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David Letterman Returning To "Late Night" For 40th Anniversary

92nd Street Y Presents Senator Al Franken In Conversation With David Letterman

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Twenty-nine years after departing “Late Night,” David Letterman is back for one night only. The current host, Seth Meyers, announced Letterman’s return in honor of the show’s 40th anniversary on Feb. 1.

Letterman, who hosted the NBC show from its very beginning in 1982, departed in 1993 to host CBS’ “Late Show,” which is currently hosted by Stephen Colbert.

Prior to his stint at CBS, Letterman was vying to host “The Tonight Show” in 1993 upon former host Johnny Carson’s departure.

Competing show host Jay Leno snatched the coveted spot instead, prompting Letterman’s exit from “Late Night.”

The 74-year-old late-night talk show veteran left CBS’ “Late Show” in 2015, announcing a retirement from television, only returning to the screen for his own Netflix series, “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction,” in 2018.

Source: NY Post.

Photo Credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images.

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