Craig Kilborn is heading back to television.
Kilborn, who previously hosted CBS' "Late Late Show," before leaving the program in 2004 (he was replaced by another Craig – Craig Ferguson), will host a new show in an earlier time slot.
The New York Times, which was first to report the news, reported that the show would be syndicated via 20th Television, a division of FOX.
Kilborn's new show will reportedly air in the early evening.
Kilborn was the original host of "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central, a show now hosted by Jon Stewart. "The Daily Show" turned from broader comedy toward political humor after the hosting change.
Since leaving talk television, Kilborn has appeared in a host of films including "The Shaggy Dog" which starred Tim Allen and Kristin Davis, and "The Benchwarmers" alongside David Spade, Jon Heder and Molly Sims.
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