‘After Midnight’ With Taylor Tomlinson Renewed For Season 2 At CBS

EXCLUSIVE: Taylor Tomlinson for the win.

CBS has renewed her late-night show After Midnight for a second season. It comes after the show launched in January.

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Airing after The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the show will return for a second season in the 2024/25 season.

The series features a panel of three celebrity guests, including a large number of comedians, who compete in a series of topical segments from pop culture and social media. Segments include Group Chat, Hashtag Wars and sketch The Talk Show Portion.

The winner usually receives a gag prize including a pair of Tom Brady-signed boxer shorts or Tomlinson’s own haunted doll.

Guests have included Whitney Cummings, Max Greenfield, Natasha Leggero, Jerry O’Connell, Josh Johnson, Bianca Del Rio, Billy Eichner, W. Kamau Bell, and Weird Al Yankovic.

“Taylor is a gifted comedian who brings a unique voice, energy and plenty of rizz to late night. I learned rizz is a real word thanks to the show. We’re excited for more of her daily smart takes about the dumbest things on the Internet,” said Amy Reisenbach, President, CBS Entertainment.

The series is exec produced by Jack Martin alongside Stephen Colbert, Carrie Byalick, president of Colbert’s Spartina Industries, Tom Purcell, an exec producer on The Late Show, Colbert’s wife Evelyn McGee Colbert and his manager James Dixon of Dixon Talent as well as Joe Farrell, Mike Farah, Whitney Hodack and Henry R. Muñoz III from Funny Or Die and Jason U. Nadler of Serious Business, who co-created @midnight, is also an executive producer.

Jo Firestone is co-executive producer and head writer while Alexx Wells will also serve as co-executive producer. Sharon Everitt directs.

It is produced by CBS Studios, Spartina Industries and Funny Or Die.

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