David Letterman used his opening monologue on the “Late Show” Monday to remember old pal Robin Williams.
Good news New York! Late Show with Stephen Colbert isn’t going anywhere.
“My friend David Letterman, whom you may have heard announced that he was retiring in about a year, is just taking advantage of this last year to do quirky things that he always wanted to see on the show and he mentioned ”MacArthur Park’ can we do something with that?’ From there it just sort of mushroomed,” Paul said.
The network is taking a wide-open approach to replacing Craig Ferguson in late-night
Dave Chappelle made his first late-night appearance in more than six years Tuesday, and one of the first questions he was asked was why he quit his cult sketch comedy show “Chappelle’s Show.”
Less than a month after David Letterman announced he was retiring in 2015, funnyman Craig Ferguson announced that he is leaving his CBS show at the end of the year.
In a visit to CBS’ “Late Show” the funnyman told David Letterman he is obviously “thrilled” to succeed him after he retires next year.
Stephen Colbert will be paying a visit to CBS’ “Late Show,” his future home on April 22nd.
The mystery of who will be sitting in David Letterman’s chair when he retires has been solved. However, one question remains: Will “The Late Show” with newly-announced host Stephen Colbert stay in New York, or move to Los Angeles?
CBS announced Thursday that Stephen Colbert, the host, writer and executive producer of “The Colbert Report,” will succeed David Letterman as the host of the “Late Show.”
David Letterman announced last week that he will step away from the show sometime in 2015.
BBC.com’s deputy entertainment editor, Christian Blauvelt, offered his opinion about some of the names being mentioned as possible successors.
Less than a day after David Letterman announced his retirement, the mayor of Los Angeles declared that he wants the “Late Show” to move out of New York altogether.
With that said, from there we got an idea of what a late-night experience might be like with Craigie at the desk and Boomer by his side.
The man who has been synonymous with late nights on CBS for more than two decades will soon be giving up his prestigious post.