Last Say on Sunday is a South African late-night talk show hosted by comedian and actor Darren Maule and produced by Urban Brew Studios which is a mixture of satirical news commentary, real interviews and spoof correspondence with the show's team of “experts”.
The series premiered on SABC3 on Sunday 5 April 2009, at 21h00. There are 26 half-hour episodes in the first season.
Hosted by actor and comedian Darren Maule, Last Say on Sunday is a mixture of satirical commentary, real interviews and spoof correspondence with the show's team of “experts”.
Each week the show opens with a brief comic monologue that rounds up the week’s events and offers social commentary - in a similar way to shows like Late Night with David Letterman, Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien.
Besides corresponding with its team of spoof specialists and experts, Darren will also conduct interviews with the biggest newsmaker of the week, columnists and opinionated individuals.
The show will play out with an original, humorous song written by a South African musical talent.
Correspondents include Denis Beckett, Mark Banks, David Kibuuka and Stuart Taylor.
The show is filmed in front of a live studio audience who interact with Darren and also have their say.
Last Say on Sunday is produced by Danie Ferreira of Urban Brew Studios, and directed by Marguerite Albrecht and head written by Mike Rands.