikTok starting after Corden’s penultimate show on Wednesday night.

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