Another week, another series of buzzworthy episodes of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Here's a rundown of who'll be stopping by the show, broken down by day:

On Monday, Colbert welcomes Steph Curry, Sen. Ted Cruz and musical guest Don Henley. Tuesday, he'll have Donald Trump and Dr. Ernest Moniz on the couch, with musician Raury stopping by to jam. Wednesday's episode will feature Hugh Jackman, Hugh Evans and Sen. Elizabeth Warren with musical guest Pearl Jam. Andrew Sullivan, Maria Shriver, Jim Gaffigan and Archbishop Thomas Wenski will be Thursday's guests with the YMCA Jerusalem Youth Chorus and the Choir of St. Jean Baptiste performing. Friday's show will close out the week with guest Malala Yousafzai and Kerry Washington, and musical performances by the Arcs.

Watch 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Live Online Or Via Mobile Device For Free

Viewers can watch the show online as it airs for through CBS' online portal, CBS All Access. It's free for the first week for new users, which they can sign up for via the "Try 1 Week Free" link. BUT to watch a live stream of the show, members will need to live in one of the 86 markets that CBS allows that option for. Fair warning: CBS All Access costs around $6 a month, which kicks in after the free one week trial.

Digital users can also watch the show on their mobile device, either tablet or smartphone, by downloading the CBS app and signing for a free trial of CBS All Access.

Watch 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' The Day After It Airs

If for whatever reason, you can't manage to watch the show as it airs, then you can check out the show's YouTube account for the latest clips and show's section on for full episodes the next morning.

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m.