I hope they have Don Pardo do his intro. As rumored and expected for weeks, Seth Myers takes over Jimmy Fallon's soon-to-be-former job, and Lorne Michaels fully ascends to become one of the most powerful men at NBC.
How are late night talk shows even still a thing?
Maybe Seth Meyers can also get a column in a newspaper and a job as a milk man.
I wonder how many more hours in the day do we have to watch full hours of late night talk? What happens if/when Jay Leno pulls a "Jay Leno" and goes to Fox? The following "traditional" Late Night Talk Shows will be on the air this fall:
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
The Late Show with David Letterman
Jimmy Kimmel LIVE
Late Night with Seth Myers
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
Untitled Pete Holmes Late Night Show (after Conan on TBS)
The top-rated Daily Show/Colbert Report block adds a new Chris Hardwick-headlined show in the fall, which solidifies a Comedy Central 11:00-12:30 blockade. It seems like most people only watch clips of these anymore regardless.