In the final year of his contract with Turner, where his TBS show “Conan” has become a late-night fixture in its six years on the air, Conan O’Brien is reportedly being courted by YouTube. The New York Post reports that...
While Turner Broadcasting executives have said that Conan O’Brien’s flagship late-night show could transition to a weekly schedule and embrace a digital-first distribution strategy, reports have now surfaced that YouTube itself may be...Show More Summary
Award shows like the Golden Globes and the Emmys have a long history of memorable opening numbers, with Conan O'Brien's opening montage during 2006 Emmys arguably setting a bar of excellence that has yet to be rivaled. Yesterday, the...Show More Summary
Over the past few years, Conan O'Brien has endeared himself to the gaming community with the Clueless Gamer segment on his TBS talk show. If you've somehow missed it, the segment is fairly self-explanatory — Conan doesn't know how to...Show More Summary
Bill Burr wants reporters to just shut up and leave football coaches alone at halftime. From Conan O'Brien
Late-night talk show viewers could be seeing a lot less of Conan O’Brien‘s TBS series on television in the future. The 53-year-old’s show might start airing on TV weekly instead of nightly, with the other episodes being distributed digitally, though none of this has been confirmed yet. (via Variety) “The definition of a television network [...]
Conan O'Brien's Clueless Gamer segment, where the talk show host struggles through (and pokes fun at) the latest video games, has become increasingly popular -- so much so that some studios pay for their games blasted in these skits (yep, they're advertisements). Show More Summary
I've been following Conan O'Brien's Clueless Gamer sketch since 2012, and it's brought me more than enough laughs to justify its existence. Conan's entire shtick/character is basically that he doesn't know anything about games and practically hates them, something he's carried through on with gusto for going on five years now. Show More Summary
TBS is reportedly considering a programming move that would deal a major blow to Conan O’Brien. The New York Post reports that the cable channel is considering scaling back O’Brien’s nightly talk show to once a week. “Conan” currently airs...
Conan O'Brien, the longest-reigning host in late-night television, could switch to a weekly format, according to a report from TheWrap. "Conan" currently airs on TBS four nights a week. While at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Turner chief executive John Martin told TheWrap that TBS...
Oh, good. TBS may turn Conan O’Brien’s “Clueless Gamer” sketch into a whole TV show. Read more...
Every few weeks, talk show host Conan O’Brien invites celebrities to his set to rip apart new video games in his Clueless Gamer segment. Having roasted 35 titles since it launched in 2012, the viral series is now getting its own show. Show More Summary
A Turner executive said any alterations to “Conan” would reflect the digital age’s impact on late-night TV and would give Mr. O’Brien time for other projects.
TBS is prepping Clueless Gamer, a series based on the viral Conan segments in which Conan O’Brien checks out buzzy new video game titles, frequently with a famous celebrity, and riffs on the action. Longtime O’Brien collaborator Jeff Ross, principal at O’Brien’s Conaco production company, noted Clueless Gamer in an interview with Deadline. Show More Summary
TBS will turn Conan O’Brien’s show into a weekly one. John Martin, CEO of Turner confirmed it and cited competition in the field as one of the reasons for the shift. Late night TV is better than ever, and thanks to the Internet, more people are seeing lots more of its content. Martin also said [...]
Conan O’Brien’s late-night talk show on TBS will undergo a transformation. Discussions are underway how to evolve the talker, which currently airs four times a week. Plans are still in flux, but Conan would likely cut back on airtime...Show More Summary
For the last seven years, the show has aired four times a week.
"He's going to continue to have a daily relationship with an audience. I don't know whether that will be on a number of different services, including TBS. That's the part we're trying to figure out; how does that all work together?" TBS president Kevin Reilly tells THR. read more
Conan O'Brien can't stop, but he can slow down. Conan, the host's nightly hourlong TBS talk show, will be shifting to a weekly format at some point, Turner CEO John Martin tells The Wrap. There are a few good reasons for the switch. Conan has been spending a lot of time on the road, visiting places... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Conan Conan O'Brien
The wonderful world of late-night television is about to be a lot less... red-headed. The Wrap is reporting that Conan O'Brien's beloved late-night TBS talk show, Conan, will be shifting from a nightly to an hour-long weekly format on the network. Turner CEO John Martin relayed the news at the Consumer ... More »