After the great late night wars of 2010, it looks like Conan O'Brien has made himself at home at TBS - and the feeling's mutual.
The network, which is owned by the same parent company as CNN, announced Wednesday that they're extending "Conan" for another two years, meaning we'll have O'Brien's particular brand of humor on at 11 p.m. through April, 2014.
The late night host is "excited" to be sticking with TBS, saying in a statement from the network, "This means I'll be taping episodes of 'Conan' well into the Ron Paul presidency."
The statement adds that "Conan" has recently seen three consecutive months of audience growth, and has been well-received by the lucrative demographic of young adults.
Conan is great at his craft and hopefully he continues this one of success with TBS. The man with Harvard knows how to entertain people.
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@tawny: u think u funny? naw u just another liberal-thinking dumba$$.
he is soo yesterday, who watches that sorry show?
Apparently you don't.
The ron paul presidency? Oh yea he's a comedian. Is he related to donald trump? Its the hair I suppose.
Gingers have no soul
Im first. so i can be the internet h0e of the night
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