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Alexandra Daddario Scheduled For September 11 “Late Late Show With James Corden” Taping

The “Why Women Kill” star will appear on the September 11 “Corden.”

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New series “Why Women Kill” recently commenced its run on CBS All Access.

To support the series, star Alexandra Daddario will soon appear on a CBS late-night talk show.

According to the 1iota ticketing website, Daddario is set for the September 11 “Late Late Show With James Corden” taping. “Corden” episodes typically air the night they are taped, but the listing should be considered tentative until formally confirmed by CBS.

Per 1iota, the episode will also feature an appearance by the Emmy-winning Tony Hale. A musical or comedy guest may be announced at a later date.

CBS’ latest “Late Late Show” listings follow:

Monday, Sept. 2

Actress Renée Zellweger; actor Sir Ben Kingsley; musical performance by Oliver Tree (OAD: 5/20/19)

Tuesday, Sept. 3

Actor Dominic Cooper; actor Jonathan Groff; musical performance by Red Hearse (n)

Wednesday, Sept. 4

Actor-comedian Marc Maron; actress Jillian Bell; musical performance by Keane (n)

Thursday, Sept. 5

Actor Orlando Bloom; actress Yvonne Strahovski; musical performance by O-Town (n)

Monday, Sept. 9 (tentative via 1iota):

Actress Kate Bosworth, actor Sean Hayes (n)

Tuesday, Sept. 10 (tentative via 1iota):

Kris Jenner (n)

Wednesday, Sept. 11 (tentative via 1iota):

Actor Tony Hale, actress Alexandra Daddario (n)

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