Jimmy Kimmel broadcast his show from Brooklyn on October 30, 2012.
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Get ready for a new late-night lineup on ABC15!
"Jimmy Kimmel Live" has moved to 10:35 p.m., following ABC15 News at 10, and putting the show in head-to-head competition with “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and “Late Show with David Letterman.”
"Nightline" has moved to 11:35 p.m., allowing viewers to begin and end their day with ABC News.
Jimmy kicked off his big move with superstar Jennifer Aniston and rockers No Doubt on Tuesday's show.
His first week of shows will also feature visits from Ryan Gosling, Sofía Vergara, Ellen DeGeneres, Jamie Foxx and Mark Wahlberg.
“The time is right for Kimmel to make this move…he’s ready, and so is his audience," said Paul Lee, president, ABC Entertainment Group."For the past 10 years we’ve built the foundation for this shift, and we’ll be celebrating the New Year as only Jimmy Kimmel can… with that unique brand of humor and universal wit that has endeared him to fans of all ages.”
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