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The Jonathan Ross Show

The Jonathan Ross Show

  • TV chat show
  • ITV1
  • 2011 - 2024
  • 235 episodes (21 series)

Prime-time ITV chat show hosted by Jonathan Ross, featuring light-hearted interviews with A-list talent.

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Series 10, Episode 2 - Michael Caine, Sue Perkins, Sylvester Stallone, Michael B Jordan

Jonathan welcomes Sir Michael Caine for his first British chat show appearance in nearly ten years; comedian Sue Perkins; Rambo and Rocky star Sylvester Stallone and one of Hollywood's brightest young talents, Michael B Jordan.

Broadcast details

Date
Saturday 16th January 2016
Time
9:20pm
Channel
ITV1
Length
60 minutes

Cast & crew

Cast
Jonathan Ross Host / Presenter
Guest cast
Sue Perkins Guest
Michael Caine (as Sir Michael Caine) Guest
Sylvester Stallone Guest
Michael B Jordan Guest
Writing team
Jonathan Ross Writer
Shaun Pye Writer
Jez Stevenson Writer
Production team
Chris Howe Director
Tom Barrett Series Producer
Dan Wickens Producer
Lee Connolly Executive Producer
Beatrice Ballard (as Bea Ballard) Executive Producer
Alex Harknett VT Producer
Steve Andrews Editor
Pascal Emmenegger Editor
Tim Waddell Editor
Rudi Thackray Production Designer
Mark Ronson Composer

Press

Radio Times review

Plenty of opportunity for Jonathan Ross to joke about his own lazy foppishness: the testosterone will be flowing as Sylvester Stallone and Michael B Jordan, stars of the seventh Rocky movie Creed, hit the sofa. Expect a crunchy anecdote, possibly with alarming on-set footage, about how Jordan maintained Stallone's tradition of being beaten senseless for real in a scene where his character struggles through a boxing bout.

Ross also welcomes a big name who rarely chats. The imminent cinema release of tender, reflective comedy drama Youth has tempted Michael Caine out of talk-show retirement.

Jack Seale, Radio Times, 12th January 2016

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