Worldwide Pants and CBS have announced that Late Show with David Letterman will end on Wednesday, May 20th. It will mark the end of a 22 year run on CBS for Letterman and more than 32 years in late night (6,028 episodes in all).
“David Letterman has given to all of us a remarkable legacy of achievement and creative brilliance that will never be forgotten,” CBS Corp President and CEO Leslie Moonves said. “It’s going to be tough to say goodbye, but I know we will all cherish the shows leading up to Dave’s final broadcast in May.”
What do you think? Do you plan to tune in for Dave’s final episode?
Can’t wait to see David Letterman saying goodbye on The Late Show come May 20th. Looking forward to Stephen Colbert of course.
When David made the transition from NBC to CBS, I was heart broken for years. I couldn’t even stand the name Jay Leno. Hay Phil, did you ever hear of DVD or VCR. You can set it so it doesn’t play reruns and you can fast forward on the commercials. I will also miss Craig Ferguson. I would put him in a class of Robin Williams. I think there is more to the story then what is being told.
Love Dave Letterman and his Late Show…just wish I could stay up that late to watch the rest of it. Stephen Colbert has a big pair of shoes to fill, but I’m sure he’ll do just fine.
Yes, I’ll watch Dave’s last show – but more importantly, gearing up for Colbert’s last show Dec. 18!!!!!!!