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Conan O'Brien Is Ending His Talk Show Run With a Star-Studded Guest Lineup

Few talk show hosts have had a wilder ride through the world of late night than Conan O'Brien. Now, after nearly 3 decades on the air, Conan is set to end his talk show on June 24. He'll no longer be on TBS four nights a week, but Conan isn't going to disappear from our lives completely. Instead, he's starting a new show, but not before he wraps up Conan with a few special guests.
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Without Trump and Live Audiences, Late-Night Talk Shows Refreshed Their Formats

As everyone figured out the pandemic pivot of last year’s television season, talk shows had to contend with the loss of two mainstays: live audiences and President Trump. “You still talk about [Trump] because there is going to be a long tail of the effect on the country, as we look at January 6 and more,” says Seth Meyers of NBC’s “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” “His many enterprises are reasons to still talk about him. But it is a relief he doesn’t have the most important job in the world.”
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TV host Graham Norton on chat show, new novel

Anthony Mason interviews TV host Graham Norton, who delights audiences every week with Britain's version of the late night talk show. His sharp comedic timing, unique laugh and effortless ease with guests who chat over drinks on the famous red sofa have made “The Graham Norton Show“ a hit. The eight-time BAFTA Award winner also hosts a radio show and writes. In the spare time Norton somehow found, he has written his third novel, “Home Stretch.”
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What’s on TV Monday: ‘The Republic of Sarah’ on The CW

The prime-time TV grid is on hiatus in print. You can find more TV coverage at: latimes.com/whats-on-tv. BBQ Brawl In the first of three new episodes airing tonight, 12 experienced BBQ pitmasters each create a single bite that captures their culinary identity. Bobby Flay, Eddie Jackson and Michael Symon each pick a team in this competition series. 7:30, 8 and 9 p.m. Food Network.
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Stephen Colbert and ‘The Late Show’ Make ‘Very Emotional’ Return to Ed Sullivan Theater

Stephen Colbert has, nearly every weeknight for the past 15 months, led the nation’s most-watched late-night show without many of the trappings viewers have come to expect. He’s had no live audience to respond to his jokes and monologues. His bandleader, Jon Batiste, made musical contributions from a remote location. And his interviews with newsmakers and celebrities, conducted by video-sharing technology, have taken on a hushed, almost intimate quality.
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Cinedigm Bringing Live Stream Horror Talk Show ‘Dead Talk Live’ to Screambox Subscription Service

The press release explains, “Cinedigm, the leading independent streaming company super-serving enthusiast fan bases, announced today that the Company has added the popular digital series Dead Talk Live to their new horror subscription service Screambox. With Dead Talk Live, Cinedigm looks to expand the Company’s portfolio beyond film and television, into genre centric unscripted series. Ideal for both the casual viewer and horror fanatics, the series features exclusive live guest interviews, coverage of popular series and reviews of upcoming horror releases. The show rose to prominence on YouTube and has gained nearly 350,000 followers across social media.”
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‘The Talk’: Carrie Ann Inaba Speaks Out on Show’s Renewal Amid Leave of Absence

Following the news that CBS’ talk show The Talk has officially been renewed for its 12th season, co-host of the show Carrie Ann Inaba shared her excitement for the renewal. “[The Talk] has been renewed for another season! Congratulations to everyone who works on the show!” Inaba beams in an Instagram post. “12 Seasons is incredible…. All the people you don’t see behind the scenes…. It’s a huge family that makes this show go! The hard work, the love, the kindness, the artistry, the multitude of skills it takes [to] create a daily show.”