Late-night hosts join forces for first ever 'Climate Night'

Late night is stepping up for the planet.

Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee, ジェームズコーデン, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers and Trevor Noah will unite across networks on Sept. 22 にとって “Climate Night,” focusing their programming on climate change.
Shows that will participate include TBS’sFull Frontal with Samantha Bee,” ABC’s “ジミーキンメルライブ!,” NBC’s “セスマイヤーズとの深夜,” Comedy Central’sThe Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” CBS’s “ジェームズコーデンとのレイトレイトショー,” CBS’s “スティーブンコルベールとのレイトショー,” and NBC’sThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
    Though the subject matter is serious, there will be jokes.
      I don’t want to die,” said Kimmel of why he’s participating.
        In the interest of recycling, please use whatever Jimmy Kimmel said,” quipped Fallon.
        I’m thrilled to participate in ‘Climate Night,'” said Bee. “But maybe we should move it up a few days? Just because, ええと, it’s urgent?”
          I’m proud to dedicate one entire night of my show to the climate, so I can say I wasn’t part of the problem, I was 1/365th of the solution,” said Colbert.
          Climate Nighttakes place during Climate Week NYC, a weeklong summit of global leaders and climate activists promoting actionable solutions to address the climate crisis.
            Climate Nightwas created by formerDaily Show” そして “Patriot Actshowrunner Steve Bodow.
            Climate change has gone very fast from ‘probably the future,’ to ‘actually, たった今’ — which means we all need to be talking and thinking about it much more,” Bodow said. “Late-night hosts reflect our national conversation even more than Russian Twitter bots set itso this incredible group of shows coming together makes a statement about the scale and urgency of the world’s hottest problem.




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