Stephen Colbert graces the cover of the latest issue of Time magazine and discusses why he folded The Colbert Report to take over David Letterman’s Late Show. Only bits of the interview with Time TV writer James Poniewozik have been released online, but it gives some insight on what to expect from the full interview. Show More Summary
Speaking of “Glory Days”, here’s my favorite live performance of the song, from the 1993 series finale of Late Night With David Letterman. Springsteen’s appearance was a true surprise, and served as a perfect ending. ?
After Labor Day weekend next month, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert makes its broadcast debut on CBS, ushering in a new era for the late night talk show recently vacated by comedy icon David Letterman. We already know that Colbert’s...Show More Summary
With the loss of Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart, Comedy Central is certainly going through a late night transformation. And while Stewart is, believe it or not, now wrestling in the WWE, Colbert will be taking over David Letterman’s old Late Show spot on CBS come September. Show More Summary
Next month, Stephen Colbert will take over David Letterman’s old spot as host of the Late Show on CBS. We’ve already reported that Kendrick Lamar will be Colbert’s very first musical guest. (He’ll appear 9/9, on Colbert’s second episode.) And now The New York Times has revealed Colbert’s entire lineup of guests for the first […]
The late night legend is the co-owner of Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing.
Earlier this month, Stephen Colbert and his team stamped the Ed Sullivan Theater with their own insignia, replacing David Letterman's old marquee with the updated Late Show with Stephen Colbert one. Colbert himself popped into a Reddit thread last week to thank fans and praise the design: "Thank you! I love this shot at night. Show More Summary
Colbert debuts as host of "The Late Show" on Sept. 8.
As Stephen Colbert gears up to take over for David Letterman on CBS' Late Show next month, he has repeatedly insisted that he has no interest in engaging in the so-called "late night wars" that dominated the 1990s and beyond and caused rifts between the major network hosts.
This year for the first time the previously combined Variety Talk and Sketch Series distinctions have been split up into two categories, meaning Saturday Night Live will no longer have to compete with the likes of The Daily Show, The...Show More Summary
Maybe there’s hope for late-night television after all. When David Letterman signed off in May, so much of what remained was a lot of inane celebrity pandering — all silly gimmicks engineered to make A-listers seem fun and approachable. But if one thing is clear from GQ’s extensive story about Stephen Colbert, Letterman’s successor as […]
Jimmy Fallon won't be following fellow late-night hosts Jon Stewart and David Letterman into retirement anytime soon. NBC has extended the Tonight Show host's contract until 2021, which gives Fallon an extra three and a half years on top of his prior contract. Show More Summary
Donald Trump towered over the Television Critics Association’s Summer TV Press Tour 2015 like a “Great, Great Wall.” Stephen Colbert, making his first press-tour appearance as David Letterman’s replacement on CBS’ Late Show, was supposed...Show More Summary
When Stephen Colbert was announced as the successor to David Letterman on CBS' Late Show, the response was equal parts excitement and, "Really, another white guy?"
With David Letterman’s retirement, the face of late night has been forever changed, with a new crop of hosts in the network slots and Conan making his own way over at TBS. However, a new old face is coming to compete with the young bloods: Johnny Carson is returning to late night. Show More Summary
In taking the reins of The Late Show, Stephen Colbert had one of late night?s greatest minds to pick for guidance: David Letterman. And what was Letterman?s main piece of advice? Location, location, location. Click To Continue Readi...
Who's the real Stephen Colbert? When Colbert was first named David Letterman's replacement on CBS's "Late Show" in April of last year, the comedian said that he would be himself, not the right wing character he played on Comedy Central's "Colbert Report." That led many to wonder who it was they've been watching for nearly a decade. Show More Summary
As the debut of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert approaches, only one thing is keeping Colbert up at night. It's not the pressure of replacing an icon like David Letterman, nor is it doing a show without his "Stephen Colbert" persona, which he retired after winding down The Colbert Report last year on Comedy Central. Show More Summary
Just one month from now, Stephen Colbert will finally take over from David Letterman as host of CBS’s Late Show. Part of any new host’s initiate process is meeting with the press at a major public gathering, which is what Colbert did this afternoon in Los Angeles, taking questions for about... More »
LOS ANGELES — Stephen Colbert has gone straight to the source for advice on how to tackle his new job at The Late Show: David Letterman Colbert, speaking to reporters at the Television Critics Association press tour Monday about hisShow More Summary