Late night talk show host Conan O’Brien has bid goodbye to the Conan’s show after 28 years.
The actor and comedian’s next venture is a weekly variety series for HBO Max, set to arrive in 2022 in an unannounced format.
He also has several multimedia projects going under his Team Coco banner, including podcasts (Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend, Literally with Rob Lowe), stand-up specials from other comics, merchandising and more.
The final episode on Thursday, June 24, was a trip down memory lane. It featured special appearances from Jack Black, Will Ferrell and even Homer Simpson.
During his final opening speech, O’Brien admitted that it was hard for him to accept the fact that the show has come to an end. “It’s hard to believe, it’s hard to say, it’s our final show on TBS,” he said looking at the live audience.
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