David Letterman is leaving and Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart, and Chelsea Handler are the favorites for replacing him at the “Late Show.”
A “Prince of Wale” clause may let Ferguson take over Letterman’s show, but CBS may buy him out. Both Jon Stewart and Conan O’Brien have eyes on the prime TV slot, too.
Fight back the tears, here’s the announcement.
Letterman broke the news to a shocked audience on April 3.
Kate Mara plays an unscrupulous journalist on “House of Cards.” In real life, she comes from football royalty and shares the Hollywood spotlight with her younger sister.
Last night on David Letterman, Tom Hanks revealed he has Type 2 Diabetes. Watch the full interview right here.
The actor started on SNL in 2003 as a writer and became a featured performer in 2005.
Things got awkward when David Letterman grilled Lindsay about her latest rehab sentence and addiction. Check it out!
Chris Christie uses his minutes to verbally abuse concerned doctors.
The Tiger Blood genes are spreading. You have been warned…
Something tells us the corpse of Johnny Carson is gonna rise up any day now to finish this whole late night war once and for all.
From a ballerina to classic rock and rollers, these are some people you wouldn’t usually see all in one place.
The Jimmy Kimmel Live show is moving up a half hour to take on Letterman and Leno in a fresh three-way late-night talk show war. Will Kimmel prevail?
Ed Sullivan breaking The Beatles was a game changer, but that era is long gone as bands skyrocket to popularity with the help of a well placed video or sound byte. Still, folks know the importance of a knockout performance on a late night stage with the likes of David Letterman or Jimmy Fallon. Here are some game changers from recent history.