If you’re not heading out for New Year’s Eve tonight (December 31), there is plenty on TV to keep you entertained, including one-off episodes of some of the most popular shows.

This includes the likes of The Graham Norton Show New Year’s Eve Special which will see some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry take to the sofa to discuss their latest films, tours and books.

Most recently, Hollywood stars Julia Roberts and Tom Hanks as well as the new Doctor, Ncuti Gatwa, were just a few of the icons welcomed on the usual Friday night slot by Graham.

But who will be on the New Year’s Eve special as 2024 begins? Let’s find out.

Who are the guests on The Graham Norton Show New Year’s Eve Special?

Graham will be joined by Hollywood stars Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo, starring together in the black comedy Poor Things.

Strictly Come Dancing host Claudia Winkleman will be talking all things The Traitors ahead of the second series in January, along with comedy great Rob Brydon who will be on to promote his new tour A Night of Songs and Laughter.

There will also be the usual music performance from one of 2023’s standout bands, the Mercury Prize-winning Ezra Collective, who will perform 'Victory Dance'.

Not forgetting some end-of-the-year stories in the world-famous Big Red Chair.

What time is The Graham Norton Show New Year’s Eve Special on TV?

The Graham Norton Show New Year’s Eve Special will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer from 10.25pm.

It will then be broadcast on BBC One Scotland from 12.30am on 1 January.

Other BBC New Year’s Eve specials include Rick Astley Rocks New Year's Eve which will be on BBC One tonight from 11.30pm.

Texas singer Sharleen Spiteri, TV and radio broadcaster Rylan Clark and the House Gospel Choir will help bring in the New Year alongside Astley as host.