Conan has been an integral part of TBS since 2010 but will end for good in June this year as host Conan O’Brien moves on to new projects. The channel revealed that the Conan The final episode of TBS will air on June 24, 2021. That way, presenter O’Brien can focus on his new HBO Max show, which is currently being developed with WarnerMedia and is a “departure from its current traditional talk show format.”
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TBS promises that the last few weeks of Conan will include “a number of special guests” who will celebrate the show’s history. The Conan The final episode of TBS itself will also be an hour-long episode (the show was switched to 30-minute episodes in 2019) that “looks back over the past 11 years of this iteration of O’Brien’s long late night career. “So far, no guests have been confirmed.
O’Brien previously hosted Late night on NBC a short while ago as Today’s show Host. After O’Brien was controversially replaced by Jay Leno (for whom he took over), he found a new home at TBS. O’Brien has hosted three late night talk shows for 28 years, on which he and his staff won four Emmy Awards and six Writers Guild Awards.
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In addition to his upcoming HBO Max show, O’Brien will focus on running his Conaco production company and Team Coco digital brand. This includes his popular podcast Conan O’Brien needs a friendwhich has been broadcast since 2018.