The former "Late Late Show" host has teamed up with SiriusXM for a new show, "This Life of Mine With James Corden."
James Corden is back.
The former late night TV host has set his first gig after his departure from The Late Late Show earlier this year. The actor, producer, and presenter has teamed up with SiriusXM for a new show, This Life of Mine With James Corden, available exclusively for subscribers in-car and on the SiriusXM app.
Expected to premiere in early 2024, This Life of Mine will feature in-depth conversations with the world's biggest stars as they discuss the people, places, moments, and memories that made them who they are today. Per the press release, "From favorite music and movies to books and advice, the show will seek to tell the untold stories of some of the most well-known public figures."
"James Corden is an incredible talent who is always pushing the boundaries of what's possible," Scott Greenstein, SiriusXM's president and chief content officer, says in a statement. "With a career that spans acting on stage and screen, developing and launching hit series such as Carpool Karaoke, and of course his iconic eight-year run as a late night host, James has been a trailblazer in the entertainment business. We're so honored to welcome him to the SiriusXM family as he begins this next phase of his illustrious career and makes his mark in audio."
Corden adds, "I am thrilled to be joining SiriusXM. Scott and the whole team have made me feel so welcome as I start this new chapter. It's a dream to have a space to engage in deep conversations with the people whose work and talent I greatly admire."
Corden, who replaced Craig Ferguson as host in March 2015, bid farewell to The Late Late Show in April after eight years and 1,200 episodes, citing the need to spend more time with his wife and children. Comedian Taylor Tomlinson has been tapped to fill Corden's 12:30 a.m. slot on CBS with a new show, After Midnight.
More details about the new show will be revealed during SiriusXM's Next Generation Industry & Press Preview event on Wednesday.
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