Rami Malek, Liz Gillies Scheduled to Appear on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”

Rami Malek [USA]

The season finale of USA Network’s critically acclaimed “Mr. Robot” airs on September 2.

One night earlier, star Rami Malek will appear on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

ABC confirms Malek as the 9/1 episode’s second interview guest. Actress Salma Hayek is slated as the first interviewee, while alternative act Atlas Genius will close the show with a performance.

“Mr. Robot” will not be the only cable television series with a representative at “Kimmel.”

ABC adds that Liz Gillies, who stars on ABC’s “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll,” will appear on the September 3 edition of “Kimmel.” Andrew Garfield and musical guest Faith No More are also appearing that night.

Gillies was previously scheduled for the August 27 “Kimmel,” but the appearance did not end up taking place.

ABC’s full “Kimmel” listings follow:

Monday, August 31

1. Comedian Roseanne Barr (“Last Comic Standing”) 2. Panelist and musical guest Demi Lovato

Tuesday, September 1

1. Actress Salma Hayek (“The Prophet”) 2. Actor Rami Malek (“Mr. Robot”) 3. Musical guest Atlas Genius

Wednesday, September 2

1. Actress Amanda Peet (“Sleeping With Other People”) 2. Director Bobcat Goldthwait (“Call Me Lucky”) 3. Musical guest Chris Young

Thursday, September 3

1. Actor Andrew Garfield (“99 Homes”) 2. Actress Liz Gillies (“Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll”) 3. Musical guest Faith No More

Written by Brian Cantor

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