2017 has been quite a year for us.
We had lots of fun booking guest hosts for Jimmy Kimmel Live!
There was Jennifer Lawrence's hilarious interview with Kim Kardashian...
Shaq interviewed Mila Kunis....
Channing Tatum interviewed Ellen DeGeneres...
Channing even danced his way onto the stage...
Kristen Bell interviewed Charlie Hunnam
Tracee Ellis Ross gave her opinions about the Hollywood sexual harassment reckoning.
Melissa McCarthy and Jennifer Aniston had The Great Gravity Debate.
Melissa also interviewed an old friend, Octavia Spencer.
There was also Jimmy's birthday show!
Jimmy's friends worked together to bring "The Terrific Ten" to life.
Finally, the cast of The Last Jedi joined the show to talk about being in the Star Wars Universe.
With Steve's daytime show now in Los Angeles, we had an amazing guest list this past season, including a special visit from Hillary Clinton!
Harry Connick Jr. in New York had a great second season with guests like Oprah Winfrey!
And you won't want to miss this magical moment between John Cena and Harry!
Another one of our LA shows, The Rich Eisen Show, also had top talent join the studio.
Morgan Freeman discussed his new movie, "Just Getting Started".
Larry David joined Rich to talk about his latest season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm".
Jeff Bridges discussed "Only The Brave" and his role in "The Big Lebowsky".
Lastly, Will Ferrell joined Rich dressed up as Jesus to discuss "Daddy's Home 2".
CTB is also working closely with Omaze, helping them develop amazing campaigns as a fundraising platform that offers once in a lifetime experiences and exclusive merchandise in support of critical causes.
In New York, People TV's Entertainment Weekly digital show racked up sought after talent over the past year.
Guillermo del Toro joined EW to talk about "The Shape of Water".
Dan Stevens joined EW to discuss his role as Charles Dickens in "The Man Who Invented Christmas".
Joe Keery from "Stranger Things" joined the show and gushed over his co-star Gatten Matarazzo.
Gabourey Sidibe even shared her experience directing for the first time.
Lastly, Christopher Meloni from Survivor recalled his instant chemistry with Mariska Hargitay.
In another realm of People TV, Editorial Director Jess Cagle interviewed Ricky Gervais about his career and love life.
Jess later interviewed Tyler Perry to discuss his prolific career and latest film, "Boo 2!"
In Style's Laura Brown also had her own digital show, boasting talent like Michelle Dockery from Downton Abbey.
Laura Brown even interviewed Priyanka Chopra about her prom dress and clothes-stealing habits.
Close by in Connecticut, Dan Patrick interviewed comedian Jay Pharoah from "White Famous".
Patriots WR, Julian Edelman, also joined Dan Patrick to discuss his experience over the past season.
Justin Hartley discussed "This Is Us", "Bad Moms Christmas", and more with Dan in-studio.
Anthony Anderson joined Dan Patrick to promote Black-ish.
And finally, Keegan-Michael Key joined Dan Patrick to discuss his performance in Hamlet and his take on accents from different parts of the country.
In addition to season-long talk shows, CTB aided in the production of one-night specials like Night of Too Many Stars hosted by Jon Stewart on HBO.
The show featured big names with the proceeds going to NEXT for Autism.
Other one-night specials we loved working on include In Memoriam and The Year on ABC.
We also loved working on the hit podcast, WTF w/ Marc Maron! This past year, he has interviewed talent like James Franco and Greta Gerwig.
The past year has been an absolute blast for all of us at CTB, and we look forward to more collaborations in 2018.
Huge thanks to all our colleagues and friends that helped us end the year strong!