"Conan has not only brought an incredibly young audience to TBS but has also created a digital presence that draws millions of fans to his unique brand of comedy," Michael Wright, president, head of programming for TBS, said in a statement. "In addition, Conan has taken his show on the road for memorable weeks in New York, Atlanta and last month in Dallas, and will be breaking new ground next year when Conan becomes the first late-night show to tape at Comic-Con. We couldn't have asked for a better late-night host or a more enthusiastic ambassador for the TBS brand."
Though Conan averages only 862,000 viewers, TBS says the series draws in more adults 18-to-34 than its competitors, including Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel and Watch What Happens Live.
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