“The Amber Ruffin Show” to Include “Best Parts of the End of the Night” – Deadline


In a special surprise panel at CTAM, comedian Amber Ruffin was joined by Jenny Hagel and Seth Meyers to talk about her upcoming half-hour talk show. Le spectacle Amber Ruffin on Peacock who she says will take the best parts of regular late-night shows. What does this mean exactly? At the start of the panel, Ruffin said that the good parts are essentially comedy.Hagel, who serves as the show’s executive producer, said that “all parties are good” when it comes to the end of the night. “The funny thing about Amber’s show is that we’re not married to a particular format,” she said. “One of the things Amber does best is let the content of the day dictate the format versus the format dictating the content. Amber does a great job watching the headlines of the day and saying, “What’s the best way to approach this insane headline series?” She added that the best part of the end of the night is the way they react to their new take on what’s going on. in the world – and that’s a skill Amber is going to bring to the show.

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Ruffin is working with Meyers (also an EP in the new talk show) on his own late night show and he points out that there is an advantage to having different voices on his show that are not like his own. “That’s why Amber thrived on the show,” he said, adding that she was filling that space that no one was filling.

Just because Ruffin has a new talk show doesn’t mean his duties at Late night with Seth Meyers are done. In fact, the two shows will be so close to each other that she doesn’t really have to juggle much and she’ll always be on the spot. Late at night team of writers and we will always see his tracks as “Amber Says What”.

“I’m not leaving the show!” Ruffin said. “I’m going to do both: Late at night and Le spectacle Amber Ruffin and it’s gonna be awesome!

Given the global circumstances (I’m talking about the pandemic), Le spectacle Amber Ruffin is launching without an audience but Ruffin hopes to have an audience early next year. Meyers refers to his early days as Le spectacle Amber Ruffin: The Prequels.

“This first series of shows will be the preamble to launching the show with an audience because Amber is so good with an audience,” Meyers said.

The late night space is predominantly white and masculine. Ruffin joins the ranks of late night shows hosted by women. She doesn’t know why the timing for a late night lady is better, but she knows her show is going to be fantastic. “He’s here if they want him,” Ruffin said with a smile. “I should say whatever takes you want, we’ll get them.” She added that people are increasingly interested in the different perspectives of women and blacks. “Now people’s understandings have broadened and their interests have changed. Hope this translates into a late night TV.

Emmy and WGA Award nominee Amber Ruffin is a writer and performer for NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers and was the first black woman to write for a late night talk show in the U.S. She wrote and performed on Comedy Central’s Detroiters and is a regular narrator on cable Drunk story. Additionally, she was a writer / performer for the 2018 and 2019 Golden Globe Awards and wrote for the series. A Black Lady sketch show.

Ruffin, Hagel, Meyers and Mike Shoemaker are the executive producers. The series is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, and Sethmaker Shoemeyers Productions.

Le spectacle Amber Ruffin should be launched in September.


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