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The Jonathan Ross Show

ITV chat show hosted by Jonathan Ross. 202 episodes (17 series), 2011 - 2021. Stars Jonathan Ross.

Another series is in development.

Press Clippings

Wossy's war on woke

Legenday chat-show host Jonathan Ross say it's 'dangerous' to silence those you disagree with.

Spiked, 2nd June 2021

The Jonathan Ross Show returns with "best of" series

The 59-year-old TV presenter has invited celebrity guests to bare all on his talk show The Jonathan Ross Show since 2011, and now ITV have commissioned a new series looking at the most memorable clips from the 15 seasons.

Female First, 27th May 2020

Jonathan Ross Show taking a break

Jonathan Ross' chat show will be "rested" this spring amid reports of falling ratings.

Female First, 19th December 2019

Sound the Iggy Pop klaxon because the lean tune machine is tonight's star guest. Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul is also in the house to talk about new movie El Camino, joined by current queen of everything Maya Jama and the ever-charming Jack Whitehall. Sam Fender brings his gritty croon to music corner.

Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 19th October 2019

Wossy bids hello to The Farewell's Awkwafina, star of the tender comedy-drama and a rapper and comic besides. Plus, McFly, cricket ace Jofra Archer, music from Dermot Kennedy, and Danny Dyer, a Jonathan Ross veteran but always worth a slot - and never without a new project or 12 to plug.

Hannah J Davies, The Guardian, 5th October 2019

Wossy is joined by a duo of singers this week: former American Idol runner-up and now Queen frontman Adam Lambert and Scary Spice herself, Mel B. Comedian Russell Howard provides the laughs, while actor Emily Mortimer chats about her new seafaring horror with Gary Oldman.

Ammar Kalia, The Guardian, 28th September 2019

Sixty Seconds with Jonathan Ross

The TV stalwart, 58, on bum-calling celebrities, the prequel to Game Of Thrones and who he'd reject for his chat show.

Paul Simper, Metro, 12th September 2019

Fresh from his bug-chomping triumph on I'm a Celeb, Harry Redknapp settles down for a chat on the sofa, joined by another football luminary (and Liam Neeson defender), John Barnes. Naomi Campbell rounds out an eccentric collection of guests, while Dido provides the music, ahead of her first tour in 15 years.

Gwilym Mumford, The Guardian, 9th March 2019

Ross launches a new run of his chatshow, joined by a sofa full of famous faces, including Captain Marvel co-stars Brie Larson and Samuel L Jackson alongside The Voice UK coaches Jennifer Hudson and, plus comedian and Strictly black sheep Seann Walsh. Music is from Bryan Adams.

Mike Bradley, The Guardian, 2nd March 2019

A rare boon for Rossy, who so often seems to be beaten to the A-listers by Graham Norton: this week he's managed to reunite the Spice Girls! Well, four of them - Victoria Beckham is missing from the sofa as well as the arena tour the group have just announced. Perhaps they could convince Kylie Minogue, performing here alongside Jack Savoretti, to join in her stead? Playing very much second fiddle to Baby, Scary, Ginger and Sporty is John Bishop, who will be discussing his latest standup DVD and recent UKTV series.

Gwilym Mumford, The Guardian, 10th November 2018