- Fri Jan 6, 2017, 2:35 AM GMT
TBS President Kevin Reilly says that there are no plans to change the format of Conan O'Brien's daily late-night talk show to a weekly format.READ MORE
Conan Christopher O'Brien showed of an interest in comedy at an early age and was elected as president of the Harvard humor magazine, the Harvard Lampoon, for two times. After graduating from the institution, he worked as a writer for the sketch comedy series "Not Necessarily the News". Beginning from 1989 to 1991, he wrote for the hit NBC comedy show "Saturday Night Live". This was followed by the animated FOX series "The Simpsons", for which he served as a writer as well supervising producer.
Never working in front of the camera before, O'Brien was surprisingly chosen by NBC to replace David Letterman as host of "Late Night" after the host departed and moved to CBS for his own late night show. A first-timer in the field, it was not until four years later that O'Brien was signed for a lucrative five-year contract. He thus remained in the show for a total of 16 years, from September 1993 to February 2009.
The 'Deadpool' actor and the 'CONAN' host share a steamy kiss in what the actor calls a clip from his upcoming project 'The Notebook 2'.READ MORE
The self-declared future Vice President Jimmy Kimmel issues a warning to the robbers, while the 'CONAN' host realizes his career is doomed after talking about Kim who was held at gunpoint in Paris.READ MORE
Late-night shows bid farewell to the late rocker with heartfelt tributes on Monday night, January 11.READ MORE
Robert Alexander Kaseberg accuses the 'Conan' host of ripping off his jokes about Caitlyn Jenner and Tom Brady.READ MORE
Nick Offerman, Hannibal Buress, Larry King and Michael Sheen also take part in the auditions to be Hugh Jackman's replacement in the role.READ MORE