U2 are the latest band to participate in a week-long residency for a late-night show. Foo Fighters kicked off the trend on Letterman in October, and Metallica announced last week that they will take over The Late Late Show at the end of the month. Jimmy Fallon revealed on his show last night that the Irish band will take over The Tonight Show for the week of 11/17. (That’s actually the same week as the Metallica residency, though in different timeslots.) U2 previously appeared on Fallon back in February for his first show as late-night host. U2 also previously did a week-long residency on Letterman after releasing No Line On The Horizon in 2009.