Conan O’Brien Is No. 1 In Late-Night

Conan O’Brien has been welcomed back to television by more than 4.1 million viewers. The jilted host of The Tonight Show, who left NBC eight months ago, returned to late night Monday with a new talk show, Conan, which premiered on basic-cable network TBS. O’Brien’s opening night throttled Comedy Central rivals, according to Nielsen Co.

Conan O’Brien: Seth Rogen Engaged [VIDEO]

Conan’s back in late-night, and he’s always broken a major scoop: Actor Seth Rogen is getting married. The redheaded funnyman made his return to the late night schedule on Monday evening with the premiere of his brand new show, Conan, on TBS, nearly 10 months after departing NBC’s The Tonight Show back in January. Rogen

Conan O’Brien Makes Surprise Appearance On “Lopez Tonight”

Conan O’Brien’s new 60-minute basic cable series Conan won’t debut until next week, but on Wednesday night, the former host of NBC’s Tonight Show tested out his new digs on TBS with an impromptu appearance on Lopez Tonight. The George Lopez-helmed program will be permanently bumped to midnight next week to accommodate the debut of

Andy Richter Reuniting With Conan O’Brien For TBS Late-Night Series

Conan O’Brien will be joined by a familiar face when he returns to late-night TV on TBS next month. Andy Richter, who left O’Brien’s NBC Late Night in 2000 to pursue an acting career, will join the now-bearded Coco when his TBS show — aptly-titled Conan — debuts Nov. 8 @ 11 PM. The foray

Conan O’Brien Writing Staff Fuming Over Pay Cut

Conan O’Brien’s writing staff is unhappy after receiving news that they’ll have to take significant pay cuts when the late-night king moves from NBC to TBS this November, sources told The New York Post.“This is no surprise,” an insider told The Post about the anticipated pay cuts. “One show was broadcast network; the other

TBS Backs Conan O’Brien Emmy Campaign

Conan O’Brien’s new employer TBS has come out to support the comic’s bid for a Primetime Emmy Award for his short-lived turn as host of NBC’s The Tonight Show.TBS has launched a “For Your Consideration” campaign to support O’Brien with two ads. However, NBC did not include Conan’s show on its campaign DVD, opting instead