The current Colbert Report host is reportedly in the mix. (How quickly would it take #CancelLateShow to trend on Twitter?)
The former Tonight Show host has said he isn’t ruling out a possible return to latenight.
With Handler planning her departure from E!, maybe it’s time for the Chelsea Lately host to eye a spot on a major network.
The Daily Show wouldn’t be the same without Stewart at the helm, but we could definitely see him in that Late Show chair.
The Late Late Show‘s not a bad gig, but a promotion to the Late Show would do wonders for Ferguson’s sleep schedule.
Always an entertaining late-night guest, Goldberg could bring her unique point of View to the position. Plus, the woman has EGOT-ted. She can handle anything.
After four years on TBS, we wouldn’t begrudge the fiery (haired) comedian for wanting to return to a major network.
We even have a suggestion for his first monologue: a defense of the How I Met Your Mother series finale.
We’ve got two words for you: Golden. Globes.
Unpredictable and never low on energy, Hart could put a fun spin on the late-night game.
After seeing his SNL encore last weekend, we’re pretty sure the Louie star can host anything.
What’s the deal with Seinfeld not having his own show? The observational comedian is a natural.
Though he seems content over on ABC, we’ve learned to expect the unexpected when it comes to late-night shakeups.