David Spade has landed a new hosting gig at Comedy Central.
The 54-year-old comedian is returning to late-night TV with a new show at Comedy Central.
The yet-to-be titled nightly series hosted by Spade was announced Sunday at TCA.
The series will air at 11:30 PM following Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show on Monday through Thursday nights starting later this year.
The format will include opening monologues followed by rotating group of celebrities and comedians. Spade is expected to discuss topics that offer a “signature take on the pop culture news of the day,” according to the network. Which means that Spade will not necessarily center on national news and POTUS like many of the current late-night offerings.
Spade will executive producer alongside Alex Murray, Marc Gurvitz. Brad Wollack and Tom Brunelle. Wollack and Brunelle also serve as showrunners.
Check out Spade’s video announcement, which played at TCA, below.