The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

May. 25,1992      
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The Tonight Show with Jay Leno is an American late-night talk show hosted by Jay Leno that initially aired from May 25, 1992 to May 29, 2009, and resumed production on March 1, 2010. The fourth incarnation of the Tonight Show franchise made its debut on May 25, 1992, three days following Johnny Carson's retirement as host of the program. The program originates from NBC Studios in Burbank, California, and is broadcast Monday through Friday at 11:35 PM in the Eastern and Pacific time zones. Unlike Carson or his predecessor Jack Paar, Leno only once utilized a guest host, preferring to host the series by himself. On April 26, 1999, the show began broadcasting in 1080i HDTV, becoming the first American nightly talk show to be shot in high definition. The show is shot in 16:9 aspect ratio. The series, which followed the same basic format as that of his predecessors, ran until May 29, 2009, after which Leno was succeeded by Conan O'Brien. NBC signed Leno to a new deal for a nightly talk show in the 10:00 pm ET timeslot. The primetime series, titled The Jay Leno Show, debuted on September 14, 2009, following a similar format to the Leno incarnation of Tonight.

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Episode 1 - Kevin Hart, Betty White, Dwight Yoakam
January. 02,2013

Episode 2 - Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chumlee & Rick Harrison, Ziggy Marley
January. 03,2013

Episode 3 - Courteney Cox, Joy Behar, Youngblood Hawke
January. 04,2013

Episode 4 - Bill Maher, Nicole
January. 07,2013

Episode 5 - Emma Stone, Josh Gad, the Whigs
January. 08,2013

Episode 6 - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
January. 09,2013

Episode 7 - Ryan Seacrest, Keith Urban, Randy Jackson, Anthony Jeselnik, For King and Country
January. 10,2013

Episode 8 - Ben Affleck, Kristen Bell, Rodriguez
January. 11,2013

Episode 9 - Nicki Minaj, Billy Connolly, the Saturdays
January. 14,2013

Episode 10 - Jessica Simpson, D.L. Hughley, Vintage Trouble
January. 15,2013

Episode 11 - Mark Wahlberg, Ali Wentworth, JJamz
January. 16,2013

Episode 12 - Naomi Watts, Richard Engel, Train
January. 17,2013

Episode 13 - Chris Tucker, Bob Costas, Big Boi
January. 18,2013

Episode 14 - Sally Field, Michael Kosta, Lord Huron
January. 21,2013

Episode 15 - Dana Carvey, Emmy Rossum, Ben Harper with Charlie Musselwhite
January. 22,2013

Episode 16 - Heidi Klum, Seann Willam Scott, Gary Allan
January. 23,2013

Episode 17 - Dustin Hoffman, Kenny Loggins and Blue Sky Riders
January. 24,2013

Episode 18 - Robert DeNiro
January. 25,2013

Episode 19 - Catherine Zeta-Jones, Donny Deutsch, Lady Antebellum
January. 28,2013

Episode 20 - Whitney Cummings, Jackie Weaver, Aaron Neville
January. 29,2013

Episode 21 - Charlie Sheen, Holly Williams
January. 30,2013

Episode 22 - Piers Morgan, Quvenzhane Wallis, Benh Zeitlin, Lisa Loeb
January. 31,2013

Episode 23 - Wanda Sykes, Branford Marsalis
February. 01,2013

Episode 24 - Hugh Jackman, Jessica Chastain, Michael Bolton
February. 04,2013

Episode 25 - Josh Duhamel, Kathryn Bigelow, Lianne La Havas
February. 05,2013

Episode 26 - Tim McGraw, Bar Refaeli
February. 06,2013

Episode 27 - Amy Adams, Adam Carolla, Hunter Hayes
February. 07,2013

Episode 28 - Seth MacFarlane, Jenna Elfman, Norah Jones
February. 08,2013

Episode 29 - James Spader, Lior Suchard, Far East Movement
February. 11,2013

Episode 30 - Charles Barkley, Bob Fisher, Jewel
February. 12,2013

Episode 31 - Anne Hathaway, Lester Holt, Eli Young Band
February. 13,2013

Episode 32 - Jarod Miller, Timothy Olyphant, Colbie Caillat & Gavin DeGraw
February. 14,2013

