Jimmy shares photo submissions of funny or weird signs in a new Bad Signs, then chats with Tom Holland and Andra Day before enjoying a musical performance from Day.
Jimmy and John Cena take turns asking each other random questions and immediately answering them in a brand-new Think Fast!, then chats with Bryan Cranston and Cena before welcoming musical guest Remi Wolf.
Jimmy takes suggestions from the audience in a new Audience Suggestion Box, then chats with Rami Malek and Bridget Everett before enjoying stand-up from comedian Jesus Trejo.
Jimmy recaps President Joe Biden’s inauguration with a new edition of News & Improved, celebrates Questlove’s 50th birthday, speaks with Martin Scorsese and Fran Lebowitz, Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Hunter Schafer before welcoming musical guest Playboi Carti.
Jimmy pens his weekly thank you notes in all-new Thank You Notes, then chats with Nicole Kidman and Cole Sprouse before welcoming musical guest Henry Hall.
Jimmy reads his favorite tweets with the hashtag #DescribeATVShowBadly in an all-new Hashtags, then chats with Anthony Mackie and Cristin Milioti before welcoming musical guest Rico Nasty.
Jimmy asks The Roots to improvise songs about audience members in an all new Freestylin’ with The Roots, then chats with Riz Ahmed and Angela Bassett before welcoming musical guest Jacob Collier featuring Mahalia.
Jimmy plays Best, Worst, First with Anne Hathaway, then chats with Hathaway and Lilly Singh before welcoming musical guest Jazmine Sullivan.
Jimmy takes a moment to put some things out to pasture in a new Go On, Git, then chats with Rashida Jones and Bill Burr before welcoming musical guest Old Dominion.
Jimmy reads his favorite tweets with the hashtag #WorstFirstDate in an all-new Hashtags and then chats with Ricky Gervais and Daisy Edgar-Jones before enjoying a musical performance from The Avett Brothers.
Jimmy addresses the armed insurrection at the U.S. Capitol Building and then chats with Dan Rather, Don Cheadle and Katy Tur before welcoming musical guest Michael Kiwanuka.
Jimmy shares some of his favorite Tonight Show fan-submitted screenshots in a new Screengrabs and then chats with Gwen Stefani and Ralph Macchio before enjoying a musical performance from Stefani.
Jimmy looks at some photos and makes up his own headlines in a new News & Improved and then chats with Gordon Ramsay and Vanessa Kirby before welcoming musical guest Sturgill Simpson.
Jimmy plays the Mimic Challenge with Kristen Wiig, then chats with Wiig and Graham Norton before welcoming musical guest Jack Harlow.
Jimmy joins Gal Gadot in trying new foods for the first time, then chats with Gadot and Ricky Martin before welcoming musical guest Lana Del Rey.
Jimmy recaps the year 2020 in musical form with Andrew Rannells, then chats with Mariah Carey and Rannells before welcoming musical guest José Feliciano.
Jimmy welcomes former President Barack Obama and a musical performance by Liam Gallagher.
Jimmy makes up his own news headlines in a new News & Improved, then chats with Emma Stone and Ben Falcone before welcoming musical guest Josh Groban.
Jimmy takes a moment to put some things out to pasture in a new Go On, Git, then chats with Kaley Cuoco and Megan Rapinoe before welcoming stand-up comedian Josh Johnson.
Jimmy pens his weekly thank you notes in an all new Thank You Notes, chats with Chelsea Handler and Sen. Bernie Sanders and welcomes musical guest The War on Drugs.
Jimmy kicks off the show with a live monologue following Donald Trump and Joe Biden’s final presidential debate, catches up with Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Patton Oswalt and welcomes musical guest Of Monsters and Men.
Jimmy shares a commercial he saw for an album called Gwen’s Gone Country, chats with Gwen Stefani, Swizz Beatz and Timbaland and welcomes musical guest Bebe Rexha ft. Doja Cat.
Jimmy reads his favorite tweets with the hashtags #IGotBusted and celebrates James Bond Day with Daniel Craig before welcoming musical guests Billie Eilish and FINNEAS.
Jimmy kicks off the show with a live monologue following Donald Trump and Joe Biden’s first presidential debate, catches up with the first in-studio guest since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, John Cena, and welcomes musical guest BTS for their second performance of the week.