Tina Fey, Margot Robbie, Will Ferrell and comedy duo Key & Peele will join Stephen Colbert for his special post-Super Bowl edition of The Late Show on February 7 (10-11 PM, ET/7-8 PM, PT; time  approximate after post-game coverage) on CBS.

This marks the first time a late night show will air live in the post-Super Bowl slot. Colbert will be followed by a special Super Bowl Sunday edition of The Late Late Show With James Corden. Corden wil follow local newscasts.

Post-Super-Bowl broadcasts produce record ratings for any show lucky enough to get the slot. Last year, NBC’s The Blacklist got the prized position, delivering an 8.7 demo rating and 26.5 million viewers. It also was the most-watched scripted show on the Peacock network since ER in 2004, the night of the Friends finale.

ike7
5 months
Oops, sorry, I meant "first prime-time" not "first-time".
ike7
5 months
They mean the first-time post-Super Bowl slot for a late night show. It's on immediately after the...
DonDonP1
5 months
Indeed, he did.