Jimmy Fallon is back to work at 30 rock. He returned to the studio for “The Tonight Show” last night, becoming the first late-night host to do so since quarantine.
Fallon got back in Studio 6A to film the NBC late-night show, along with his longtime house band,The Roots.New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was his first guest back in a Zoom interview, saying “New York is really open now that you’re doing your show again.” Other guests included Charlize Theron and a performance by Little Big Town.
The late-night host has been filming “At Home” editions of his show for four months now. Back in the studio, production is enforcing social distancing and safety guidelines approved by New York authorities – and there will be no audience for now.