Late Show with David Letterman

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VIDEO: David Letterman Walks Out on Joan Rivers During Interview

Joan Rivers, David Letterman

Joan Rivers just got a taste of her own medicine.

Days after walking out on CNN Newsroom host Fredericka Whitfield in the middle of an interview, Rivers was... read more

Dave Chappelle: "I Never Quit" Chappelle's Show

Dave Chappelle and David Letterman

It's been nine years since Dave Chappelle abruptly walked away from his hit Comedy Central series Chappelle's Show and a reported $50 million contract, but fans still want to know why he did it.

So on Tuesday's installment of Late Show, David Letterman took a swing and tried to get an answer to that question. "Technically, I... read more

Emmy Watch: How the Late Night Upheaval Could Shake Up the Variety Series Competition

Jay Leno

When Johnny Carson signed off from The Tonight Show in 1992, his reign as the King of Late Night was celebrated with an Emmy win for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series. Granted, the competition that year was sparse: Fox's sketch-comedy show In Living Color and NBC's Late Night with David Letterman were the only others nominated.

This year, as newly retired Tonight Show host Jay Leno attempts to secure one final nomination in the category now known as... read more

VIDEO: Lea Michele Addresses Rumored Glee Drama with Naya Rivera

Lea Michele and David Letterman

David Letterman used some clever trickery to get Lea Michele to open up about the rumored drama between Michele and her Glee co-star Naya Rivera.

During Friday's Late Show, Letterman asked Michele about reports that she "knocked someone out" on the set, a rumor he completely made up in order to see how she'd respond.

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Neil Patrick Harris: I Turned Down Late Show Gig

Neil Patrick Harris

Apparently Stephen Colbert wasn't the only name in contention to take over hosting duties at The Late Show after David Letterman retires next year. In an interview with Howard Stern this week, Neil Patrick Harris revealed that CBS CEO Leslie Moonves and Entertainment President Nina Tassler also approached him about the gig.

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The Daily Show's Larry Wilmore to Replace Stephen Colbert

Larry Wilmore

Comedy Central has tapped The Daily Show's Larry Wilmore to replace Stephen Colbert, the network announced Friday.

Wilmore, who... read more

VIDEO: Stephen Colbert Tells Jon Stewart Why He's Moving On

Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart

Stephen Colbert is taking over The Late Show in 2015 — but what's his conservative persona "Stephen Colbert" going to do once The Colbert Report ends?

"Colbert" stopped by The Daily Show Wednesday to "break the news" to his Comedy Central colleague Jon Stewart and explain why he feels this is an optimal time to leave the show.

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VIDEO: Stephen Colbert "Thrilled and Honored" to Be Replacing David Letterman

Stephen Colbert, David Letterman

Stephen Colbert, the heir to the Late Show throne, stopped by the CBS late-night show Tuesday to talk about his upcoming gig and to thank his predecessor, David Letterman.

"You... read more

Courteney Cox: A Friends Reunion Is "Not Gonna Happen"

Courteney Cox and David Letterman

Sorry, Friends fans. Courteney Cox says a reunion for the acclaimed NBC sitcom is "not gonna happen."

Since 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of Friends' premiere and the 10th anniversary of the series finale, fans had hoped the cast would gather for some sort of reunion. Alas, the Cougar Town star broke hearts and crushed dreams when... read more

Chelsea Handler Tells Ellen: I'll "Never Go to CBS"

Chelsea Handler, Ellen DeGeneres

Chelsea Handler wants to put a stop to the reports that she's getting her own show on CBS.

"I would never be on a regular network," Handler, who currently hosts Chelsea Lately on E!, told Ellen DeGeneres Thursday. "I would never do that to my fans or to myself or to the network."

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Premiered: June 23, 1980, on CBS
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Premise: Late-night comedy and talk with a sharply irreverent host who prowls New York's Ed Sullivan Theater, where the show is taped, and its surrounding neighborhood in an endless quest to amuse viewers and his studio audience. Regular segments include Dave's Top Ten list, stupid pet tricks and stump the band, which he lovingly borrowed from his late-night mentor Johnny Carson.

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