Charlamagne Tha God and Stephen Colbert to dispatch late-night TV television show on Comedy Central

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  • Charlamagne Tha God, co-host of the famous morning public broadcast “The Breakfast Club,” is taking his interesting image of parody and social discourse to late-night TV. 
  • The new show was co-made by CBS “Late Show” have Stephen Colbert. 
  • It takes Colbert back to Comedy Central for the first since “The Colbert Report” finished its 11-season run in 2014.

Charlamagne Tha God, co-host of the famous morning public broadcast “The Breakfast Club,” is taking his one-of-a-kind brand of parody and social critique to late-night TV. 

The new TV show was co-made by CBS “Late Show” have Stephen Colbert. 

“Tha God’s Honest Truth with Lenard ‘Charlamagne’ McKelvey” will make a big appearance on Comedy Central on Friday evenings beginning Sept. 17. 

The show takes Colbert back to Comedy Central for the first since “The Colbert Report,” a sarcastic interpretation of character-driven political shows, finished its 11-season run in 2014. 

This week, Colbert prodded a re-visitation of the organization, likewise possessed by CBS parent organization ViacomCBS. 

“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” runs weeknights on CBS. 

Charlamagne and Colbert, both from South Carolina, said they fortified over their common foundation. Colbert’s sibling was likewise an educator at Charlamagne’s center school. 

“My South Carolina brethren Stephen Colbert is a definitive co-sign in the late-night space and he wouldn’t co-sign no bull – – !” Charlamagne said. “We will win an Emmy one year from now for best lighting heading. I can feel it!!!” 

“For a really long time, the town of Moncks Corner, South Carolina, has been underrepresented in the late evening,” Colbert said, alluding to where Charlamagne grew up. “I anticipate all the manners by which the intrepid, unmatched Charlamagne will change the game.” 

As indicated by Wednesday’s delivery from MTV organizations, the week-by-week 30-minute program will feature Charlamagne’s “socially familiar interpretation of social issues in an assortment of profound plunges, representations, and social tests that deftly unloads the most squeezing points saturating governmental issues and culture. Redemptively comedic, refreshingly unfiltered, and proudly Black, nothing is beyond reach.” 

“This is one of those minutes where I can show you better than I can advise you,” Charlamagne said. 

Charlamagne has showed up on Colbert’s “Late Show” multiple times since 2016, and the two fostered a kinship throughout the long term that is finished in their first undertaking. “Tha God’s Honest Truth” will be a leader delivered by Aaron McGruder, maker of “The Boondocks,” a funny cartoon and show on Cartoon Network, which investigates legislative issues, mainstream society, and financial status of the Black people group. 

“Tha God’s Honest Truth” is the most recent arrangement in a developing media realm for Charlamagne. 

In September, he reported the dispatch of the Black Effect Podcast Network, a joint endeavor with iHeartMedia, fully intent on enhancing Black voices and Black makers in an assortment of sorts. 

In October, he reported a multi-year organization with humorist Kevin Hart and Audible to make content for the Amazon-claimed sound site. 

In November, he reported the dispatch of Black Privilege Publishing, an association with Atria Books at Simon and Schuster. 

Charlamagne acquired public consideration as the companion to radio character Wendy Williams. He’s most popular as co-host of “The Breakfast Club” based out of Power 105.1 FM in New York.

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