For the first time ever, the coveted post-Super Bowl spot will go to a late-night host. As previously announced, Stephen Colbert will broadcast his ‘Late Show‘ live from the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City immediately following the game.

Colbert tweeted Thursday that a number of comedians will be joining him.

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A special edition of “The Late Late Show with James Corden” will air after the local news.

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