Stephen Colbert's signage is ready for his Late Show debut in two weeks, and now more of his first guests have been revealed. Amy Schumer and Kendrick Lamar will join previously announced guests George Clooney and Jeb Bush in the first week. The inclusion of Bush, not to mention Musk and Kalanick, makes us wonder whether Colbert will go more in-depth with his questioning than we're used to seeing on the show.

Here's the full lineup, via the Hollywood Reporter:

TUESDAY, SEPT. 8 Actor George Clooney; Republican Presidential candidate Jeb Bush; musical performance by Jon Batiste and Stay Human with special guests

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9
Actress Scarlett Johansson; SpaceX and Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk; interview with and musical performance by Kendrick Lamar

THURSDAY, SEPT. 10
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick; musical performance by Toby Keith

FRIDAY, SEPT. 11
Comedian Amy Schumer; author Stephen King; interview with and musical performance by Troubled Waters

Expect Jon Batiste to be soundtracking it all—he's Colbert's new bandleader, who you may have seen performing on the streets of Williamsburg in June.