Popular topical comedy series The Last Leg returned to our screens last week, and the series continues tonight with another string of guests set to join Adam, Alex and Josh for a comical look at the past seven days.
As usual, there will be a number of famous faces appearing alongside the presenting trio each week – read on for everything you need to know about who’s appearing tonight.
Which guests are on The Last Leg tonight?
This week sees comedian Maisie Adam and comic actor Tom Davis join the regular hosts to disect the week.
Stand-up comedian Maisie Adam won the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny for new comics at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017 and hasn’t looked back since, winning several further awards and appearing on various panel shows including Have I Got News For You, QI, and 8 Out of 10 Cats. This year, she’s also started a new gig as the narrator of the ITV2 reality series The Cabins.
Actor and comedian Davis is best known for his role as DI Sleet on Murder in Successville, while other roles have included Davus in Plebs and credits in films such as Free Fire, Prevenge and Paddington 2. He was named a BAFTA Breakthrough Brit in 2016.
The Last Leg hosts
While the guests change on a weekly basis, The Last Leg’s hosts have stayed constant since the show first aired in 2012, with Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe having each appeared in all twenty previous series.
Lead host Hills began his comedy career in his native Australia, hosting music quiz show Spicks and Specks and talk show Adam Hills Tonight, before moving to the UK. Since his move, he’s appeared on a number of comedy shows as well as presenting The Last Leg.
Brooker came to prominence after entering Channel 4’s Half a Million Quid Talent Search, which aimed to find disabled talent for coverage of the 2012 Summer Paralympic Games, and started appearing on The Last Leg soon after. He’s also appeared on a number of other popular comedy shows and in 2014 co-presented the first series of The Jump.
Stand-up comic Widdicombe has become one of the nation’s best-loved comedians and has appeared regularly on a number of popular shows. Aside from The Last Leg gig, TV highlights include appearing in his own BBC Three sitcom Josh, hosting the Dave panel show Hypothetical and winning the first season of Taskmaster in 2015.