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Nina Dobrev Scheduled For Appearances On “James Corden,” “The Talk”

Nina Dobrev will appear on the January 15 “Corden” and January 17 “The Talk.”

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To support her new CBS series “Fam,” actress Nina Dobrev will make appearances on two of the network’s talk shows.

Dobrev will first visit “The Late Late Show With James Corden.” She will appear as part of the nightly discussion with James Corden and fellow guest Terry Crews. Jack & Jack will close the show with a musical performance.

The actress will subsequently visit “The Talk” on January 17. As of press time, she is the only celebrity confirmed for that day’s edition of the daytime talk show.

Listings for both programs follow.

CORDEN

Monday, Jan. 14

Actress Claire Foy; actress Andie MacDowell; musical performance by Freya Ridings (n)

Tuesday, Jan. 15

Actress Nina Dobrev; actor Terry Crews; musical performance by Jack & Jack (n)

Wednesday, Jan. 16

Actress Cobie Smulders; stand-up comedy performance by Joel Kim Booster (n)

Thursday, Jan. 17

Actress Vanessa Hudgens; actor Andrew Rannells (n)

THE TALK

Monday, Jan. 14

GRAMMY Award-winning singer Patti LaBelle discusses her tour and television series (n)

Tuesday, Jan. 15

Actress Anna Camp discusses her new film “Egg” (n)

Wednesday, Jan. 16

Actress Jamie Lee Curtis discusses her new film “An Acceptable Loss” (n)

Thursday, Jan. 17

Actress Nina Dobrev (CBS’ FAM) (n)

Friday, Jan. 18

Actresses Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin discuss their television series (n)

Written by Brian Cantor

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