No need to channel surf! Here’s a list of notables on late night tonight. We’ll post each weekday. for your convenience!
The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS, 11:30pm):
Actor Jack Black (Year One), Dr. M. Sanjayan (Lead Scientist for The Nature Conservancy).
The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (NBC, 11:35pm):
Joe Torre, musical guest Read More
On the afternoon of Tuesday, May 19, Mike Sweeney, the head writer for Conan O’Brien, was sitting on a park bench in Central Park. He hadn’t been back in town since he and the staff of the show moved out west in February to take possession of the Universal City studio where, as of June Read More
When Jimmy Fallon takes over Conan O’Brien’s seat in 2009, he’ll have a familiar face behind the cameras to help him. His Saturday Night Live buddy Michael Shoemaker will be Late Night‘s showrunner next year.
Mr. Shoemaker ran Weekend Update on SNL when Mr. Fallon giggled his way through the segments as co-anchor. Read More
Late Night Underground, the totally official unofficial website for Late Night with Conan O’Brien has an amusing (but maybe a bit overlong) video of Mr. O’Brien and his former head writer, Robert Smigel, goofing around on the set. (This comes via TVTattle.)
According to the clip, Mr. Smigel, who recently Read More
Another tribute to the late Tim Russert, this time from Late Night with Conan O’Brien on Hulu.com. On Friday, just a few hours after Mr. Russert’s death was announced, Mr. O’Brien said in his monologue, "This is pretty shocking for us He’s been a pretty good friend to me and us here at Read More
There were no surprises at 30 Rock today as NBC announced the new host of Late Night when current host Conan O’Brien decamps to 11:30 PM sometime in 2009. As far back as February 2007, Bill Carter, The New York Times‘ veteran TV reporter and de facto historian of late night, had been Read More
It’s official! On May 12, NBC will finally officially announce that Saturday Night Live‘s Jimmy Fallon will take over next year for Conan O’Brien, who will dethrone Jay Leno on the Tonight Show gig. "Jimmy’s a smart pick," one network executive told Entertainment Weekly. ”He’s a young, cute guy that will draw women in.” Um, Read More