Last night may have been the final edition of “Larry King Live,” but the host won’t be staying out of the public eye for long.
Classic interviews and episodes will be airing until the end of the year, at which point the New York Times reports that Anderson Cooper will take over the 9 PM slot until Piers Morgan starts his nightly program in mid-January.
As for King, he will host four specials a year for CNN, and has also spoken out about some other endeavors, including a comedy tour, a return to radio courtesy of Ryan Seacrest or even a job with MLB Network.
Jason Pollock attended the after-party for King’s final show last night, and recorded King’s remarks to guests:
After the jump, a preview of what Larry King’s comedy tour could look like.