1994 was the year of the Republican Revolution. It was the year that Northridge, CA was hit with a devastating earthquake. David Letterman was the hottest name on late-night television, and one could never forget Nancy Kerrigan being attacked at the 1994 Winter Olympics — something that was allegedly helped by her rival, Tonya Harding.... Show More Summary
In his first appearance on “Late Night with David Letterman,” real estate tycoon Donald Trump talks about his purchase of a superyacht from the Saudi Arabian arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi, one of the Middle East’s most notorious men at the time. Show More Summary
Let's begin with Hillary's brutal new ad starring Trump and David Letterman. I'd somehow missed it when it was first released a few weeks back,...
David Letterman travels to Washington State to report on the legend of Bigfoot
Hillary Clinton's new ad features Donald Trump flaunting his new clothing line on the Late Show with David Letterman. As Letterman holds up Trump's shirts and ties, he asks Trump where they were made. "These were made—I don't know where...Show More Summary
Fran Drescher. David Letterman. Ace Ventura (pet detective). Immortal figures of our time, oft seen as Tumblr GIFs, they deserve to be immortalised in adoring portraits. Fortunately, Melbourne-based artist Jessirose Streker has already done it. Show More Summary
Warren Zevon offered up some touching words of advice on The Late Show with David Letterman after being diagnosed with cancer: “Enjoy every sandwich!” Now this advice adorns Haas Formula One driver Esteban Gutiérrez’s steering wheel. Read more...
Nation! Stephen Colbert is baaaaack. It's been a bumpy road for the Emmy-winning star since he took over as host of The Late Show in September, following David Letterman's...
A couple of months after he left "The Late Show" in May 2015, David Letterman appeared onstage in San Antonio as the guest of Steve Martin and Martin Short in their “A Very Stupid Conversation …With Music.” “I retired and I had no regrets,” he said. “None. I was happy. I was complacent. I was satisfied....
The print-only humor magazine, with writers from “The Simpsons,” Slate and David Letterman’s talk shows, returns, and then there’s The Neu Jorker.
I knew it was going to be bad for me when David Letterman retired, but I didn’t know it was going to be this bad.
Late night television lends itself to some interesting competitions. Back in the 1980’s, NBC’s Late Night With David Letterman had elevator races as called by the legendary Bob Costas. And as it helped to define Letterman as a late night icon, it also helped to show that Costas had a very quick wit. Show More Summary
Maybe Drew Barrymore’s legendary flashing of David Letterman 20 years ago was an audition. Sources confirm to Deadline that the actress is in discussion with Warner Bros TV for a talk show that would launch next year, but no deal is in place. The show would extend Barrymore’s relationship with WBTV. Show More Summary
A woman who demonstrated a "stupid human trick" on the "Late Show With David Letterman" 22 years ago wants to show the world she's still got it. In 1994, New Jersey resident Annabella Almeida appeared on Letterman's show to demonstrate...Show More Summary
Ansel Elgort is joining Warner Bros.’ Dungeons & Dragons campaign. He’s looking to star in the studio’s long-simmering adaptation of the classic roleplaying game, which recently picked up director Rob Letterman. David Leslie Johnson (The Conjuring 2) wrote the script. According to Deadline, Elgort is in early negotiations for the project. Show More Summary
NBC's Tom Brokaw shares details from his interview with David Letterman about life after "The Late Show." From MSNBC Online
Some on the left seem to make it their mission to invite the contempt of others. I’m always reminded of an appearance by the late Harvey Pekar on David Letterman’s show, decades ago. Pekar’s message could be boiled down to, I’m the left, and you all suck. Ah, politics. Winning friends and influencing people! His […]
In his Dateline interview with Tom Brokaw last week, David Letterman confessed to not missing his Late Night gig at all since leaving it in May of last year. He told Brokaw that he actually thought he might, but when he watched the debut of Late Show With Stephen Colbert he knew it was now “someone else’s problem” and he felt completely free of it. Show More Summary
NBC News had touted its big exclusive interview with David Letterman for broadcast this past Sunday, but pre-empted it to air a special report from Orlando instead following last weekend's shooting massacre there. So Letterman's interview with Tom Brokaw "On Assignment" for Dateline NBC finally aired last night. We got to see Letterman revisit the […]