TVLine Items: Dave's Late Late Show Visit, Free Transparent and More

David Letterman

Read this one carefully: The Late Show‘s David Letterman will stop by CBS’ Late Late Show next Tuesday with guest host Regis Philbin, our sister site Deadline reports.

Philbin is one of many stepping behind Craig Ferguson’s old desk until James Corden takes the reins of The Late Late Show on March 23.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* All 10 episodes of Golden Globe Award winner Transparent will be available to watch for free on Amazon Prime Instant Video this Saturday.

* Singer/music producer/The Voice coach Pharrell Williams will cameo as himself on The Simpsons‘ Feb. 8 episode, EW.com reports.

* Lisa Rinna (Melrose Place) will guest-star on a February CSI as an irresponsible parent whose two kids go missing, People reports.

* Looking for a Super Bowl alternative? WGN America will present the 1st Annual We Know It’s The Day Of The Big Game But Please Watch Us Anyway How I Met Your Mother Barney Bowl Marathon — featuring 20 back-to-back episodes — on Sunday, Feb. 1, starting at 12 pm ET.

* Starz has released a new trailer for Season 2 of Power, premiering this summer.

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5 Comments
  1. rowan77 says:

    This should be fun, but I miss Craig’s irreverence already.

  2. rebecca says:

    Watch Transparent!!

  3. Tran says:

    Can’t wait to see Letterman on The Late Late Show with Regis Philbin as guest host. Hope he’ll talk about his Late Show exit on May 20th and his thoughts on Stephen Colbert.

  4. Man, a year ago I’d have been excited about that WKITDOTBGBPWUAHIMYMBB Marathon.

    But now, excitement is replaced melancholy and simmering anger.