Seth Meyers on how it was ‘creatively exhilarating’ adapting to host ‘Late Night’ without an audience [Exclusive Video Interview]

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Seth Meyers on how it was ‘creatively exhilarating’ adapting to host ‘Late Night’ without an audience [Exclusive Video Interview]
Like other late night hosts, Seth Meyers had to bring “Late Night with Seth Meyers” to his home during the pandemic. He returned to the studio in September but continued to go without an audience, even while hosting guests in the studio itself. For Meyers, it was all about adapting the show to cater significantly more to the viewers. “For a year that had so little good to it, it was creatively exhilarating figuring out how to do this show,” says Meyers in an exclusive new webchat for Gold Derby. “You’re doing the show for people who are at home, far more than you ever were doing it for people in the studio.” Watch the full video interview above.

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