David Letterman and Craig Ferguson Sign Deals to Stay with CBS Through 2014
12:30 pm, April 3rd, 2012
CBS’ two big late-night stars are going to stick around.
Letterman’s renewal means that he will reach his 32nd year behind the desk, surpassing the 30-year reign of his hero, Johnny Carson.
He began with NBC’s “Late Night” in 1982, famously leaving for CBS in 1993.
Meanwhile, Los Angeles-based Ferguson will be moving to a larger stage at CBS’ Television City.
The Scottish-American comedian has hosted “Late Late Show” since 2005, building solid ratings and earning a Peabody Award in the process.
Are you happy for (at least) two more years of Letterman and Ferguson?
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