Darren Criss Scheduled For March 21 “Late Late Show With James Corden”

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Darren Criss is scheduled to appear on the March 14 “Conan.”

One week later, he will visit another late-night talk show.

CBS confirms Criss as a discussion guest for the March 21 “Late Late Show With James Corden.” The visit will mark his first appearance on the Corden-hosted talk show.

Allison Williams is also set to appear as a discussion guest, while The Band Perry will close the show with a performance.

CBS’ official “Late Late Show” listings follow:

Monday, March 13 Actress Leighton Meester; actor Dominic Monaghan; A Day in the Life of Blake Griffin; musical performance by Judah and the Lion (n)

Tuesday, March 14 Actress Gillian Jacobs; actor Jerrod Carmichael; musical performance by Lea Michele (n)

Wednesday, March 15 Actress Reese Witherspoon; actor Tony Goldwyn; musical performance by Andy Shauf (n)

Thursday, March 16 Actress Vanessa Hudgens; actor Thomas Sadoski (n)

Friday, March 17 Actor Ice Cube; actor Ike Barinholtz; musical performance by Steve Aoki & Louis Tomlinson (OAD: 2/13/17)

Monday, March 20 Actress Kaitlin Olson; actor Ben Platt; comedian Tim Minchin; musical performance by Bea Miller (n)

Tuesday, March 21 Actress Allison Williams; actor Darren Criss; musical performance by The Band Perry (n)

Wednesday, March 22 Actor Josh Gad; actress Judy Greer; musical performance by Maggie Rogers (n)

Thursday, March 23 Actor Terrence Howard; actress Jenna Elfman; musical performance by Take That (n)

Written by Brian Cantor

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