Gearing up for tonight’s (July 29) premiere of his new show, comedian David Spade has announced the first week of panelists for his Comedy Central late-night series Lights Out with David Spade.
Airing Monday through Thursday just after The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, Spade is taking a whack at late-night TV with the new Comedy Central series, which will find him giving his views on today’s pop culture news alongside sketches and field segments, as well. Taking to Instagram, Spade announced the show’s first group of guest panelists who will appear between July 29 and Aug. 1.
Premiere tonight!! 1130 eastern. @comedycentral Watch the magic. @lightsout @whitneycummings @nealbrennan @erikgriffin
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Kicking off the show’s first week, Neal Brennan, Whitney Cummings and Erik Griffin will make an appearance on July 29. Jen Kirkman, Theo Von, Amy Schumer and Nick Swardson will appear Tuesday. Steve Byrne, Kaley Cuoco and Jim Jefferies will be on the show on Wednesday. And Dana Carvey, Al Madrigal and Sarah Tiana will round out the guests of the week on Thursday, Aug. 1.
Spade also executive produces the series with Alex Murray, Marc Gurvitz and Frank Sebastiono, with the latter acting as the show’s head writer. Free 90 Media’s Brad Wollack and Tom Brunelle will also serve as executive producers and showrunners for the series. The show marks Spade’s first time hosting a late-night regular series.
Check out our just-published chat with Spade about his new show here.