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Conan Back on T.V.


Conan O'Brien will be returning to television this November at TBS following the World Series! Many had speculated that he would end up at FOX, but the appeal of keeping control of his show and his audience was too much of a pull as he went to the Atlanta based cable network.

His new TV show will air Mondays through Thursdays at 11 p.m.

Comments

Aiden R. said…
I am freakin' PSYCHED for this! The best part is gonna be all the TBS show clips they'll have access to a la the Walker Texas Ranger lever. And honestly, who gives a shit about George Lopez? That guy sucks.
CastorTroy said…
That's awesome :) I don't really care where he goes as TBS is still basic cable so I'm happy to see him back on the saddle
Fitz said…
Apparently Lopez was crucial in getting O'Brien to TBS. And his work with the Reno 911 guys isn't bad.
I am also surprised that he didn't end up with FOX, but at least he's back on TV!

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