Conan O'Brien isn't just moving to a new network, he's moving to a new office.
The former Tonight Show host will film his new TBS late-night show at the Warner Bros. Studio lot when he returns to TV later this year.
Conan O'Brien going to TBS
"I can't wait to interview the cast of Jersey Shore on the same lot where they filmed Casablanca," O'Brien, 47, said in a statement.
Ellen DeGeneres' chat fest and TBS' other late-night show, Lopez Tonight, also tape at the Burbank, Calif. lot. Warner Bros. and O'Brien's new employers, TBS, are both owned by Time Warner.
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Before his exit from NBC in January, O'Brien filmed the Tonight Show at the NBC Universal lot in nearby Universal City, Calif., at a set built especially for his 11:35 p.m. debut last June.
"We are absolutely thrilled to have Conan and his team come to the Warner Bros. Studios to produce his new series, which we believe will bring a wonderful energy and lots of fun to our campus, " said Warner Bros. Studio Facilities' President, Jon Gilbert.
As previously announced, O'Brien will host an hour-long show on TBS every Monday through Thursday at 11/10c beginning later this year.