The Late Late Show with James Corden

Outstanding Variety Talk Series

Not Eligible for SAG Awards Awards® Consideration


Each weeknight, James Corden invites the audience to join in on the fun as the Emmy Award-winning The Late Late Show with James Corden features a mix of celebrity guests, musical acts, games and sketches.

For Your Consideration

Outstanding Variety Talk Series

Executive Producers: Ben Winston, Rob Crabbe
Co-Executive Producer: James Longman
Supervising Producers: Sheila Rogers, Josie Cliff
Producers: James Corden, Lauren Greenberg, Ian Karmel, Tim Mancinelli, Diana Miller, Zeberiah Newman, Dave Piendak, Kate Schellenbach
Coordinating Producer: Rob Engalla
Line Producer: Michelle Basterrechea

Outstanding Writing

Head Writers: Ian Karmel, Lauren Greenberg

Writers: James Corden, Rob Crabbe, Lawrence Dai, Nate Fernald, Olivia Harewood, John Kennedy, Kayleigh Lamb, James Longman, Molly A.H. Mitchell, Jared Moskowitz, CeCe Pleasants, Tim Siedell, Benjamin Stout, Tom Thriveni, Louis Waymouth, Ben Winston

Outstanding Directing

Tim Mancinelli

Glenn Clements

Outstanding Costume Design

Lauren Shapiro


“…the best thing to happen to late night TV”

– Deadline


BTS – Carpool Karaoke

James Corden hits the carpool lane with international superstars BTS to sing songs off their new album “Map of the Soul: 7” and cover Bruno Mars’ “Finesse (Remix) (feat. Cardi B)” and “Circles” by Post Malone, before finally taking a detour to a PLYOJAM dance class where James attempts to convince V, Jungkook, Jimin, RM, Jin, SUGA and J-Hope he’s got good enough moves to become the 8th member of BTS.

Carpool Controversy

James Corden Comes Clean About Carpool Karaoke

Dua Lipa New Rules for Dating

Dua Lipa and James Corden update the lyrics to her hits “Don’t Start Now” and “New Rules” to lay out the struggles of dating during the coronavirus quarantine.

Let Me Break It Down Trump Presidency

4 Years of Donald Trump In 3 Minutes

Maybe I’m Immune Cold Open

Inspired by President Donald Trump’s return to the White House with James Corden performs a special version of Paul McCartney’s classic “Maybe I’m Amazed.” Still infected with COVID-19 and facing polls heading in the wrong direction, we’ll see what Trump is immune to in the next month.

James Corden Gets a Lesson on White Privilege

As James Corden shares ways people can help in the fight against racial injustice and inequality in the United States, one of his writers, Olivia Harewood explains how James’s inherited privilege is a tool he and other white people can use for good.


Episode 0826 | Airdate: 11/2/20

Pete Buttigieg

Episode 0839  | Airdate: 11/24/20

Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell, BTS chat and performance