Kevin Love will get another opportunity to celebrate the Cleveland Cavaliers’ win in the 2016 NBA Finals on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert this week. He will be among the guests on Monday’s episode. Other big guests this week include journalist Tom Brokaw, The Legend of Tarzan star Samuel L. Jackson, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt‘s Ellie Kemper and Star Trek Beyond‘s Zachary Quinto.
Here’s a look at Colbert’s schedule this week. New episodes air on CBS at 11:35 p.m.
Monday, June 27
Kevin Love will talk about the exciting Game 7 victory over the Golden State Warriors, which gave Cleveland its first major sports championship in over 50 years. Comedian Jenny Slate, whose voice will be heard in the upcoming Universal/Illumination movie The Secret Life of Pets, will also stop by. She also had a role in Disney’s Zootopia. Country singer Dierks Bentley will perform.
Tuesday, June 28
Colbert will get thoughts on today’s political climate from Tom Brokaw. The NBC journalist also published a new memoir, A Lucky Life Interrupted: A Memoir Of Hope, in May. Sara and Erin Foster, the stars of VH1’s reality show parody Barely Famous, will also stop by. Singer Bibi Bourelly is performing.
Wednesday, June 29
Samuel L. Jackson will help make sure you don’t forget that The Legend of Tarzan is coming out this week. It will be tough to forget about it, since Jimmy Kimmel Live! also has Jackson’s co-stars, Margot Robbie and Christoph Waltz, on this week.
Julie Klausner, the star of Hulu’s Difficult People, and rapper ScHoolboy Q will also be on the show.
Thursday, June 30
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Ellie Kemper and actor Patrick Fugit will both stop by. Fugit currently stars in the Cinemax series Outcast and was recently in Gone Girl. Kemper also provides the voice of a pet in The Secret Life of Pets. The rock group We Are Scientists, who just released Helter Seltzer, will perform.
Friday, July 1
Colbert finishes the week (and starts July) by welcoming Star Trek Beyond‘s Zachary Quinto and Orange is the New Black‘s Natasha Lyonne. This will be a very poignant episode since it will be one of Quinto’s first interviews since the death of Trek co-star Anton Yelchin.
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