After a nine month break, The Jonathan Ross show is back with a whole new line-up of stars on his sofa. Here’s what you need to know…
What time is it on?
The Jonathan Ross Show finishes on Saturday 18th November at 9.40pm on ITV.
Who’s on the sofa this week?
The host welcomes one final round of guests to take a seat in his green room, as his long-running celebrity interview show concludes. This time, he is joined by comedy actor, writer and stand-up star Peter Kay, The Hobbit and Beauty and the Beast actor Luke Evans, and actress and singer Sheridan Smith, speaking in the wake of the release of her self-titled debut album.
How many episodes will there be in the new series?
12 instalments have been confirmed.
Where is it filmed?
Funny you should ask. The new series of The Jonathan Ross Show will become the first show to be filmed at Television Centre – the old home of the BBC. Since its closure in 2013, the site has been undergoing a major renovation, retaining three of its original studios. Ross’s show – which airs on BBC’s rival ITV – will be recorded in the newly-refurbished Studio TC1.
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