"THE LATE LATE SHOW with CRAIG FERGUSON" TO BROADCAST LIVE FROM MIAMI FOLLOWING SUPER BOWL XLI, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4 ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK
THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH CRAIG FERGUSON will broadcast its show live from Miami following Super Bowl XLI, Sunday, February 4 on the CBS Television Network immediately after the 11PM ET/PT local news. This will mark the first time that THE LATE LATE SHOW will go live outside its studio, on the road. The broadcast will emanate from Dolphin Stadium, the site of the game.
The post-Super Bowl show will feature interviews with the players from the game and with celebrities in town for the event. The week leading up to the big game, THE LATE LATE SHOW will also present Super Bowl-themed episodes.
"From the moment that I was first taught how to snap a football, I knew this was my destiny," says Ferguson.
THE LATE LATE SHOW is executive produced by Peter Lassally and Gary Considine.
Craig Ferguson joined the late-night television arena as host of THE LATE LATE SHOW in January 2005, following a career that encompassed film, television and the stage. The Scottish-born actor, writer, director and producer, who is known for his role as Nigel Wick on "The Drew Carey Show," brings a fresh approach to late-night television which has quickly evolved into appointment television for America's nightly insomniacs. Each weeknight, Ferguson, a gifted conversationalist, goes one-on-one with guests from the worlds of film, television, sports and news. Additionally, THE LATE LATE SHOW continues to spotlight eclectic, edgy musical acts and rising stand-up comedians.