Episode 33 - Kathy Griffin, David Feherty, FM Radio
February. 15,2013

Episode 34 - Kevin Bacon, Dennis Rodman, Kevin Eubanks
February. 18,2013

Episode 35 - Robin Wright, Josh Gad, Bonnie Raitt
February. 19,2013

Episode 36 - Chelsea Handler, Edythe Kirchmaier, Sky Blu
February. 20,2013

Episode 37 - Arsenio Hall, Tristan Prettyman
February. 21,2013

Episode 38 - Meredith Vieira, Richard Roeper, thenewno2
February. 22,2013

Episode 39 - Russell Crowe, Eli Roth, Robert Randolph with the Slide Brothers
February. 25,2013

Episode 40 - Colin Farrell, Joey King, Boz Scaggs
February. 26,2013

Episode 41 - David Duchovny, J.B. Smoove, Father John Misty
February. 27,2013

Episode 42 - Steve Carell, Joey King, Shooter Jennings
February. 28,2013

Episode 43 - Bill O'Reilly, Abigail Breslin, the Mavericks
March. 01,2013

Episode 44 - Halle Berry, Rachel Maddow, Ashley Monroe
March. 11,2013

Episode 45 - Olivia Wilde, Nick Offerman, Buddy Guy and The Experience Hendrix All-Star Band
March. 12,2013

Episode 46 - Jerry Seinfeld, Mark Cuban, Jose James
March. 13,2013

Episode 47 - James Franco, Jay Mohr, Owl City with Yuna
March. 14,2013

Episode 48 - Craig Ferguson, Vera Farmiga, Harper Simon
March. 15,2013

Episode 49 - Morgan Freeman, Olympic wrestlers Rulon Gardner & Henry Cejuda, The James Hunter Six
March. 18,2013

Episode 50 - Jenna Fischer, Dennis Rodman, Black Prairie
March. 19,2013

Episode 51 - Vanessa Hudgens, Chris O'Dowd, Gary Clark Jr.
March. 20,2013

Episode 52 - Dwayne Johnson, Chris Paul, Atlas Genius
March. 21,2013

Episode 53 - Don Cheadle, Louie Anderson, Wiz Khalifa feat. Akon
March. 22,2013

Episode 54 - Gerard Butler, Keegan-Michael Key & Jordan Peele, Crystal Bowersox
March. 25,2013

Episode 55 - Keith Urban, Paula Deen, Django Django
March. 26,2013

Episode 56 - Kristin Chenoweth, magician Justin Willman, Josh Groban
March. 27,2013

Episode 57 - Kim Kardashian, Willie Geist, Imagine Dragons
March. 28,2013

Episode 58 - Matthew Perry, Kristen Schaal, The Goo Goo Dolls
April. 01,2013

Episode 59 - Blake Shelton, Jim Rome
April. 02,2013

Episode 60 - Rosario Dawson, Max Greenfield, Gloriana
April. 03,2013

Episode 61 - Eva Longoria, Terry Crews, Cavalia's Odysseo
April. 04,2013

Episode 62 - Demetri Martin, animal trainer Julie Scardina, Gin Wigmore
April. 05,2013

Episode 63 - Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Anthony Jeselnik, Vintage Trouble
April. 08,2013

Episode 64 - Rebel Wilson, Jackson Galaxy, Hanson
April. 09,2013

Episode 65 - Charlie Sheen, coach Andy Enfield, Brad Paisley
April. 10,2013

Episode 66 - LL Cool J, Andy Cohen, Tegan and Sara
April. 11,2013

Episode 67 - Adam Levine, Cyndi Lauper, The Airborne Toxic Event
April. 12,2013

Episode 68 - Diane Keaton, Trevor Moore, Jake Bugg
April. 22,2013

Episode 69 - Carol Burnett, Stephen Amell, Plain White T's
April. 23,2013

Episode 70 - Emily Blunt, Tom Cruise, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
April. 24,2013

Episode 71 - Gwyneth Paltrow, JB Smoove, Billy Ray Cyrus
April. 25,2013

Episode 72 - Robert Downey Jr., Avril Lavigne
April. 26,2013

Episode 73 - Ben Kingsley, Larry the Cable Guy, The Band Perry
April. 29,2013

Episode 74 - Cher & Georgia Holt, Dov Davidoff, Florida Georgia Line
April. 30,2013

