Late Night with Conan O'Brien

  • 1993
  • TV-14

The one-time comedy writer hosts a popular late-night talk show. O'Brien succeeded David Letterman in NBC's post-`Tonight' slot in September 1993 after a writing and producing career that included `The Simpsons' and `Saturday Night Live.'

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  • Premiered: September 13, 1993
  • Rating: TV-14
  • Premise: The one-time comedy writer hosts a popular late-night talk show. O'Brien succeeded David Letterman in NBC's post-`Tonight' slot in September 1993 after a writing and producing career that included `The Simpsons' and `Saturday Night Live.' (more)

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