Conan O’Brien will end his nightly TBS show on June 24, the cabler announced Monday night. It will bring to an end the host’s 28-year run as a late-night host, stretching back to 1993 when he took over NBC’s ‘Late Show’ from David Letterman. TBS’ parent company, WarnerMedia, said in November 2020 that ‘Conan’ would end this summer. O’Brien signed a deal with the company at that time, under which he’ll host and produce a weekly variety show for HBO Max and continue making the ‘Conan Without Borders’ travel specials for TBS. The final weeks of ‘Conan’ will feature a lineup of special guests and an hour-long finale on June 24 that will include a look back at his 11 years on TBS.
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