The long-running late-night talker has its own last call.
February 12, 2019
After 17 years on the air, Last Call with Carson Daly will be ending its run, as longtime host Carson Daly is leaving the late-night series to focus on his expanding list of other endeavors.
The veteran talk show premiered in 2002, and has had an impressively-long run that has endured numerous changes and shuffling among other big-name late-night shows that aired before it in earlier time slots. Nevertheless the show continued on, itself experiencing format changes along the way, and will have produced 2000 episodes by the time it signs off for good.
Daly will now be more free to devote his time to being the host of the Orange Room on Today, as well as his producer and host roles on The Voice, and upcoming projects with The Golf Channel.
No date has been set for Daly's departure, though it will be by the end of the current season. Word is NBC is planning to continue with another late-night show in the same 1:30am time slot, though no formal announcement has been made on that front.
Yes, Last Call is wrapping up! I’m forever grateful & proud to all who have worked w us over the years. So many have gone on to incredible success. I owe our EP Stewart Bailey & team a bottle of something expensive. They masterfully keep this train on the track for many years.— Carson Daly (@CarsonDaly) February 12, 2019
But Actually: James Corden films in LA. LA is in California. California is part of the United States. All people who work (and get payed) in the United States are under Tax and other federal laws. USA Federal laws are signed by president of USA. Therefore USA president is president of all people who work in USA. Also First Amendment don't care it still allows freedom of speech.
Anyway...my point is that yes, Carson Daly still has a show and I'm sad to see it end since he's the only one who doesn't have an agenda.