Conan O’Brien’s Late-Night TBS Show Will End After 11 Years

The comedian heads to HBO Max with weekly variety series

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A decade after debuting his late-night staple on TBS, comedian Conan O’Brien has set an end date to his eponymous show. Conan will wrap its run at the end of its 10th season in June 2021, the WarnerMedia-owned cable network said today.

O’Brien has already lined up his next project. He will move over to WarnerMedia streamer HBO Max with a new weekly variety series. Meanwhile, his periodic travel specials, Conan Without Borders, will continue airing on TBS.

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