Seth Meyers takes over 'Late Night,' Fallon on 'Tonight,' and a look back at late night TV in NYC
The return of "The Tonight Show" to New York, starring Jimmy Fallon, as well as Seth Meyers’ new era on “Late Night," are milestones in NYC's illustrious late-night TV history.
We spoke to Meyers about his excitement (and worries) about his new gig, plus dug through the past ups and downs of late night in NYC.
Check out the Meyers Q&A -- plus photos, video clips and more below.
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We picked his brain about his new show. Here are 10 things to know. More »
See who's visiting Seth Meyers during his first week as 'Late Show' host. More »
David, Conan or Jimmy? More »
The legacy of the 'Late Night' franchise is one of strangeness. More »
New York’s major role in fostering late night's evolution continues to grow. More »
“He is the guiding vision of late night television." More »
It's really too soon to pass judgment, but we're going to do it anyway. More »
Six comedians have held the reins of "The Tonight Show." More »
A few fun clips from Carson's 30 years of hosting the show. (YouTube/Johnny Carson) More »