Episode 75 - Kathy Griffin, Eli Roth, Cheap Trick
May. 01,2013

Episode 76 - Matt Lauer, Awolnation
May. 02,2013

Episode 77 - Chris Evans, Kevin Smith
May. 03,2013

Episode 78 - Magic Johnson, Savannah Guthrie, Fall Out Boy
May. 06,2013

Episode 79 - Connie Sawyer, Patty Griffin
May. 07,2013

Episode 80 - Ken Jeong, Emeli Sandé
May. 08,2013

Episode 81 - Shakira, Marc Maron, Tom Jones
May. 09,2013

Episode 82 - Aaron Eckhart, Sherri Shepherd, 98 Degrees
May. 10,2013

Episode 83 - Miranda Lambert, Ross Mathews, Pistol Annies
May. 13,2013

Episode 84 - Wanda Sykes, Martha Stewart, Drop City Yacht Club
May. 14,2013

Episode 85 - Usher, Nick Offerman, Pyyramids
May. 15,2013

Episode 86 - Adam Sandler, Phil Jackson, Family of the Year
May. 16,2013

Episode 87 - Mitt Romney, “American Idol” winner Candice Glover
May. 17,2013

Episode 88 - Bradley Cooper, Heidi Klum, The-Dream with Kelly Rowland
May. 20,2013

Episode #21.88 is the Season 21, Episode 88 of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno TV series.

Episode 89 - Eric Stonestreet, Jeremy Wade, Thompson Square
May. 21,2013

Episode 90 - Vin Diesel, Jeff Foxworthy, The Lone Bellow
May. 22,2013

Episode 91 - Tyler Perry, Isla Fisher, Shout Out Louds
May. 23,2013

Episode 92 - Howie Mandel, Sal Basille & Francis Garcia, Sigur Rós
May. 24,2013

Episode 93 - Vince Vaughn, Kenny Smith, Scotty McCreery
June. 03,2013

Episode 94 - Owen Wilson, Wayde King & Brett Raymer, LeAnn Rimes
June. 04,2013

Episode 95 - Danny McBride, Khloe Kardashian Odom, The Wanted
June. 05,2013

Episode 96 - Henry Cavill, Jessica Buchanan & Erik Landemalm, She & Him
June. 06,2013

Episode 97 - Russell Crowe, Andrea Bocelli
June. 07,2013

Episode 98 - Kevin Bacon, Mel B, Bad Company
June. 10,2013

Episode 99 - Jamie Foxx, Jimmy Connors, Matthew Morrison
June. 11,2013

Episode 100 - Kevin Hart, Jeremy Scahill, Trace Adkins & Colbie Caillat
June. 12,2013

Episode 101 - Carson Daly, Betty White, Timeflies
June. 13,2013

Episode 102 - Armie Hammer, Dave Salmoni, The Boxer Rebellion
June. 14,2013

Episode 103 - Billy Crystal, Pitbull feat. Danny Mercer
June. 17,2013

Episode 104 - Kathy Griffin, Billy Gardell, Grouplove
June. 18,2013

Episode 105 - David Gregory, J Chris Newberg, “The Voice” winner Danielle Bradbery
June. 19,2013

Episode 106 - Kristin Davis, Harvey Fierstein, The Mowgli's
June. 20,2013

Episode 107 - Terry Bradshaw, Steve Byrne, Joseph Arthur
June. 21,2013

Episode 108 - Steve Carell, Ken Ilgunas, Barenaked Ladies
June. 24,2013

Episode 109 - Sandra Bullock, Bob Saget, Il Volo
June. 25,2013

Episode 110 - Whitney Cummings, Alex Minsky, John Fogerty
June. 26,2013

Episode 111 - David Spade, Joey King, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
June. 27,2013

Episode 112 - Wanda Sykes, India.Arie
June. 28,2013

Episode 113 - Charlie Day, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lionel Richie
July. 08,2013

Episode 114 - Dane Cook, Nev Schulman, Matt Nathanson
July. 09,2013

Episode 115 - John Malkovich, Olivia Munn, Blackberry Smoke
July. 10,2013

Episode 116 - Helen Mirren, Ben Schwartz, The Olms
July. 11,2013

Episode 117 - Bill Hader, Passenger
July. 12,2013

Episode 118 - Savannah Guthrie, Anthony Jeselnik, Johnnyswim
July. 15,2013

Episode 119 - Zachary Levi, Danica Patrick, Talib Kweli feat. Nelly & Abby Dobso
July. 16,2013

Episode 120 - Jane Lynch, Serena Ryder
July. 17,2013

Episode 121 - Anthony Hopkins, Amy Schumer, Robert Randolph & The Family Band
July. 18,2013

