On Monday, it was reported that Conan O’Brien’s show which was translated on TBS, will end this year on June 24th. The late-night run show will finish its existence after nearly 30 years of televising. It was announced that the show’s final week episodes will include some special guests along with an hour-long finale analyzing the last 11 years of O’Brien’s long career.
After the ending of the show next month, O’Brien will host another new weekly entertainment series special for HBO Max. It is WarnerMedia’s new streaming service.
O’Brien is well-known for his humor and friendly style during the interviews. He began his career as host of NBC’s Late Night program back in 1993. Then, after 16 years working, in 2009 O’Brien became the host of The Tonight Show. But this did not continue so long. The thing is when NBC decided to make particular changes, O’Brien didn’t agree to it and left the show. Finally, he joined TBS in 2010, where he worked for over ten years. On Monday, he discussed ending his show.
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