Graham Norton Summary

  • 1 Taping(s) per week
  • Opened June 24, 2004
  • Show Closed: September 16, 2004
  • Comedy/Talk Show
  • Cable

Raised in the Republic of Ireland, the 39 year-old Graham Norton is currently one of the most popular entertainers on British television. The critically-acclaimed Norton has won numerous British Academy (BAFTA) awards, including this year's BAFTA for Entertainment Performer, and an International Emmy for Best Popular Arts Program in 2001. His big break in the world of comedy came in 1997 when he was nominated for the prestigious Perrier comedy award at the world-famous Edinburgh Festival, which led to multiple TV offers and, ultimately, to the creation of the hugely successful "So Graham Norton" on Britain's Channel Four.

Graham Norton Cancellation Details

This openly gay and brash British import late night talker didn't survive long in the States doing his way-over-the-top gay jokes. Ratings suffered and advertisers pulled out when they had his jokes translated. Graham Norton moved his show back to the UK and went from strength to strength, becoming a top 3 TV show in the UK in 2014.

Graham Norton Broadcast Time

The Show is broadcast Thursdays at 10:00pm and Fridays at 8:00pm on Comedy Central.

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221 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
Directions: Take the MTA 1 train to the 28th Street Station and walk down 7th Ave to W 26th St. Walk west on 26th Street towards 8th Ave. The studio is located between 7th and 8th Avenue.
Studio Information

Graham Norton Show Schedule

The Graham Norton Effect tapes at 7:30pm Tuesdays at Studio.

Cast Members

Host
Graham Norton

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