Lucy Hale Scheduled For March 6 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

Lucy Hale will appear on the March 6 edition of Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show”

Lucy Hale [Andrew Lipovsky/NBC]

The CW’s new series “Life Sentence” premieres on March 7.

One night prior, star Lucy Hale will visit “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

NBC confirms Hale as an interview guest for the episode. “Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver will also be participating in an interview.

The network has not yet announced a third guest for the episode.

Official “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Monday, February 26: Guests include John Lithgow, Kelly Clarkson and musical guest Kacey Musgraves. Show 821

Tuesday, February 27: Guests include Bruce Willis, Retta and musical guest Towkio. Show 822

Wednesday, February 28: Guests include Chadwick Boseman, Marlon Wayans, Mike ‘Rooster’ McConaughey and Butch Gilliam and musical guest Devin Dawson. Show 823

Thursday, March 1: Guests include Alicia Keys, Darren Criss and Rudy Francisco. Show 824

Friday, March 2: Guests include Lin-Manuel Miranda and “Weird Al” Yankovic, Macaulay Culkin and musical guest Francis and the Lights. Show 825

Monday, March 5: Guests include Katie Holmes, Brian Tyree Henry, U.S. Women’s Olympic Ice Hockey Champions, musical guest Meghan Trainor and Bun B sits-in with The Roots. Show 826

Tuesday, March 6: Guests include John Oliver and Lucy Hale. Show 827

Wednesday, March 7: Guests include John Cena, Katherine Langford and musical guest JD & The Straight Shot. Show 828

Thursday, March 8: Guests include Sterling K. Brown, Jack Antonoff and musical guest Bleachers. Show 829

Friday, March 9: Guests include Drew Barrymore, Josh Radnor and Kelsey Cook. Show 830

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