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.”
BBC.com’s deputy entertainment editor, Christian Blauvelt, offered his opinion about some of the names being mentioned as possible successors.
A Seinfeld “reunion,” Tim Tebow poking fun at himself and Stephen Colbert’s eagle were some of the highlights.
The Dolphins become the butt of jokes by late-night comedians. Such quipsters as Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert weighed in on the Dolphins’ bullying scandal that has struck a national nerve.
Not even the pope was immune Thursday night as Stephen Colbert cracked one-liners and took digs at luminaries from politics, finance and the media at a Roman Catholic charity dinner.
The sold-out show was televised live, streamed online, played on the radio and shown in theaters all over the world with up to 2 billion people experiencing the history-making event live.
Many Americans deserve recognition. Here are some of our fellow citizens who keep us entertained and informed.
Getting into New York City during rush hour can test the limits of your patience, but sometimes you see something that just makes your day better, you capture it on video, and you share it with the world.
This time, the ceremony honoring the best on Broadway will be at the Beacon Theater in Manhattan’s Upper West Side after several years at Radio City Music Hall.