The Esquire Network will air episodes of NBC’s late night talk show Late Night With Jimmy Fallon a week after its premiere beginning in April, the network announced Thursday.
Esquire Network, a rebrand of the NBCUniversal-owned G4 network that will officially launch in April, will air Late Night with Jimmy Fallon episodes weeknights at 7 p.m. beginning April 24, the network said.
“Jimmy’s sharp wit, relaxed style and natural charm make him exactly the kind of guy Esquire Network viewers want to spend time with, and his show the perfect choice to lead in to our primetime,” said Adam Stotsky, general manager, Esquire Network in a statement. “With its unique blend of conversation, music, innovative use of digital media and risk-taking comedy, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon has become a top destination for A-list celebrities and now, for our viewers as well.”
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon joins previously announced acquired series Parks and RecreationParty Down on the network.
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