The Late Show
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The Late Show may refer to:
- The Late Show is an umbrella title used by numerous local television stations in North America from the 1950s to the 1990s for their late night broadcasts of old movies
- Late Show (CBS TV series), an American television talk show broadcast on CBS since 1993, formerly hosted by David Letterman, and currently hosted by Stephen Colbert.
- The Late Show (Australian TV series), the Australian comedy television show of 1992–1993
- The Late Show (FOX TV series), (1986-1988) a late-night American talk show broadcast by the Fox Network starring Joan Rivers for its first seven months followed by Arsenio Hall in 1987 and then Ross Shafer in 1988 and guest hosts at various times.
- The Late Show (BBC TV series), a British arts series from late 1989 to 1995.
- The Late Show (CBC radio), a radio documentary program about obituaries
- The Late Show (film), a film from 1977 written and directed by Robert Benton
- Late Show, a 1999 German film by director Helmut Dietl
- 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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