Taking over Stephen Colbert’s Late Show to blast Fox News, the former ‘Daily Show’ host was unapologetically partisan while also seeking to build bridges.
Stephen Colbert's no stranger to the internet or technology, but you can't exactly say the same for the show he starts hosting in December. Well ahead of his first night behind the The Late Show desk, CBS has launched an iOS app, new website and a rash of social media accounts bearing Colbert's moniker. Sure, Conan and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon have their fingers in this pond already, but this move showcases a pretty big generational change when you compare this to the environment David Letterman debuted to in 1993. No disrespect to Letterman, but it's rather refreshing. Oh, and there's a teaser video below in case you're curious about what the former Daily Show correspondent has been up to for the past few months. Spoiler: he has a beard.
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As David Letterman takes his final bows as late night show host, CBS is hoping Stephen Colbert can attract younger viewers away from rivals Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon.
“I hope you find the courage to decide for yourself what is right and what is wrong, and then please, expect as much of the world around you. Try to make the world good according to your standards.” Those were some of the words of wisdom uttered by comedian Stephen Colbert during his commencement address to the graduates of North Carolina’s Wake Forest University on Monday.
The comedian appeared on stage at the CBS upfronts for his first official appearance as the new 'Late Show' host.
Today in heart-clutch moments: Stephen Colbert announced that he would fund every single request made by South Carolina public school teachers on the website DonorsChoose.org. The total donation clocked in at $800,000 and covered almost 1,000 projects at more than 375 schools.
Perhaps it's our real divide: Letterman/Colbert's irony and subversion vs. Leno/Fallon's desperate need to be liked
David Letterman may be passing on the baton as he exits the Late Show, but the longtime TV personality had little say in the star he will be handing off to. Letterman, 68, revealed in a new interview with The New York Times that he was not consulted by CBS in Stephen Colbert's casting as the new host.
It seems that upcoming David Letterman replacement and original Star Wars fan Stephen Colbert is set to interview George Lucas, the critically acclaimed auteur behind indie stunner THX 1138. Vanity Fair reports that the two will sit down during this year‘s Tribeca Film Festival to discuss filmmaking
Stephen Colbert will make his CBS debut this fall....
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