David Letterman announces Obama, Clooney as guests on new Netflix show

David Letterman announces Obama, Clooney as guests on new Netflix show

David Letterman announces Obama, Clooney as guests on new Netflix show

President Barack Obama, Howard Stern, George Clooney, Tina Fey, and Malala Yousafzai are also slated to appear on the 60-minute monthly series.

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Netflix announced Friday that Letterman's return to television will begin streaming on January 12 with the 60-minute episode featuring Obama's first talk-show appearance since leaving office. Obama's appearance on the new show marks the former president's first television interview since leaving office previous year.

Time has apparently made the heart grow fonder as he prepares for his new show.

His return to television for Netflix was announced in August 2017, when the quick-witted host said that Pope Francis and President Donald Trump would be top of his wish-list for the series.

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The new show will consist of six hour-long episodes built around Letterman's star guests.

Letterman, 70, left his job as host of The Late Show in May 2015, saying he wanted to spend more time with his family after more than 30 years on late night television. "And that's what this is about for me". 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.

"You never know when you might learn something, and that's what this is about for me, " Letterman said in a teaser for the show.

In an interview with Prince Harry on BBC Radio 4's Today Programme that aired on December 27, former president Barack Obama talked about the dangers of social media and his last day as president.

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