David Letterman returns to TV with Obama interview

David Letterman returns to TV with Obama interview

David Letterman returns to TV with Obama interview

― AFP picLOS ANGELES, Jan 6 ― Late night talk show host David Letterman is returning to television next week with an interview of former United States president Barack Obama, streaming giant Netflix announced yesterday.

The headliner on "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman" is former President Barack Obama, with other episodes featuring George Clooney, Jay-Z, Tina Fey, Howard Stern and Malala Yousafzai.

The streaming platform teased the new show's January 12 launch in a tweet with a lineup topped by the former United States leader: "Obama".

Obama has laid low since leaving the White House a year ago with the exception of a few public appearances and a radio interview with Britain's Prince Harry recorded in September and broadcast last month.

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David Letterman had said in August that he would be back in 2018 on Netflix.

The new show is Letterman's return to the limelight after leaving "The Late Show With David Letterman" in May 2015, marking the end of a legendary stint as a late-night talk-show host that started at NBC in 1982. Obama's appearance on the new show marks the former president's first television interview since leaving office a year ago. The six-part series will run a new episode each month and conclude in June.

The company also said, "Field segments will bring Dave to locations far and wide, expressing his curiosity and desire to dig deeper on a specific topic related to the iconic guest featured in the episode".

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