Larry King's career stretches back nearly seven decades, ranging from his early days as a radio broadcaster in Florida to 25 years at the helm of Larry King Live on CNN. He interviewed a staggering 60,000 people before retiring in 2010. But that retirement would be short lived.
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Larry King is back. After 19 months away, the hall-of-fame broadcaster and prolific interviewer will step back in front of the mic on Tuesday evening. Only this time he won't be live, and he won't be on cable.