Former President Barack Obama will be David Letterman's first guest on the former late night talk show hosts new Netflix series.
US President Barack Obama tapes an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York, May 4, 2015.
Each episode will center around one particular person, and consist of in-depth interviews as well as field segments. Obama's appearance on the new show marks the former president's first television interview since leaving office past year.
David Letterman's anticipated return date to television is set.
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The six-episode, 60-minute talk show series is set to debut January 12, with a new episode released each subsequent month.
Netflix announced that the new show, titled "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman", will be released monthly, starting next Friday, and will include guest appearances from George Clooney, Malala Yousafzai, Jay-Z, Tina Fey, and Howard Stern, Variety reported Friday.
His return to television for Netflix was announced in August 2017, when the quick-witted host said that Pope Francis and President Donald Trump would be top of his wish-list for the series. Letterman left "The Late Show" in May 2015 after almost 22 years on CBS including his 11-year run on NBC hosting "Late Night with David Letterman". Obama visited the late-night staple eight times while Letterman was the host - three times while he was president, according to The Hill.
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