David Letterman is contemplating retirement after talk show to Netflix
David Letterman is thinking about to stop with the television. That said the presenter during an interview in the radio show of Howard Stern.
Letterman is currently for Netflix, a show which he with famous guests longer conversations. That program is pre-recorded.
“This is probably the last thing I do”, says the 70-year-old Ltterman. “I wants to know that this show is good and love the people of Netflix.”
Letterman made for NBC and CBS in 33 years, more than six thousand episodes of the talk shows Late Night and The Late Show. Retiring from that last program was created in 2015 by almost fourteen million viewers followed. On the question of whether he is not afraid that the viewers his new program will compare with Late Night, he says: “That may be, but I’m not worried about.”
Since the presenter is stopped with the Late Night Show he has his gray beard. Letterman is not going razor to get back to. “I am buried with this beard,” said the presenter at the Stern. “I was the daily shave so terribly was.”
The new Netflixserie with interviews of Letterman consists of six episodes and is in 2018.
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