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Seth Meyers makes his Late Night debut on NBC

Seth Meyers makes his Late Night debut on NBC

Late Night With Seth Meyers premiered on NBC last night, from Studio 8G at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York just across the hall from his old Saturday Night Live residence. The show started with a “Thank You Note” to former Late Night host Jimmy Fallon – a segment that used to be on his programme: After which, the titles rolled in a video sequence similar to Saturday Night Live’s opening and not dissimilar to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy…

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Late Night premieres tomorrow night on NBC

Late Night premieres tomorrow night on NBC

Late Night With Seth Meyers premieres tomorrow night on NBC at 12:35/11:35c, featuring guests Amy Poehler, Vice President Joe Biden and A Great Big World. Ahead of the premiere, Seth Meyers has been talking about how it feels to take over the Late Night franchise and what he’s going to bring to the show: Their Facebook page has also posted up a brief first look video clip of The 8G Band featuring Fred Armisen: The official Late Night website is…

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Jimmy Fallon brings in the viewers for NBC

Jimmy Fallon brings in the viewers for NBC

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has brought in huge audiences for its premiere week. NBCUniversal have released viewing figures for the first week of shows, saying on average 8.5m viewers tuned in to The Tonight Show across the week. This is the biggest audience for The Tonight Show since the week of the Cheers finale back in 1993. The official press release says “for the full week, Tonight averaged 8.490 million viewers overall, making it the most-watched week of…

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Jimmy Fallon makes his Tonight Show debut on NBC

Jimmy Fallon makes his Tonight Show debut on NBC

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon premiered on NBC last night, marking the return of the late night talk show franchise to New York. Jimmy kicked off the show with a stellar opening monologue. He made reference to the infamous Leno-Conan debacle the last time The Tonight Show changed hosts, joking “Welcome to The Tonight Show – the first to be broadcast from New York in over 40 years. I’m Jimmy Fallon and I’ll be your host… for now”. As…

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