A voice we’ve dearly missed is finally coming back to late night. David Letterman has officially booked his Netflix debut with new series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction; setting a monthly schedule with guests like George Clooney and Barack Obama. Watch the first teaser!
We're loving Ray Lamontagne's new music but unfortunately his tour schedule isn't bringing him anywhere near Bozeman this summer. We'll have to settle for road trips or TV. Check out his performance of "Supernova" on David Letterman.
It's official -- Jimmy Fallon is taking 'The Tonight Show' host spot beginning next February And while he's surely elated as ever, we were curious as to what the last 'Tonight Show' host had to say. No, not Jay Leno. Conan O'Brien.
If you're a late night talk show aficionado, you probably know all about the Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien debauchery that resulted in Conan O'Brien moving from NBC to TBS. I blame it on NBC for moving the scheduling around and catering only to Leno's future. I had somehow missed this 'Leno bashing' interview of Conan on Dave's show following the whole fiasco.
Governor Brian Schweitzer arrived in Times Square yesterday for his Big Apple tour promoting Montana products and the state as a vacation destination. His agenda includes a late-night gig on the "Late Show with David Letterman" tonight.
With the very public meltdown of Charlie Sheen and his expulsion from ‘Two and a Half Men,‘ viewers probably don’t need another reason to watch the reboot of the sitcom with Ashton Kutcher, which is set to premiere on September 19.
It isn’t often that you get to hear someone strumming a ukulele on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman,’ but the host made an exception Monday night for the performer he says “single-handedly made cool.”
We’re talking, of course, about Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder, currently out making the promotional rounds in support of his new solo album, the aptly titled ‘Ukulele Songs.’ Vedder — who Lette
Top 10 lists used to be the domain of David Letterman and the FBI’s Most Wanted, but they’re now popping up on the internet with the frequency of Subway restaurants on street corners. There are so many lists, in fact, there’s a whole website dedicated to it.
What’s behind this trend? So glad you asked.