After four months of providing us with at-home content, The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon has returned to its studio at Rockefeller Center in New York City to continue filming. The host announced the show's return to the studio in his opening monologue for Monday night's episode. "We are slowly and safely getting back to work and getting back to whatever normal is," Fallon said.
For the safety of everyone involved, there's still no in-studio audience and guests are being asked to stream in from home. In addition to maintaining social-distancing rules, the cast and crew have taken additional precautions — including regular swab tests — to ensure everyone's safety. Following the refreshing change of scenery, Fallon interviewed Charlize Theron and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and welcomed musical guests Little Big Town.