Series 30 will see some of the biggest names in Hollywood joining Graham for a laugh in studio once again.

'The Graham Norton Show' will return later this September after enjoying the summer months off our screens, and the presenter has a cracking line-up in store for us for the series premiere.

The likes of Lady Gaga, Benedict Cumberbatch, Andrew Garfield, Joan Collins, Keanu Reeves, Tom Holland, Zendaya, Dave Grohl, Halle Berry and of course our favourite-ever guest Miriam Margolyes graced our screens during last season - so who has the newly married presenter got line-up for us later this month?

First up, it's the Hollywood legend and one of the OG scream queens, Jamie Lee Curtis. Arriving right in time for the start of spooky season, she'll be chatting all about the final, final entry of the 'Halloween' movies revolving around Laurie Strode and that lad who just doesn't take the hint Michael Myers - 'Halloween Ends'. The film slashes into cinemas on October 14.

Rami Malek is once again joining Graham for a chat, having also appeared on last season's first show with his 'No Time to Die' co-stars Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux and Lashana Lynch. This time around he's busy promoting his new comedy/mystery film 'Amsterdam', which will be released in cinemas this October and also stars a huge cast of Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, Chris Rock and loads more.

There's a new BBC mini-series thriller 'Inside Man' beginning on September 26, and one star from the show, Lydia West, will join Graham to chat all about it. West stars alongside David Tennant and Stanley Tucci in the four-part drama, but she's also famous for starring in Channel 4's 'It's A Sin'.

Music for 'The Graham Norton Show' return will be from Robbie Williams, who's popping in for a chat and to perform his current single 'Lost'. His new compilation album 'XXV', which was released in line to mark his 25th year of going solo since leaving Take That, was released earlier this month.

There's all of this and of course some (hopefully) hilariously awful stories from The Red Chair in store for us when 'The Graham Norton Show' returns on BBC One on Friday, September 30 at 10.35 pm.