The former VJ expounds on Britney, Kid Rock, and more.
It'll be Last Call's thirteenth season.
Cue up these bonkers GIFs whenever you want to feel like people are rooting for you.
We warn you, this is worse than what you're imagining.
"I love music, but I’m like, 'Why am I fighting for Kings of Leon when they come to L.A.?' They’re going to do Jimmy Kimmel, they’re not going to do me."
"Glenn Danzig was there, and Lionel Richie, and Natalie Merchant."
Plus: We learned which reality-TV format will be used for divine judgment during this weekend's forecasted apocalypse, on our regular late-night roundup.
It just got an eleventh year!
He's ten seasons deep now.
'Last Call' hired away Stewart Bailey, from 'The Daily Show.'
"Having a show at 1:30 is not much different than not having a show at all."
All this meta commentary is getting to be too much.
What does this mean for Dave? Will NBC keep Carson Daly?
Carson Daly will presumably air in split screen with infomercials at some point after that.
Where will all the Backstreet Boys fans converge now?
He's only a tenth of a point behind Kimmel!
It depends on how willing he is to work on the cheap.
So, what happened on 'Conan' last night? How did Letterman respond?
Leno will remain with NBC on his own nightly 10 p.m. talk show when he cedes his 11:30 slot and the 'Tonight Show' to O'Brien next summer.
This morning, Carson Daly teaches us a very important lesson about life: It's not fair.
With the increasing likelihood that the writers' strike will last forever, the late-night hosts may be secretly plotting their return.
So might Carson Daly's brave decision to return to the air this week actually be hurting the networks — and therefore helping the picketing writers? Sure looks like it!
In a move that certainly hasn't won him many friends, Carson Daly returned to air last night, his Last Call the first late-night talk show to come back after writers' strike began on November 5.
"Carson Daly Almost Ran Me Over at NBC," screams the headline of a Saturday post over at Deadline Hollywood Daily. But did Daly actually try to hit someone with his SUV? Probably not.
Yesterday, it was announced that strapping television personality Carson Daly will defy the ongoing writers' strike and resume production this week on his late-night talk show Last Call, currently one of NBC's highest-rated programs among viewers who frequently forget to turn off the TV before going to bed.