David Letterman has a question for Donald Trump. He wants to ask him, “All right Don. What the fuck happened?” The retired late night talk show host recently spoke with GQ magazine on his past history of interviews with Donald Trump and his current opinion of the President of the United States. Show More Summary
David Letterman will co-host a special edition of Elizabeth Cook's SiriusXM country music show "Apron Strings."
A new Netflix special shows what other comedians, like David Letterman, have known all along: Mr. Macdonald has an exceptional way with language.
The Kennedy Center has announced it’s awarding the 2017 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor to David Letterman! The most recent annual winners for the Mark Twain Prize have been Bill Murray and Eddie Murphy. Letterman, who inspired a generation of comedians and helped revolutionize late-night TV on Late Night on NBC and then the […]
"Like Mark Twain, David Letterman distinguished himself as a cockeyed, deadpan observer of American behavior and, later in life, for his prodigious and distinctive facial hair. Now the two satirists share a further connection... He will officially receive the prize in a ceremony that will be held [at the Kennedy Center] on Oct. 22 […]
Top comedy kudos for Letterman, the late-night host who made audiences laugh and squirm.
David Letterman may not be visiting our living rooms every weeknight anymore, but the guy is still funny and he'll soon have the trophy to prove it. The former host of Late Show with David Letterman is this year's recipient for the Mark...Show More Summary
Mr. Letterman, the former host of NBC’s “Late Night” and CBS’s “Late Show,” will receive the Kennedy Center’s annual comedy prize at a ceremony in October.
Vulture’s Good One podcast will be recording a live episode with comedian Bill Burr at this year’s Vulture Festival on Sunday, May 21, at 6:30 p.m. in New York. Tickets are available now on VultureFestival.com!In David Letterman’s final episode, Julia Louis-Dreyfus joked about how she’s going to be part of ... More »
David Letterman's job was to make America laugh five nights a week, but he also didn't mind making his audience uncomfortable. The late-night host's irascible, independent streak inspired fierce loyalty from fans and critics and led to his being honored with the nation's top prize for humor. Letterman,...
Q&A: How David Letterman changed late night with Jason Zinoman author of Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night. (Slate)
When Donald Trump sent his first Tweet in 2009, Twitter was still a fledgling company. Eight years later, Trump's feed looks a bit different than it did back then. As president, h e uses Twitter to post photos of him meeting with teachers...Show More Summary
CBS employs late-night comedian Stephen Colbert, who replaced David Letterman. Colbert recently made a crude and vulgar oral sex joke about President Donald Trump, which offended conservatives and Trump supporters. The hashtag #FireColbert started trending on social media. Colbert said he would say the same thing again, which is not really an apology. Critics call […]
In 1995, Drew Barrymore gave David Letterman a birthday gift: A peak at her chest.
So it looks as though Jimmy Kimmel will continue showing how much David Letterman inspired him as a talk show host by also using his paternity leave to churn through guest hosts as one-night stands, rather than picking a semi-permanent replacement. For Wednesday night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, the show opened under the conceit of picking […]
Late-night TV legend David Letterman reveals the sex and blackmail?scandal that rocked his reputation and marriage was “hell” and sent him spiraling into depression. In 2009, CBS News ?producer… READ ON
In 2009, on the “Late Show with David Letterman,” the comedian Kumail Nanjiani walked onstage, wearing a boxy black suit and a cordless mike, to do a standup set. The band played a few bars of “Born in the U.S.A.,” an allusion, presumably, to the fact that he wasn’t. Show More Summary
If you’re looking to see the RIGHT way to retire, look no further than David Letterman. He’s done with TV, he’s largely out of the public eye, and he’s got a big bushy beard because he can do whatever he wants now that he’s not on TV. And what he wanted to do last night […]
After the recent death of his beloved mother, Dorothy, David Letterman could be sliding deeper into the murky pit of depression! The 70-year-old funnyman admitted to feeling dejected after a… READ ON
Former late night talk show host hasn’t been in the public eye much recently.