Last week, after a lengthy and heartfelt goodbye to Dave Letterman, CBS construction crews waited less than 24 hours to start marching set pieces of Late Show With David Letterman straight to the dump. Soon after, various New York citizens...Show More Summary
A week after the Biff-tastic final episode of Late Show with David Letterman, all traces of the famous marquee and set are now gone. Around 9 p.m. last night, a crew of construction workers dismantled the iconic marquee in Midtown. On the plus side, Angelo's Pizza will finally have a chance to take the spotlight it rightly deserves. [ more › ]
The Ed Sullivan Theater's Late Show with David Letterman marquee was dismantled.
David Letterman's 33-year career in late-night television memorably gave a lot of would-be comedy writers and producers their own starts in show business as interns, receptionists and pages -- and wouldn't you know it -- even his grand finale held true to that formula. Caroline Schaper, a 22-year-old intern for Letterman who just graduated from […]
Nearly a week has passed since the final episode of the Late Show with David Letterman aired on CBS, yet the show's iconic marquee is still up outside the Ed Sullivan Theater. This despite the fast-paced efforts of construction crews who immediately began dismantling the set the following day.
Last week marked the first time ‘Late Show With David Letterman’ topped the weekly Twitter TV ratings; it was also the last. Letterman’s final show drove 201,000 tweets by 105,000 unique authors. With three months before Stephen Colbert...Show More Summary
Late Show With David Letterman topped Nielsen's Twitter ratings for the week of May 18-24.
One last fun video from the Late Show with David Letterman which ended on Wednesday night. From its last Monday night program, a clip from Vice President Biden’s commencement address the day before at Yale University. The Late Show tagged it “Joe Biden: What?” And watching it will certainly induce a “what?” – at the very least. Biden is the gift who keeps on giving.
Did the six-minute finale montage at the end of Late Show with David Letterman -- expertly synchronized to a live performance of "Everlong" by Foo Fighters -- make you wish you could hit the pause button more than a few times while still listening to the song? Well, then, thank superfan Adam Nedeff already. Nedeff […]
David Letterman shares a collection of some of his best moments with kids on Late Show during his final episode on the show.
CBS throws Letterman set into Dumpster http://t.co/oGz1ybz04T via @nypost pic.twitter.com/HfUC407sRO-- Ann Nyberg (@AnnNyberg) May 21, 2015 Workers wasted no time at all in tearing down the"Late Show with David Letterman" set insideShow More Summary
Wednesday night was David Letterman’s swan song: he signed off ‘Late Show with David Letterman’ for the last time to enjoy a well-deserved retirement. Yet there were some funny things going on off-stage, too. Check out these pictures of Babara Walters photobombing Alec Baldwin and Hilaria! RELATED: Watch David Letterman’s final “thank you” and “goodnight.” […]
Hot on the heels of his double-appearance on the final two episodes of the Late Show with David Letterman, the first look at Bill Murray's highly-anticipated Christmas special for Netflix has arrived.
On the final episode of the "Late Show With David Letterman" this week, the iconic television host shared a hilarious video montage of his best onscreen moments with kids. The video is a compilation of demonstrations from kid scientists, adorable Q&A's with little ones and some incredible bedtime stories. Show More Summary
David Letterman thanks his staff, the CBS Orchestra and his family in his final sign off on the last episode. From The Late Show with David Letterman
In this classic remote, David Letterman mans a drive-thru window at Taco Bell. From The Late Show with David Letterman
Follow David Letterman through a typical day of work. From The Late Show with David Letterman
David Letterman gets a Presidential send off from Gerald Ford, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama. From The Late Show with David Letterman
Foo Fighters perform "Everlong" accompanied by highlights spanning 33 years of Dave's late-night career. From The Late Show with David Letterman
In an act that would actually be a pretty hilarious stunt if Dave Letterman was the person pulling it off, CBS construction crews have already begun tearing apart the set of The Late Show With David Letterman and throwing it in a dumpster. Show More Summary