NBC has unveiled the new season of “The Donald J. Trump Show,” which will return to the network in 2019 after a hiatus of three years.
The series will also be hosted by new host Jimmy Fallon.
The new series will debut on Monday nights at 9 p.m. and 10 p.c. and on Tuesday nights at 10 p,c and 8 p,a with host Jimmy Kimmel.
Fallon, who is known for hosting the CBS Late Late Show and “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” will serve as a writer, executive producer and co-host of the series, which is being produced by the Emmy-winning team of Paul Giamatti and Mark Burnett.
Fallon has previously hosted “The Daily Show,” “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” “The Late Late With Craig Ferguson” and “Conan.”
Fallon will be joined by fellow comedians and actors such as Alec Baldwin, Keegan-Michael Key, Amy Poehler and John Oliver, and host Jimmy Pardo.
The executive producer of the new series is Mark Burnett, whose credits include “Saturday Night Live” and the upcoming “The Simpsons” season.
The show is set to premiere in September 2019, and will be available on NBC via the digital platforms.
Fallon said he was excited to be involved in the show, which he calls “the funniest show I’ve ever worked on.”
Fallon also praised Fallon for his “courage and tenacity” to stay involved in his work.
“I’ve got no doubt that Jimmy Fallon will continue to grow as a comedian and an actor and I look forward to working with him in the future,” he said.
“Jimmy’s incredible comedic talents and the kind of passion he brings to every character he plays are unparalleled.
It’s a privilege to work with him.”
The new season will also include “The Celebrity Apprentice” spinoff “Celebrity Apprentice,” which airs on Monday evenings at 9 pm.p.m., and will also air on the NBC Universal Network.
NBC said it will also expand its slate of original series, including the first new series from a female-led comedy since “The Goldbergs” in April 2018.
NBC’s first new comedy series will be the “Jane the Virgin” spin-off “Jane The Virgin,” which premieres in fall 2019.