It had been 22 years since New York City's iconic Ed Sullivan Theater had been touched by an army of hammer and nails But when Stephen Colbert moved into the space that David Letterman had called home since 1993, it was time to renovate...Show More Summary
A photograph of the retired David Letterman has been making the rounds recently; perhaps you’ve seen it. The photo shows the former late-night host stalking the street in khakis and a floppy long-sleeved shirt. The shirt has one enormous pocket. Show More Summary
Out of the many guests on David Letterman's final Late Show, one highly anticipated cameo didn't end up happening. Jay Leno, who we all speculated might turn up to end their long-standing late-night feud, did not make an appearance. In a new interview with Adweek, Leno finally disclosed what happened. Show More Summary
David Letterman retired back in May, and you know how many public appearances he's made since then? One. He briefly re-emerged in June to join Steve Martin and Martin Short in making fun of Donald Trump. That's not to say...
In a new interview today — the same one in which he revealed the real reason he didn't show up on one of David Letterman's final shows — Jay Leno said that after leaving the Tonight Show, he misses delivering his nightly monologue more than anything else.
For months leading up to David Letterman's last night as host of The Late Show on CBS this past May, there were rumors flying around about a possible appearance by his one-time nemesis Jay Leno on one of the final shows. Reports confirmed...Show More Summary
David Letterman has described clinical depression as a sinkhole. "It's like getting on an elevator and the bottom drops out," says Letterman. "You can't stand looking at the sunlight. You can't wait to get in bed at night. You're shaking. Show More Summary
Veni, vidi....DUD. Hurricane Joaquin came, it saw and it fled back to sea. All in all, an unpredictable failure -- just like the Joaquin Phoenix rising in Hollywood then eventually winding up on The David Letterman Show leaving everyone confused, dazed and wondering what the heck just happened. Show More Summary
Since they left their chat show perches, David Letterman and Jon Stewart have grown impressive beards. Is their luxuriant growth a sign of a happy letting-go?
Where do you go after you’ve established yourself as one of the kings of late night TV? Perhaps instead of getting more people to laugh, you go on to try to make more people pay attention to one of the most pressing issues of our time, climate change. Show More Summary
Sarah Tiana & The Sklar Brothers - Th... 1:45 David Letterman's let himself go since his retirement, so Sarah Tiana, Randy Sklar and Jason Sklar create Top Ten lists suiting the scraggily former "Late Show" host. Watch full episodesShow More Summary
HBO’s Last Week Tonight star John Oliver told Stephen Colbert tonight he has zero interest in Donald Trump when Colbert confessed he’d started talking about the GOP front-runner within 30 seconds of taking over David Letterman’s late-night show. "I couldn't give less of a f–k. Show More Summary
Of all the late night talk show host departures of the past several months, none have been quite as difficult to accept as Jon Stewart’s. That’s not to say that we won’t miss David Letterman, but after more than 30 years on the air, his retirement didn’t come as much of a shock. Show More Summary
Retirement has made its way to David Letterman's face, and the results are really epic. The former "Late Show" host, who retired in May, stepped out with his son Monday, sporting a much more relaxed look than we're used to seeing him in. Show More Summary
David Letterman is sporting a new look these days, and he's almost unrecognizable. He was recently photographed walking around New York City with a Santa Claus-style beard. The Fourth Hour ladies weigh on what they think of his new style.
David Letterman retired from The Late Show four months ago after multiple decades of being on TV every night, and he is committing hard to his relaxed new lifestyle. He was spotted on Sunday with a whole new look, and it's the opposite of a makeover. Show More Summary
David Letterman, finally free from late night television's draconian beauty standards, has spent the last four months growing a beard. This is not unusual for resting or retired TV hosts—Stephen Colbert sprouted a beautiful grey muzzle-lashing...Show More Summary
If you’ve seen the biopic Man on the Moon starring Jim Carrey, then you know that there’s a rather infamous episode of Late Night with David Letterman where comedian Andy Kaufman appeared with wrestler Jerry Lawler. As we know now, the...Show More Summary
Ever since CBS announced in April 2014 that he'd be replacing David Letterman, many of his fans wondered if Stephen Colbert would lose his edge after he moved from The Colbert Report on Comedy Central to The Late Show on CBS. Now we know. Show More Summary
The beard may have gotten its start at the Indianapolis 500 in May, just weeks after Letterman's "Late Show" tenure ended.