Late-night legend David Letterman, however, is going about it a little differently. Beginning next week, David Letterman-Indiana's native son and the longest-serving host in USA late-night television-is set to return to our screens.
The new show will consist of six hour-long episodes built around Letterman's star guests.
David Letterman's new Netflix series will debut this month, with former President Barack Obama giving his first talk show appearance since leaving office, the streaming service announced Friday. "My Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman" features season-one guests of Malala Yousafzai, Tina Fey, George Clooney, Jay Z and Howard Stern.
This screengrab shows a preview of David Letterman (R)'s interview with former USA president Barack Obama which will be shown on Netflix.
Reigning champion Serena Williams pulls out of Australian Open
Britain's Andy Murray (hip) and Japan's Kei Nishikori (wrist) having already said they would not compete. The defending champion said in a statement on Friday that she was "not where I personally want to be".
This is the first time Netflix hasn't made every episode of a series that has already been completed available to binge, so Letterman must have been pretty adamant about that when finalizing the deal.
Produced by RadicalMedia and Letterman's Worldwide Pants, Incorporated, for Netflix, each episode is centered around a person Letterman finds fascinating.
The show will focus on a solo guest in interviews that take place inside and outside a studio. Netflix and the Radical brothers put this show idea together.
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