Episode 122 - Howie Mandel, Marisa Miller, Sara Bareilles
July. 19,2013

Episode 123 - Gillian Anderson, Jim Rash & Nat Faxon, Kenny Chesney
July. 22,2013

Episode 124 - Aaron Paul, Selena Gomez
July. 23,2013

Episode 125 - Ashton Kutcher, Jayma Mays, Hiatus Kaiyote
July. 24,2013

Episode 126 - Cate Blanchett, Michael B. Jordan, Court Yard Hounds
July. 25,2013

Episode 127 - Katy Perry, Cris Collinsworth, Kacey Musgraves
July. 26,2013

Episode 128 - Kristen Bell, Phillip Phillips
July. 29,2013

Episode 129 - Kristin Chenoweth, Josh Gad
July. 30,2013

Episode 130 - Kate Hudson, Bob Costas, Kopecky Family Band
July. 31,2013

Episode 131 - Casey Affleck, Allison Janney
August. 01,2013

Episode 132 - Meredith Vieira, Jim Norton, Charlie Worsham
August. 02,2013

Episode 133 - Bryan Cranston, Amos Lee
August. 05,2013

Episode 134 - Matt LeBlanc, Mark Cuban, KT Tunstall
August. 06,2013

Episode 135 - Matt Damon, Anna Faris, Parachute
August. 07,2013

Episode 136 - Robin Williams, Gavin DeGraw
August. 08,2013

Episode 137 - Jason Sudeikis, “Fry It & Try It” with Jim Stacy, White Lies
August. 09,2013

Episode 138 - Jeff Daniels, Sherri Shepherd, Quinn Sullivan
August. 26,2013

Episode 139 - Josh Duhamel, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
August. 27,2013

Episode 140 - Matt LeBlanc, Kathryn Hahn, Sky Blu
August. 28,2013

Episode 141 - Julie Scardina, Rod Stewart
August. 29,2013

Episode 142 - Senator John McCain
August. 30,2013

Episode 143 - Bill Maher, Shaun White, Bad Things
September. 03,2013

Episode 144 - Christina Applegate, Rob Corddry, White Lies
September. 04,2013

Episode 145 - Vince Vaughn, Vintage Trouble
September. 05,2013

Episode 146 - Simon Cowell
September. 06,2013

Episode 147 - Martin Short, Meghan McCain, Backstreet Boys
September. 09,2013

Episode 148 - Rose Byrne, Jennifer Nettles
September. 10,2013

Episode 149 - Charlie Sheen, Jim Rome, Trombone Shorty
September. 11,2013

Episode 150 - Hugh Jackman, OneRepublic
September. 12,2013

Episode 151 - Zooey Deschanel, Terry Crews, Buena Vista Social Club
September. 13,2013

Episode 152 - Chris Hemsworth, Kristen Schaal, Sheryl Crow
September. 16,2013

Episode 153 - Neil Patrick Harris, Five for Fighting
September. 17,2013

Episode 154 - Christina Aguilera, Joy Behar, Valerie June
September. 18,2013

Episode 155 - Tim Allen, Dwayne Wade, Fitz and The Tantrums
September. 19,2013

Episode 156 - Jimmy Fallon
September. 20,2013

Episode 157 - Justin Timberlake, Paula Patton
September. 23,2013

Episode 158 - Olivia Wilde, Adam Scott, Cher Lloyd
September. 24,2013

Episode 159 - Dana Carvey, Cee-Lo Green, Goodie Mob
September. 25,2013

Episode 160 - Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ron Paul, Little Big Town
September. 26,2013

Episode 161 - Sandra Bullock, 13 year-old chef Jack Witherspoon
September. 27,2013

Episode 162 - Magic Johnson, Marjorie Johnson, Gary Clark Jr.
September. 30,2013

Episode 163 - Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jay Mohr, Ariana Grande & Mika
October. 01,2013

Episode 164 - Kathy Griffin, Newt Gingrich, Demi Lovato
October. 02,2013

Episode 165 - Julianne Moore, Billy Gardell
October. 03,2013

Episode 166 - Terry Bradshaw, “Fantasy Football Tattoo League”
October. 04,2013

Episode 193 - President George W. Bush & Laura Bush, Ben Harper with Charlie Musselwhite
November. 19,2013

Bil Dwyer preempted.

