The Late Show with David Letterman
A roster of stars turned out Wednesday for joyous and wistful moments, as David Letterman signed off after nearly 22 years on “The Late Show” on CBS, and a career of 33 years in late night television.
David Michael Letterman has hosted 6,028 late night television episodes in the past 33 years, and has launched the careers of numerous comedians.
After more than 30 years and more than 6,000 shows, David Letterman’s legendary career in television will come to a close.
CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn was lucky enough to read a Top 10 List on “The Late Show” with David Letterman just this past January, and Dana Tyler also has made an appearance on the iconic program.
At the age of 68 David Letterman is finally retiring. New Yorkers have plenty of advice on how he should spend his time.
After 33 years of entertaining late night audiences, David Letterman will say goodbye.
“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.
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.”
In a picture posted on Instagram, Lohan showed off how she was preparing for rehab: Surrounded by suitcases and clothes. Lohan wrote “90 days and 270 looks.”
“You look remarkably well,” Letterman said, before joking about her previous brushes with the law. “Yes or no, do you steal stuff?” Letterman asked.
In a taping for “The Late Show” Monday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and David Letterman shared some laughs about the many fat jokes Letterman has made about the governor’s ample girth.
“Late Night” host David Letterman has kept audiences laughing for 30 years. But there’s more to the man than stand-up.
The Occupy Wall Street movement, which has spawned grass-roots activities around the U.S., is drawing political remarks from both here at home and overseas.