Graham Norton Back For a Second Season
BBC America premieres twelve new episodes
Immediately following a hilarious first season—which featured a wide variety of celebrity guests including Orlando Bloom, Kim Cattrall, Elijah Wood, Dustin Hoffman, Dennis Hopper, David Tennant, and Jon Bon Jovi—the irrepressible Graham Norton returns for a second season on BBC America.
The Graham Norton Show, season two, premieres Saturday, October 20, 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Featuring a devilishly potent mix of glamorous guests, audience interrogation and interactive mischief, The Graham Norton Show takes celebrity guests and the audience one-step further than other talk shows dare.
The second season kicks off with a guest appearance from the always controversial and utterly entertaining, Courtney Love. She dishes on Victoria Beckham being booed during fashion week and the tabloid stories on her romance with Pete Doherty, saying, “Your tabloids are so weird… I've had a rough two weeks, every day, there's something fishy going on... I've never met Pete Doherty, apparently he's very charismatic, he's got the style, the hat, even Kate Moss had to ask me [if it was true].”
The second season promises to be more topical than ever. BBC AMERICA will premiere episodes in the U.S. a mere nine days after the U.K. premiere, keeping American audiences in the loop while their favorite stars are in London. Future episodes will feature guest turns from Josh Hartnett, Rufus Wainright, John Waters, Nigella Lawson, and Tom Wopat and John Schneider, the original Dukes of Hazzard.
To watch clips from the new season, visit bbcamerica.com, where new clips will be available each week, starting Friday, October 19.