06 January, 2018
Netflix has provided its first glimpse at David Letterman's forthcoming talk show titled My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.
The in-studio and outside of the studio interview series is set to be "intimate, in-depth, and far reaching", but it will be mixed in with the humor that fans have come to expect from Letterman.
"My Next Guest Needs No Introduction" marks Letterman's return to the hosting seat following his long run hosting "The Late Show,".
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Called My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman, the six-episode series will also feature interviews with actor George Clooney, rapper Jay-Z, radio shock jock Howard Stern, comedian Tina Fey and Pakistani education activist and Nobel Peace Prize victor Malala Yousafzai, the streaming service said.
Subsequent episodes will be released once a month from February through June, adding up to a total of six 60-minute episodes.
Netflix announced the Letterman series in August.
This screengrab shows a preview of David Letterman (R)'s interview with former U.S. president Barack Obama which will be shown on Netflix. It will also be Letterman's first televised interview after retiring as host of the CBS' The Late Show in 2015. Obama visited the late-night staple eight times while Letterman was the host - three times while he was president, according to The Hill.