Taraji P. Henson, David Harbour, Phish Scheduled For October 10 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

Stars from two smash hit television series and one of the most iconic live music acts of all-time are scheduled for the October 10 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

Per NBC listings, “Empire” star Taraji P. Henson and “Stranger Things” star David Harbour will appear as the broadcast’s interview guests. While a discussion about “Stranger Things” seems inevitable, it should be noted that Harbour may also mention his guest appearance on Amazon’s “Crisis In Six Scenes.”

The episode will conclude with a performance by Phish.

NBC additionally notes that Doyle Bramhall II will sit in with in-house band The Roots on the October 10 episode.

NBC’s official “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Monday, October 3: Guests include Emily Blunt, Mario Batali and musical guest Chance the Rapper. Show 546

Tuesday, October 4: Guests include John Goodman, Lin-Manuel Miranda and musical guest Empire of the Sun. Olivia Newton-John sits-in with The Roots. Show 547

Wednesday, October 5: Guests include Ashton Kutcher, Issa Rae and musical guest Norah Jones. Show 548

Thursday, October 6: Guests include Ben Affleck, Sarah Paulson and musical guest Green Day. Show 549

Friday, October 7: Guests include Tyler Perry, Abigail Spencer and musical guest Van Morrison. Show 550

**Monday, October 10: Guests include Taraji P. Henson, David Harbour and musical guest Phish. Doyle Bramhall II sits-in with The Roots. Show 551

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