Three weeks in, Stephen Colbert promises to continue to keep it interesting, or eccentric: He's booked as guests a major New York developer (who's also running for president) and a Nobel laureate.
Oh, also Pearl Jam and the U.S. Energy secretary.
As Johnny might say, "Wild!"
Here's the list and -- of this fascinating parade of guests -- make what you will. But Colbert is conspicuously, emphatically doing something no host has done on the network late-night shows in many years: book notables who are not strictly in the business of selling their movies.
Here's the line-up.
Monday, Sept. 21 NBA MVP Steph Curry; Sen. Ted Cruz
Tuesday, Sept. 22 Donald Trump; U.S. Secretary of Energy Dr. Ernest Moniz; musical performance by Raury
Wednesday, Sept. 23 Actor Hugh Jackman and founder of the Global Poverty Project Hugh Evans; Sen. Elizabeth Warren; musical performance by Pearl Jam
Thursday, Sept. 24 Author Andrew Sullivan; journalist and activist Maria Shriver; comedian Jim Gaffigan; Archbishop Thomas Wenski
Friday, Sept. 25 Nobel Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai; actress Kerry Washington; musical performance by The Arcs