In latest episode of his Netflix series "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction," David Letterman sits down with radio host Howard Stern for a candid conversation.
In her interview with David Letterman, Tina Fey says she’s glad she’s not working at "Saturday Night Live" now because of the poisonous atmosphere Donald Trump has let loose in the land.
Squirming discomfort — some of it pleasurable, much of it not — proves to be the subtext that runs throughout this entire hour of "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman."
The secret to making it in the rap world? In a new interview for the Netflix series "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman," Jay-Z proves it's the voice.
A segment for "The Late Show With David Letterman" ostensibly went off without a hitch, but Sly Stallone lets it be known in a new Instagram caption that things weren't quite as ho-hum as they might have appeared.
David Letterman was on "The Howard Stern Show" to discuss his new Netflix show, the "Late Night" legacy and a story about how he accidentally ingested PCP while smoking a joint.
David Letterman will host a new Netflix series with "in-depth conversations with extraordinary people and ... segments expressing his curiosity and humor.”
'Norm Macdonald Live' is back for a new season, the host's third, and the online talk show has a full hour of David Letterman worth your time.
The new '70s-set Showtime series about the onstage and offstage lives of a group of standup comics, premieres June 4. It does not kill.
While poking around for vintage David Letterman videos to illustrate my review of the new book Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night earlier this week, I came across this. It’s from 1999, Dave’s Top 10 list of “Donald Trump’s Campaign Slogans.” “Huh?” you say. Well, in 1999 Trump began an exploratory effort to become the presidential candidate for the Reform Party. He announced it, of course, on television — not descending the Trump Tower escalator as he did in 2015, but during an appearance on CNN’s Larry King Live.
Jason Zinoman’s “Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night (Harper),” on sale Tuesday, is a forensic biography of — I’ll just put this out here now, so you know where I stand — the greatest talk-show host ever. Zinoman, who covers the comedy beat for the New York Times, comes at David Letterman as a fan, as a critic, and as a reporter. The author knows he has to include Letterman’s failings, both professional and personal, yet his goal is to make his subtitle ring true: Letterman as “the last giant” of a TV genre that is now overrun by lesser mortals seeking niche audiences and demographic shards.
Michael Stipe takes a selfie next to David Letterman’s New York magazine cover. Everyone has a celebrity look-alike, including Michael Stipe. For some time, the singer best known for fronting R.E.M. has been sporting an out-of-control, bushy, wiry beard — similar to David Letterman‘s retirement look.
David Letterman is doing more than growing that crazy-man-living-in-a-cabin beard during his retirement from late-night television.
NBC aired its much-publicized interview with David Letterman, and in promoting the interview, NBC pretty much gave away all the good stuff in its preview clips.
This is the retired David Letterman we’ve been waiting for. The former "Late Show" host talked with Tom Brokaw about the presumptive GOP nominee, Donald Trump.
Let me begin by saying I like Maya Rudolph and Martin Short a lot. Rudolph is a regal comic presence with a rich voice she can use for clever impersonations, or as a straightforward instrument of pleasure. Short is one of the most gifted improvisers and sketch performers television has seen, as anyone knows who ever saw him as a guest on David Letterman’s Late Show, or, further back, on SCTV.
If you ever needed a perfect example of the dreadful state of political humor on late-night television, you cannot do better than this weekend’s Saturday Night Live season finale Hillary-Bernie. Kate McKinnon certainly does a fun Hillary Clinton, emphasizing her frustrated angst at not being universally acclaimed as the candidate she thinks every Democrat should rally ’round. Jimmy Fallon seems to think that once he gets into orange make-up to Donald Trump, his job is done—whatever jokes his writers give him seem like afterthoughts.
A bearded David Letterman performed at a USO celebration. President Obama, a guest, saw the resemblance between the ex-"Late Show" host and U.S. poet Walt Whitman.
We enter Week 2 of voting for the Yahooies!, Yahoo TV’s awards honoring the best of the 2014-15 TV season (including summer shows), with the Best Late Night Host category.
Most of the media seems perplexed, baffled, even annoyed that Donald Trump has garnered so much attention with no sign of wearing out his welcome with the public.