The Late Show
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The Late Show may refer to:
- The Late Show (Australian TV series), the Australian comedy television show of 1992–1993
- The Late Show (1986 TV series), a late-night American talk show broadcast by the Fox Network from 1986–1988
- The Late Show (BBC TV series), a British arts series from the late 1989–1995
- The Late Show (CBC radio), a radio documentary program about obituaries
- Late Show with David Letterman, an American television show broadcast on CBS since 1993
- The Late Late Show (CBS TV series), an American television show right after Letterman and by his production company since 1995, currently hosted by Craig Ferguson
- The Late Late Show, an Irish television show
- The Late Show (film), a film from 1977 written and directed by Robert Benton
- The CBS Late Movie, which was known from 1972–1989 as The Late Show
- The Late Show (album), a live album by jazz saxophonists Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis and Johnny Griffin recorded in 1961
- The Late Show (1950s TV series), a 1957-1959 Australian television variety series
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