Netflix’s My Next Guest Needs No Introduction proves the world still needs David Letterman
Friday, 12 January 2018 When David Letterman left the Late Show in 2015, it felt like a generational changing of the guard. After over three decades as a late-night host, the comedian was stepping away, letting Stephen Colbert reinvent the show while Letterman enjoyed the free time to do, well, nothing — other than grow a really serious beard. So when Netflix announced last year that he would be coming out of retirement to host a talk show, it raised a couple of questions. What could Letterman do outside the limitations of network television that he hadn’t already done, and would a David Letterman series still seem relevant given that the late-night world has moved on?
The first episode of the show, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman, is...
Barack Obama admits that saying goodbye to daughter Malia when he dropped her off for her freshman year at Harvard this past September was "like open-heart surgery." In an interview with David Letterman on the host's new Netflix show "My First Guest Needs No Introduction," taped in 2017 and released...
David Letterman will stop by Late Night with Seth Meyers on May 23. Letterman's appearance on the show will mark his first on NBC's Late Night since retiring as host after 11 seasons in 1993. After.. Source: Wochit -
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Netflix bought the worldwide rights to the animated film “Next Gen” for $30 million.
The animated feature is directed by Kevin R. Adams and Joe Ksander.
The film stars the voices of Jason.. Source: Wochit -
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Michelle Monaghan is going from Hulu to Netflix.
The True Detective grad who recently wrapped the third and final season of Hulu's The Path, has been cast as the female lead of Netflix drama series.. Source: Wochit -
Jeffrey Tambor to Return to TV After Sexual Harassment Claims A Netflix spokesperson confirmed that Tambor would be in ‘Arrested Development’s’ fifth season, which wrapped up production in.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -