NEW YORK (CBS) — After 33 years in late night television, 6,028 broadcasts, nearly 20,000 total guest appearances, 16 Emmy Awards and more than 4,600 career Top Ten Lists, David Letterman says goodbye to late night television audiences with the final three broadcasts beginning Monday of the “Late Show with David Letterman.”Chargers To Open Season Against Washington, Rams Hosting Bears On SNF
Academy Award winner Tom Hanks, who first appeared with Letterman on “Late Night” April 4, 1984, will make his 60th total appearance with the host on Monday.
Also that night, rock superstar Eddie Vedder will make a special music performance backed by Paul Shaffer and the CBS Orchestra.READ MORE: Los Alamitos School Board Approves Controversial Social Justice Standards, Ethnic Studies Curriculum
And it’s no surprise that Letterman’s first guest on both “Late Night” and the “Late Show,” Bill Murray will make his 44th overall and final appearance with Letterman on Tuesday.
These two shows all lead up to Letterman’s final “Late Show” broadcast Wednesday, which will be an hour filled with surprises, memorable highlights, the show’s final Top Ten List and more.MORE NEWS: Rep. Liz Cheney Ousted From GOP Leadership Role
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