NBC's Tom Brokaw shares details from his interview with David Letterman about life after "The Late Show." From MSNBC Online
Some on the left seem to make it their mission to invite the contempt of others. I’m always reminded of an appearance by the late Harvey Pekar on David Letterman’s show, decades ago. Pekar’s message could be boiled down to, I’m the left, and you all suck. Ah, politics. Winning friends and influencing people! His […]
In his Dateline interview with Tom Brokaw last week, David Letterman confessed to not missing his Late Night gig at all since leaving it in May of last year. He told Brokaw that he actually thought he might, but when he watched the debut of Late Show With Stephen Colbert he knew it was now “someone else’s problem” and he felt completely free of it. Show More Summary
NBC News had touted its big exclusive interview with David Letterman for broadcast this past Sunday, but pre-empted it to air a special report from Orlando instead following last weekend's shooting massacre there. So Letterman's interview with Tom Brokaw "On Assignment" for Dateline NBC finally aired last night. We got to see Letterman revisit the […]
In his first major interview since leaving The Late Show, David Letterman tells Tom Brokaw he couldnt care less about late-night television.
In 1997, a little over a year after the release of his second proper album Odelay, 26-year-old Beck Hansen appeared on “The Late Show With David Letterman” for a live performance and brief interview. “Your last name is Hansen. You related...Show More Summary
Elizabeth Cook has logged more than 400 performances on the Grand Ole Opry, sat in on a handful of howlingly funny chats with David Letterman during the final years of his CBS Late Show run, snagged a long-running stint as host of her own freewheeling radio show (Apron Strings on...
There’s been a lot of talk lately about the lack of diversity in late night television, with even broadcast legend David Letterman himself weighing in on the topic. So far, Samantha Bee remains the only female host of a late night comedy series, and her program only airs once a week on basic cable. Show More Summary
Man, after a career of late night wars, Jay Leno simply will not allow peace in our time. Just a week after David Letterman revealed that he "couldn't care less about late-night television," his erstwhile frenemy returned to The Tonight Show, heart on sleeve. The former host/former-former-former host stopped by ... More »
David Letterman Returns To NBC!! Herc Endorses Tonight’s SILICON VALLEY!! Sunday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Tom Brokaw talks to David Letterman and Letterman’s beard 7 p.m. on NBC. Thought you were done with Ned Ryerson?...Show More Summary
AND YET HE HAD HIM AS A GUEST ON HIS SHOW 30 TIMES: David Letterman calls Donald Trump ‘repugnant’ and ‘just despicable’ in new interview but points out the presidential hopeful is doing ‘nothing illegal.’
It’s been just over a year since late night fixture David Letterman signed off for the last time changing his life and his looks after decades in front of the camera. What’s Life Like for David Letterman After ‘The Late Show’? The post Life After ‘The Late Show’ for David Letterman appeared first on The Big Picture.
It’s a meeting of broadcasting legends on NBC’s “On Assignment” on Sunday at 7 p.m. when David Letterman gives his first interview since his retirement from late night TV to former “NBC Nightly News” anchor Tom Brokaw. As they walked through the Indianapolis neighborhood where Letterman grew up,...
Not even the chance to make fun of Donald Trump's presidential run gives David Letterman any regrets about retiring. Surprisingly, it barely seems to register on his joke radar. When Tom Brokaw asked Letterman in a new interview if he...Show More Summary
Well this is inneresting!!! Legendary TV journalist Tom Brokaw sat down with David Letterman for a long, wide-ranging interview that's set to air this Sunday night on Dateline NBC. The former Late Show host goes all in on his replacement, the late night biz in general, and even… Donald Trump. Related: Letterman's Still Got That New Look! Letterman, who [...]
So it’s been a little over a year now since David Letterman signed off from the “Late Show” on CBS. I don’t miss him, either. In fact, I’m guessing this is the first time you’ve even thought of The Bearded One since that jarring paparazzi shot of him on the beach in St. Bart’s. Let... The post Why I couldn’t care less about David Letterman appeared first on SodBlog.
David Letterman says Americans shouldn't complain about Donald Trump, as the real estate mogul has ascended the Republican party without breaking any laws. "There's nothing illegal going on. It's just that he's despicable," the former Late Show host tells Tom Brokaw in a preview of their interview for NBC News' On...
David Letterman is not mincing words when it comes to the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump. In a preview clip of Letterman's forthcoming NBC News interview with Tom Brokaw, the former late-night host sounds off...Show More Summary
"You hear 'the great thing about America is anybody can grow up to be President.' Ooh, jeez. I guess that might be true."
Good for you David Letterman.