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Co-founder of James Corden’s production company discusses star’s return to Britain

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James Corden’s Fulwell 73 production company co-founder Ben Turner said he was ‘really thrilled to be bringing James back to the UK’ after finishing The Late Late Show in the US next year .

MailOnline has confirmed James Corden, 43, will step down as host of the CBS talk show at the end of next season as he plans to spend more time back home in Britain.

Ben told Variety: ‘[Corden] just had so many strings to his bow, and Late is a big commitment that took him so long.

He went out ! James Corden’s Fulwell 73 production company co-founder Ben Turner is ‘really thrilled to be bringing James back to the UK’ after The Late Late Show ends in the US next year

“We’re really delighted to have him back in the UK and all that that entails, but it’s a big moment for us.”

Fulwell 73 is based in both Los Angeles, California, where James currently lives, and London. will be revealed soon.

MailOnline has contacted a representative for James for comment.

Homecoming: MailOnline has confirmed that James Corden, 43, will step down as host of the CBS talk show at the end of next season as he plans to spend more time at home in Britain (pictured with Arnold Schwarzenegger)

Homecoming: MailOnline has confirmed that James Corden, 43, will step down as host of the CBS talk show at the end of next season as he plans to spend more time at home in Britain (pictured with Arnold Schwarzenegger)

James made the decision to leave The Late Late Show at the end of season eight despite the best efforts of TV executives who exclusively told MailOnline they were ‘desperately trying to keep him around for longer’.

The star and his 10-year-old wife Jules are considering a return to the UK with their three children Max, 11, Carey, seven, and Charlotte, four, but they are still trying to ‘figure out’ what comes next for the family.

An insider told MailOnline that spending more time in the UK when the show ends is “certainly on the horizon”.

Another source suggested he was planning a move near West Ham United’s London stadium in east London.

An insider told The Sun: “James and Jules have barely had time to see their families in the UK for the past few years due to his work schedule. They will be coming and going for a while.

“Long term, they both want to see more of their parents and plan to definitely come back in a few years.

“They have sold their house in London and should therefore look for a new base in the capital.”

The next move: It has been reported that James and Jules are considering a return to the UK with three children Max, 11, Carey, seven and Charlotte, four

The next move: It has been reported that James and Jules are considering a return to the UK with three children Max, 11, Carey, seven and Charlotte, four

The Late Late Show, which tours from Los Angeles, first premiered in 1995 with host Tom Snyder. Craig Kilborn and Craig Ferguson followed as hosts until James Corden arrived in 2015.

Corden promised to “go out with a bang” as he informed the public of his decision to step down as host of The Late Late Show.

Revealing the news on the latest episode of the American talk show, he said the show had “changed my life” and promised there would be “a lot of tears” when his tenure ended.

“Seven and a half years ago I started hosting this show and there’s no other way to say it, it changed my life,” he said.

Main man: The Late Late Show premiered in 1995 with Tom Snyder as host, Corden (pictured with guests Julie Andrews and Kristen Bell) took over in 2015 after Craig Kilborn and Craig Ferguson

Main man: The Late Late Show premiered in 1995 with Tom Snyder as host, Corden (pictured with guests Julie Andrews and Kristen Bell) took over in 2015 after Craig Kilborn and Craig Ferguson

‘I never saw it as my final destination, and I never want this show to overstay its welcome, I love doing it and I really think a year from now will be a good time to move on and see what’s going on there. ‘

He added: “We’re all determined to make this the best year we’ve ever had…we’re going to come out with a bang.”

“The fact that you guys are watching this…all over the world…is an absolute privilege for me and for everyone who makes this show.”

‘We [CBS] desperately tried to keep him around longer, but James only wanted to do one final year which would keep him on the show until next year,’ a senior CBS source revealed. “He’s been such a hit for us for so many years, he’s going to be sorely missed.”

“It is very rare to find a talent capable of redefining a long-form format. His sketches have gone viral around the world, breaking records and creating the most-watched online clips in late-night television history. evening,’ they continued.

“The biggest stars in the world have appeared on his show – which even took him to the White House!”

James told Deadline the decision was difficult after being so successful.

“It was a very difficult decision to leave because I’m extremely proud of the show.” I am happy to extend [for a year]. I always thought I would do it for five years and then leave and stay. I really thought about it for a long time, wondering if maybe there would be one more adventure.

When asked if he plans to move, James said he and his wife “really don’t know the answer to that question”.

“It’s something we think about and talk about a lot, but we haven’t really made a decision about it yet. It is the life side of things that we are going to discover,” he added.

‘I like living here [in LA]. I love everything that is given. My family and I never took this amazing adventure for granted. Every day I walk down Sunset to work and I just think I’m from High Wycombe.

'We [CBS] desperately tried to keep him around longer, but James only wanted to do one final year which would keep him on the show until next year,' a senior CBS source revealed.

‘We [CBS] desperately tried to keep him around longer, but James only wanted to do one final year which would keep him on the show until next year,’ a senior CBS source revealed. “He’s been such a hit for us for so many years, he’s going to be sorely missed.”