‘The Late Late Show’: Ben Winston & Fulwell 73 Would “Like To” Continue To Produce CBS Talker When James Corden Steps Down Next Year

Fulwell 73production company behind Late Late Show with James CordenCBS wants to continue producing the series when its current host steps down next year.

time limit revealed In April, Corden will leave the late-night series in 2023 after an eight-and-a-half-year stint.

Ben Winston, the show’s executive producer and one of Corden’s partners at Fulwell 73, told Deadline that he would like to continue making the show when his friend leaves.

“It’s no secret that Fulwell would love to do the next iteration late late showWhatever it is, but it’s no less for me, I just have to hope that our pitch is better than the other pitch,” he told Deadline’s Pete Hammond during his Behind the Lens feature.

Winston, who joked that if it was up to him he’d make all the late night shows, said he hasn’t had a “serious conversation” about it yet and hasn’t given his idea to the CBS president. and CEO George Gaal or CBS Studios president David Stapp. “We still have another 200. late late Shows to do,” he said.

He added that no new shows like this will start around September 2023, so “the time is for whoever is lucky enough to make that slot right”.

cheek stated deadline In May the broadcast network is going to take some time to think about the part of the day, what formats make sense there and whether it can experiment with new ideas.

in addition to the following Late Late Show, Fulwell 73, headquartered in London, makes shows like kardashians Produced on Hulu, Grammys, Adele’s CBS Concert Special and HBO Max Friend: Reunion.