CBS has invested a lot of promotional to its revamped late-night lineup this year, but next February, both Stephen Colbert and James Corden will get their biggest push yet.
A new TV season kicks off next week with 22 different shows set to debut on the broadcast networks. But it's a cable show that's generating the most buzz on Twitter.
David Letterman's final Late Show was watched by 13.76 million viewers, making it the Late Show's largest audience since Feb. 25, 1994, on a night that saw CBS' coverage of the Lillehammer Olympics.
As David Letterman prepares to deliver his final Top 10 list on his final show tomorrow night, we take a look back at 10 of his best ever. Letterman's very first list—things that almost rhyme with peas—was presented on NBC's Late Night on Sept. 18, 1985.