Conan O’Brien will be ending his late-night TV show this June!
TBS announced on Monday that O’Brien’s late-night talk show Conan will air for the last time on June 24. The weeks leading up to the show’s grand goodbye will feature a variety of special guests. The finale will be an hour-long special that will celebrate the last 11 years of Conan.
According to EW, O’Brien is currently the “longest-tenured late-night host on American TV.” Conan took over NBC’s Late Night franchise following David Letterman’s move to CBS in 1993. He took over the slot for 16 years then took on a brief run hosting The Tonight Show in 2009. One year later, he moved to cable with Conan in 2010.
As for the future, O’Brien will continue hosting his Conan Without Border travel specials on TBS. He’ll also host a special on HBO Max at some point with a variety-style series. O’Brien will also continue to co-host his podcast Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend which premiered in 2018.