Late-night musical lineup for the week:

Late-night musical lineup for the week:

v Madonna: “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” NBC, 11:35 tonight

vChance the Rapper: “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” CBS, 11:35 tonight

vG-Eazy featuring Cardi B: “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” NBC, 11:35 Tuesday

vMacklemore: “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” CBS, 12:30 a.m. Thursday

vSteve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers: “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” CBS, 11:35 p.m. Thursday

“The BIG BANG THEORY, (CBS, 8 p.m.): Amy gives Sheldon an answer to his proposal while Howard and Bernadette struggle with some unexpected news in the 11th season premiere.

“YOUNG SHELDON,” (CBS, 8:30 p.m.): The prequel to “The Big Bang Theory” finds 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper (Iain Armitage) growing up in East Texas, where church and football are king, rather tough going for a boy with an advanced IQ.

“Kevin can wait,” (CBS, 9 p.m.): Leah Remini joins the cast (and her “King of Queens” co-star) on its second-season premiere.



Movies available Tuesday on DVD and through digital providers (includes box office gross revenue):

“Transformers: The Last Knight” (PG-13): $130.1 million

“47 Meters Down” (PG-13): $43.6 million

“The Little Hours” (R): $1.5 million

“3 Idiots” (PG-13): $1.2 million

“Love, Kennedy” (PG): $300,000

“Risk” (not rated): $100,000


Linkin Park to do tribute for Bennington


Linkin Park will play a one-night-only concert in tribute to late lead singer Chester Bennington.

Warner Bros. Records says the show will take place at the Hollywood Bowl in LA on Oct. 27. It’s the first time that Linkin Park will perform since Bennington’s July 20 death.

Warner Bros. says individual band members intend to contribute their fees from the show to Music For Relief in memory of Bennington.

The band has also released its video for “One More Light,” the title track from its latest album. The video features Bennington singing and archive footage.

Hannity boycott call fizzling, at least publicly


A liberal advocacy group’s call for advertisers to boycott Sean Hannity’s show on Fox News Channel last month isn’t generating much momentum.

Luxury carmaker Cadillac is the only new company to publicly back away from Hannity since the boycott by Media Matters for America was announced.

Media Matters says it’s playing the long game and that there is a lot more going on behind the scenes. Media Matters says Hannity has gone beyond hosting an opinion show to becoming an active campaigner for President Donald Trump.

Trump supporters say they have Hannity’s back, and they’ve gone after companies that have wavered on Hannity.

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