David Letterman is about to make fairly the return to TV — with a primary visitor of presidential proportions.
The longtime late-night host may have former President Barack Obama on the primary episode of his new Netflix interview present, “My Subsequent Visitor Wants No Introduction,” the streaming service introduced Friday.
It is going to mark Obama’s first TV look since he left workplace in January 2017.
The brand new collection launches on Jan. 12 and can characteristic hour-long episodes wherein Letterman hosts big-name stars.
Different high-profile figures slated to seem on the primary season embrace George Clooney, Tina Fey, JAY-Z, Howard Stern and Malala Yousafzai.
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The collection premiere comes 5 months after Netflix and Letterman unveiled plans for his or her new present in August.
Letterman, 70, retired in 2015 after internet hosting the “Late Present” on CBS for over 20 years, and spent 33 years total as a late-night host. He appeared on the Nationwide Geographic present “Years of Dwelling Dangerously” after his departure from the “Late Present.”
Letterman is one in all many big-name entertainers to offer content material for Netflix in recent times, becoming a member of an inventory that additionally contains Jerry Seinfeld, Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock and Kevin James.