Seasons 20 : 2012

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205 Episode

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Seasons 19 : 2011

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220 Episode

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Seasons 18 : 2010

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196 Episode

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Seasons 17 : 2008

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155 Episode

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Seasons 16 : 2007

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188 Episode

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Seasons 15 : 2006

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222 Episode

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Seasons 14 : 2005

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222 Episode

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Seasons 13 : 2004

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223 Episode

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Seasons 12 : 2003

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225 Episode

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Seasons 11 : 2002

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221 Episode

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Seasons 10 : 2002

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207 Episode

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Seasons 9 : 2000

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110 Episode

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Seasons 8 : 1999

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8 Episode

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Seasons 7 : 1998

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17 Episode

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Seasons 6 : 1997

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9 Episode

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Seasons 5 : 1996

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29 Episode

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Seasons 4 : 1996

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5 Episode

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Seasons 3 : 1994

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3 Episode

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The Jay Leno Show
The Jay Leno Show
The Jay Leno Show is an American comedy show created by and starring Jay Leno, that aired at 10 p.m. from September 14, 2009 to February 9, 2010 on NBC, after Leno's initial retirement from hosting The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. In January 2010, NBC announced that due to affiliate concerns about its effect on their newscasts, The Jay Leno Show would be shortened to 30 minutes and moved from primetime to 11:35 p.m., the timeslot that had been occupied by The Tonight Show for nearly 60 years. The Tonight Show host Conan O'Brien released a public statement saying that he would not participate in moving Tonight to 12:05 a.m., asserting that it would damage the highly respected franchise. Despite much support for O'Brien from both the public and media professionals alike NBC maintained its plan to move Leno to 11:35. On January 21, 2010, NBC reached a $45 million settlement with O'Brien in order to end his contract. Leno resumed his duties as host of Tonight on March 1, 2010. Leno ended on February 9, 2010 after being on the air for only four months, with Entertainment Weekly calling the program television's "Biggest Bomb of All Time."
The Jay Leno Show 2009
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon is an American late-night talk show airing weeknights at 12:35 am Eastern/11:35 pm Central on NBC in the United States. The hour-long show premiered on March 2, 2009, and is hosted by actor, comedian and performer Jimmy Fallon, an alumnus of Saturday Night Live. Hip hop/neo soul band The Roots serve as the show's house band, and Steve Higgins is the show's announcer. The third incarnation of the Late Night franchise originated by David Letterman, the program originates from NBC Studio 6B in the GE Building at 30 Rockefeller Center in New York City. The show typically opens with a brief monologue from Fallon, followed by a comedy "desk piece," as well as prerecorded segments and audience competitions. The next segment is devoted to a celebrity interview, with guests ranging from actors and musicians to media personalities and political figures. The show then closes with either a musical or comedy performance. The show frequently employs digital media into its comedy, which has become crucial to its success. Fallon has been appointed to become the next host of The Tonight Show, where he will succeed the current host Jay Leno at the conclusion of the 2014 Winter Olympics, with fellow SNL alum Seth Meyers slated to replace Fallon.
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2009
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson is a talk show hosted by Johnny Carson under The Tonight Show franchise from 1962 to 1992. It originally aired during late-night. For its first ten years, Carson's Tonight Show was based in New York City with occasional trips to Burbank, California; in May 1972, the show moved permanently to Burbank, California. In 2002, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson was ranked #12 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time.
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1962
Larry King Live
Larry King Live
Larry King Live is an American talk show that was hosted by Larry King on CNN from 1985 to 2010. It was CNN's most watched and longest-running program, with over one million viewers nightly. Mainly aired from CNN's Los Angeles studios, the show was sometimes broadcast from CNN's studios in New York or Washington, D.C., where King gained national prominence during his years as a radio interviewer for the Mutual Broadcasting System. Every night, King interviewed one or more prominent individuals, usually celebrities, politicians and businesspeople. The one-hour show was broadcast three times a day in some areas, and was seen all over the world on CNN International. On June 29, 2010, King announced that the program would be coming to an end. The "final edition" of the program aired on December 16, but a new episode on the war against cancer aired two days later on December 18. Larry King Live was replaced by Piers Morgan Tonight, a talk show hosted by the British television personality and journalist Piers Morgan. It began airing January 17, 2011, featuring Oprah Winfrey as the first guest.
Larry King Live 1985
Conan
Conan
A late night television talk show hosted by Conan O'Brien.
Conan 2010
Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Jimmy Kimmel Live! is an American late-night talk show, created and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and broadcast on ABC.
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2003