Here's the lineup for this week's episode of The Late Late Show
Will you be tuning in this Friday?
While The Tommy Tiernan Show is getting a lot of attention this morning (this season has been extended for another six weeks), it's still The Late Late Show that attracts the biggest stars every week.
Here's who we're dealing with on this week's episode.
Television royalty Bryan Cranston will chat to Tubridy about his Golden Globe nomination, the differences between great TV and film making, and his greatest roles to date (Hal or Walter White, is the question...)
Cranston stars in Your Honor, a highly rated new series.
Lesley Roy's Eurovision hopes were dashed with the cancellation of last year's show, but the Dubliner is ready to finish what she started and will give her debut performance of Ireland's 2021 Eurovision entry, 'Maps'.
It's also going to be an evening for celebrating Eurovision victories and iconic Irish moments from the competition, with former winners Linda Martin, Niamh Kavanagh, Charlie McGettigan, and Paul Harrington in studio for some musical performances.
Ryan will be joined by Irish Paralympic athletes Ellen Keane, Colin Judge, Nicola Turner, Martin Gordon, and John Fulham, President of Paralympics Ireland, to discuss their hopes for Toyko this summer and the challenges of training for a worldwide stage in the midst of a pandemic.
Crispin Rodwell, president of the Press Photographers Association of Ireland, will be on to present a selection of images from this year's PPAI Awards. The overall Press Photographer of the Year will also be announced live on air.
Further guests will be announced on Friday.
The Late Late Show kicks off on 26 February on RTÉ One at 9.35pm.