David Letterman is back, and he’s keeping his mammoth Santa Claus facial hair.
The veteran late-night host will dispatch a month to month, hour-long meeting appear on Netflix next Friday, commencing the six-section arrangement by talking Barack Obama. It will be the previous president’s first television show appearance since leaving office.
The show denotes another configuration explore for the spilling TV benefit, and also the most recent prominent drama extraordinary that Netflix expectations will bait in worldwide endorsers. The organization – which has enrolled as much as possible funnies like Dave Chappelle, Jerry Seinfeld, Amy Schumer and Chris Rock to make stand-up specials – is as yet attempting to discover its legs in the sort of repeating programming you don’t simply fling at the same time. Its syndicated program with Chelsea Handler attempted to discover its beat, changing from a day by day configuration to a week after week appear in its second season before it was wiped out in October.
The Letterman program, called “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman,” will likewise highlight interviewees George Clooney, Malala Yousafzai, Jay-Z, Tina Fey and Howard Stern. The primary scene will stream on Friday, Jan. 12, and another scene will be made accessible each consequent month.
The meetings happen both inside and outside a studio setting, and Netflix says “the discussions are personal, top to bottom and extensive, with the levity and diversion Dave’s fans know and love.”