Instead of the five or seven minute conversation Letterman had on his talk show, the esteemed guest will chat with the seasoned interviewer for an hour discussing a range of topics. While David Letterman hasn't hosted his own television show since the Late Show with David Letterman ended in 2015, he hasn't completely avoided the spotlight.
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"You never know when you might learn something", Letterman said of his new show. Not only did the company pull Letterman out of retirement, but it bought Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" series last year and released two Dave Chappelle stand-up specials on New Year's Eve. The interview will serve as Obama's first television talk show appearance since leaving office. In July of the same year, the veteran host admitted he may have acted prematurely while guesting on stage with Steve Martin and Martin Short in Texas: "I retired, and". Former President Barack Obama will be Letterman's first guest.
The new show is part of Netflix's continuing efforts to produce its own shows. He did not mention President Donald Trump, who frequently tweets, by name.