CBS' new late-night landscape comes partially into view March 9, when the network will launch a revised "Late Late Show" with new host James Corden that will tape in Los Angeles and be supervised by British producer Ben Winston.
Corden succeeds Craig Ferguson, who has hosted the late night series for the past 10 years, taking the reins from host Craig Kilborn. Ferguson is expected to sign off on December 19, 2014. David Letterman, who hosts the network's long running "Late Show," is also expected to step down sometime next ...
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