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Scheduled To Appear – 08/06

04:04 PM Thursday 8/6/09 |   |

Jay Leno may have no intention of being the guy on the white horse for NBC, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t above bringing out the big guns for the premier of his 10 p.m. show.

The Los Angeles Times reports Leno quipped to a group of journalists assembled for a press tour in Pasadena, Calif., Wednesday, “The network is on its own. Screw them! I’m not here to save them."

However, today the network confirmed to MTV that the first musical guest will be none other than hip hop heavyweight Jay-Z, whose posse for his performance of his new single “Run This Town” will include Kanye West and Rihanna.

At Wednesday’s event, Leno revealed to the Times that his new show, which debuts September 14, will look almost nothing like “The Tonight Show,” with “one guest, perhaps two, per night and he will generally not use a desk.”

And in a format that sounds suspiciously like “The Daily Show with John Stewart” and “The Colbert Report,” the new program will also feature a team of correspondents that includes not only comedians D.L. Hughly and Mikey Day, but “closet comedian” and “NBC Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams.

Thursday, August 6
John Legend – “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” – rerun
Ben Gleib, Natasha Leggero, Michael Yo – “Chelsea Lately”
John Pinette – “The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos” – rerun
Ray Romano, St. Vincent – “Late Show with David Letterman” – rerun
Jonas Brothers – “The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien”
Greg Giraldo – “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”
Doug Benson – “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
Glasvegas – “Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”
Ida Maria – “Last Call with Carson Daly” – rerun

Friday, August 7
David Cook – “Live with Regis and Kelly”
Loni Love, Brad Wollack – “Chelsea Lately” – rerun
Steve Earle, Paul Potts – “The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos” – rerun
Anthony Hamilton – “Late Show with David Letterman” – rerun
Flo Rida – “The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien”
Don Rickles, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings – “Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”
Bobby Ray – “Last Call with Carson Daly” – rerun

Saturday, August 8
Drive-By Truckers, Ryan Bingham – “Austin City Limits” – rerun
Fleet Foxes – “Saturday Night Live” – rerun

Comments

  1. Trainarollin wrote:

    08:46 AM, Aug 07, 2009

    Jay-Z and Kayne West grabbing their balls while singing on NBC Primetime. Yep, good way for rating in the midwest.  The audience they are trying to reach are not home between 10 - 11pm.