Conan O’Brien Thrilled to Make Comeback on ‘Tonight Show’ Following Departure

Conan O’Brien Returns to “The Tonight Show” After 14 Years

Conan O’Brien is gearing up for his return to “The Tonight Show” after a messy exit 14 years ago. In an exclusive interview with TMZ, Conan expressed his excitement and reassured fans that there is no bad blood between him and the show. He shared his anticipation for hitting the stage again and looked forward to the late-night comeback.

The comedian was spotted outside the Whitby Hotel in NYC on his way to film his appearance at 30 Rock. Conan expressed his positive feelings about returning to the show and reflected on his time there, mentioning that he has fond memories despite being fired by NBC in 2010.

Conan described “The Tonight Show” as a significant part of his life and expressed his admiration for Jimmy Fallon. He mentioned that he was looking forward to the guest spot where he would promote his new travelogue series.

When asked about seizing the opportunity to return to the show, Conan enthusiastically responded that he needed the work. In 2009, Conan left his longtime ‘Late Night’ gig to host “The Tonight Show” on NBC. However, he was let go after only 7 months, paving the way for Jay Leno’s return in 2010. Following his departure, Conan launched a new late-night show on TBS, which ran for 11 seasons.

With Jimmy Fallon taking over “The Tonight Show” in 2014, Conan’s return is seen as a significant event, especially considering the circumstances of his previous exit from the show. Despite the past challenges, Conan appeared optimistic and even shared his thoughts on the current late-night hosts.

Conan expressed his belief in the talent of the current late-night hosts and their ability to adapt to changes in the industry. He remained upbeat about the future of late-night talk shows, suggesting that they would all continue to succeed no matter what.

In conclusion, Conan’s return to “The Tonight Show” is highly anticipated, and fans are eager to watch the show. Stay tuned for more updates on Conan O’Brien’s late-night comeback.