NBC’s Late Night will welcome back a studio audience from October 11, making it the latest late-night series to bring back a crowd.
The show has been back in the studio since last September and is back from its summer break.
It comes after The Amber Ruffin Show, which is exec produced by Meyers and Late Night’s Mike Shoemaker, brought in an audience for the first time in August, providing a test run for the pair ahead of their own audience return.
Shoemaker told Deadline that it’s going to feel a bit “different”. “Seth really found a good voice to speak to the home audience, he found a specific way to do it, he was able to speak through the lens. But he also did seven years the other way.