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David Letterman Talks Not Missing 'The Late Show,' Why He Grew His Beard

"I can remember the first day that Stephen Colbert took over put his [new] show on the air," Letterman says in a wide-ranging interview with the nonprofit literary journal 'Whitefish Review.' "I thought I would have some trouble, some emotional trouble, or some feeling of displacement, but I realized, hey, thats not my problem anymore." //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/qVFQiQg13YY/story01.htm

5 things we learned about David Letterman from 'Whitefish Review'

Since David Letterman retired from television earlier this year, you never know where or when the former Late Show host might pop up. It could be on stage with Martin Short and Steve Martin, at his alma mater Ball State, or at the Indy 500. Or somewhere in Montana. Letterman, who has a... //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/-z8zWZBg1fk/david-letterman-5-things-we-learned-his-whitefish-review-interview

The 10 Best Late-Night Moments of 2015

This month Vulture will be publishing our critics year-end lists.  Last week's lists  included albums , art , and video games . This week we've covered comedy sketches , specials , and  podcasts plus Margaret Lyons's top shows , Bilge Ebiri's top movies ,  and  music videos  and memes . Now it's on to late-night clips, comic books, graphic novels, and album reissues.   1. Stephen Colbert thanks Jon Stewart For over a decade, Jon Stewart defined how an entire generation of viewers got their news, using comedy to cut through the political rhetoric of the Bush administration and the media spin cycle. Under his tenure, The Daily Show also became a launching pad for a current crop of late-night hosts including Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, Larry Wilmore, and Samantha Bee. So, on Jon Stewarts final day as the host of The Daily Show , it was more than appropriate that his friend and former colleague Stephen Colbert finally said what we all wanted to say: thank you. //www.vulture.com/2015/12/10-best-late-night-moments-of-2015.html

David Letterman Donates 'Late Show' Memorabilia to Alma Mater

The retired host will give props from his time hosting 'Late Night' and 'Late Show' to Ball State University.   Read More... //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00091769.html

David Letterman's Company Hit With Contract Lawsuit From Lee Gabler

Gabler, a former co-chairman of CAA, claims Letterman's company "inexplicably" stopped paying him in March.    Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/igamASkR_Ds/story01.htm

D'Oh! David Spade Turned Down David Letterman's Late Night Gig

  Everybody has a work-related "D'oh!" story but David Spade 's might take the cake: the actor and comic said he turned down a $2 million a year to replace David Letterman more than a decade ago. In a candid interview on FS1's The Herd with Colin Cowherd Thursday afternoon, Spade said that when David ...   Read More...   //www.tvguide.com/news/david-spade-turned-down-david-letterman-late-night-gig/?rss=breakingnews

David Letterman's 'Late Show' Marquee Taken Down From Broadway (Video)

The famous sign no longer graces the front of the Ed Sullivan Theater.   Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/YxtXwOa7qL8/story01.htm

David Letterman's 'Late Show' Set From the Early '90s For Sale on eBay (Video)

Three buildings that made up the show's New York City skyline can be yours for several thousand dollars.   Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/9rYb5u_mVq0/story01.htm

How Many People Tuned In for David Letterman's Last Late Show?

  Nearly 14 million people tuned in to see David Letterman 's final night hosting The Late Show . The audience of 13.76 million (and a 3.1 rating among adults 18 to 49) gave the show its highest ratings since February 1994 (when it was immediately preceded by coverage of the Winter Olympics).    Read More... //www.tvguide.com/news/david-letterman-final-late-show-ratings/?rss=breakingnews

David Letterman's Farewell Speech

  For a solid portion of the tail end of his finale, David Letterman took time to thank the people who have helped him on his 6,000-plus-episode journey as a talk-show host. Watch the whole shebang here, as he thanks his Late Show staff, Biff Henderson, Paul Shaffer and Co., his family, and even this random gem of a kid named Tommy. He does it all with a huge helping of humility, giving literally everyone around him including the audience and excepting himself kudos for helping to make a legendary show. "In light of all this praise [from the last few weeks]," he quipped, "do me a favor: Save a little for my funeral." We'll miss ya, Dave. Thanks.   Read More...   //www.vulture.com/2015/05/watch-lettermans-farewell-speech.html