David Letterman rose to fame as a comedian and had 33 years on late night television interviewing celebrities, athletes, politicians, and even a few animals on his popular show Late Night with David Letterman. He helped create the culture and demand for late night talk show. After stepping down from his reign as one of the most prominent comedians on TV in May of 2015, Letterman enjoyed some much-needed downtime for as long as he could stand it and now he is ready to get back to what he loves- interviewing people while sharing some laughs.
Starting on January 12, 2018, David Letterman is back in the game with his new Netflix series, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman. He is starting with a bang, his first guest is none other than Barack Obama. The first episode is sure to garner a lot of attention. The best part of the series is that it gives fans the access to Letterman any day, any time thanks to Netflix’s on-demand platform. Another perk is that Letterman still can enjoy his retirement years, do what he loves, and not have to be on set nightly as he had to in the past. Sounds like a winning combination for sure. Viewers can expect big-name guests, plenty of jokes, a hint of seriousness, and no shortage of amusing banter.