Update: CBS has revised its listings for Monday’s “Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”
CBS originally advertised Millie Bobby Brown and Paul Simon for the episode. Brown is still set to appear, but CBS is no longer advertising Simon for the episode.
The episode will instead feature an interview with Anthony Salvanto and a performance by Josh Groban. Brown is still billed as the lead interview guest.
Millie Bobby Brown’s late-night television interviews have generally received rave reviews.
Next week, she will make another such appearance.
CBS says Brown will be an interview guest on the November 19 edition of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”
The episode will also feature an appearance by Paul Simon. The music icon will appear for both an interview and musical performance.
CBS’ official listings follow:
Tuesday, Nov. 13
Rachel Weisz; Jason Mantzoukas; stand-up comedy performance by Demetri Martin; special appearance by Dolph Lundgren (n)
Wednesday, Nov. 14
Ricky Gervais; Bianna Golodryga, co-host of CBS THIS MORNING; Chef Flynn McGarry (n)
Thursday, Nov. 15
Ben Stiller; Jemele Hill; musical performance by Jorja Smith (n)
Friday, Nov. 16
Timothée Chalamet; special appearance by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor; stand-up comedy performance by Graham Kay (n)
Monday, Nov. 19
Millie Bobby Brown; interview with and musical performance by Paul Simon (n)
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Michael Douglas; Senator Ben Sasse; Chef José Andrés (n)
Wednesday, Nov. 21
Connie Britton; George R.R. Martin; stand-up comedy performance by Emma Willmann (n)
Thursday, Nov. 22
Lin-Manuel Miranda; Brooke Baldwin; special appearance by Laura Benanti (OAD: 10/16/18)
Friday, Nov. 23
Lady Gaga (OAD: 10/4/18)