Late Night (NBC)
Conan O'Brien (1993-2009)
Jimmy Fallon (2009-2014)
Late Night is an American talk show on NBC. Since 2012, the program also runs on CNBC Europe.
The Tomorrow Show
Predecessor of the show was The Tomorrow Show. It aired from 1973 to 1983 with the Host Tom Snyder.
Late Night with David Letterman
David Letterman started the late night show the first Moderator to moderate in 1982. He hosted the show until 1993. 1993 rose from the Letterman show, because he got a new show on CBS ( The Late Show with David Letterman ). The show was recorded in the NBC Studio 6A of the Rockefeller Center. Paul Shaffer was then head of the band in the studio. He moved with David Letterman on CBS.
Late Night with Conan O'Brien
Conan O'Brien took over the program in 1993 by David Letterman. He hosted the show until 2009. Afterwards he took over The Tonight Show from Jay Leno. This show he hosted for only one year. Since 2011 he is the moderator on TBS. The show was recorded in the 30 Rock Studios. Band leader was Max Weinberg.
Jimmy Fallon took over the program in 2009 by Conan O'Brien. He will moderate the program until February 2014, taking over The Tonight Show from Jay Leno. The show will be just if it is recorded in the 30 Rock studios in New York. Show band is The Roots.
Seth Meyers will host the show from February 2014.
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