"This guy couldn't work at the Gap." Legendary talk show host veteran David Letterman made a point in July 2017 that continues to circulate social media. In essence, Letterman alludes we all know what the problem is—what (and where) are...Show More Summary
Who knew the Ed Sullivan Theater was something right out of a Willy Wonka factory? Stephen Colbert learned this before he even started his tenure as The Late Show’s newest host, when he swung by David Letterman’s office to get some insider advice about the gig. But dealing with the ... More »
David Letterman is returning to TV, RadarOnline.com can reveal. After retiring from his lifelong role as a late night show host in 2015, the comedian is ready to get back to the big-screen – with Netflix! His only demand? That producers let him keep his beard! Sources have told Straight Shuter that Letterman – who Read More
The 'Late Show With David Letterman' vet joined the ABC talk show two seasons ago as a co-exec producer. read more
The comic actor was known for his annual holiday visit to "The Late Show with David Letterman."
Jay Thomas, the Cheers and Ray Donovan actor, radio host and annual football-throwing visitor to Late Night With David Letterman, has died of cancer. He was 69. His death was announced to the New York Daily News by his agent and friend Don Buchwald. He is survived by wife Sally, and sons Sam, Max and J.T., who were at his side when he died. MORE…  …
David Letterman is making a big return to the small screen soon for Netflix, and guess what? He. Is. Making. Bank.
David Letterman is going to make $2 million per episode of his new Netflix show. That is...so much money. That's enough to buy a million Taco Bell crunchy taco supremes. That's so many tacos. It's also almost as much as his Late Show...Show More Summary
The explosion of demand for high-end TV series and the emergence of deep-pocketed new buyers such as Netflix and Amazon has been an enormous windfall for marquee talent. Just ask Robert De Niro, or David Letterman, or Katy Perry. DRAMA...Show More Summary
It sounds like David Letterman felt anything but "tranquilized" after this incident. Get the details.
"And Nicole Wallace. She’s great."
David Letterman got candid about cannabis to Howard Stern, and revealed his most memorable marijuana moment involved animal tranquilizer.
In a Wednesday interview with Howard Stern, late night TV pioneer and retired “Late Show” host David Letterman said that President Donald Trump’s election has been an “experiment” that has failed and that now “it’s time to go.” The Hill reported...
In a shocking admission, Howard Stern alluded to the idea that his radio days could soon be over! The Shock Jock — who had David Letterman on his show Wednesday morning — publicly observed retirement had done plenty of good to the former Late Show host. “When I look at you, I see a man Read More
David Letterman joins Norm in New York, NY on Norm Macdonald Live! Norm MacDonald Interview on David Letterman in 2015 The post David Letterman on Norm Macdonald Live appeared first on The Big Picture.
When one recalls the 1993 fantasy-comedy Harold Ramis classic Groundhog Day, a few things come to mind: Bill Murray, snow, groundhogs, time, consequence, and of course....The Panama Canal? SEE ALSO: David Letterman is coming back to TV with Netflix deal Well, now Groundhog Day is playing on Broadway. Show More Summary
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With all of the media panicking over Trump’s message to North Korea, maybe it’s not such a good idea to be considering Kim Jong-un as a potential guest on a talk show. However, David Letterman is apparently willing to take the hit for...Show More Summary
David Letterman, now 70 years old and impressively bearded, is planning his return to the talk show medium. Netflix has announced a deal with the former Late Show host for a six-episode series that will premiere in 2018. A press release...Show More Summary