David Letterman is retiring from retirement.
The former late-night host is returning to TV with a new talk show called My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman, debuting January 12 on Netflix.
With a title like that, Letterman will need to bring on some truly top-notch guests – and he delivers. The lineup includes Barack Obama, George Clooney, Malala Yousafzai, Tina Fey, Howard Stern, and Jay-Z.
Each episode will center around one particular person, and consist of in-depth interviews as well as field segments.
Unlike most Netflix shows, My Next Guest won’t drop all at once. Only the first episode, which focuses on Obama, will arrive this month.
Subsequent episodes will be released once a month from February through June, adding up to a total of six 60-minute episodes.
Idris Elba To Star In Hunchback Of Notre Dame Movie For Netflix
The Avengers: Infinity War actor will star, direct and produce the movie for the streaming service, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Based on a script by Michael Mitnick, the film is being described as sonic and musical experience and will feature an original score.
Victor Hugos classic French novel has seen many screen adaptations, but none more popular than Disneys 1996 animated film. A darker entry in the Disney canon, the film introduced the story of Quasimodo, a hunchbacked bell-ringer, who falls in love with the gypsy Esmeralda to a whole new generation.
Elba has struck gold with Netflix before, earning critical acclaim and a Golden Globe nomination for his role in Beasts of No Nation. Hes also set to star and executive produce the upcoming comedy Turn Up Charlie about a struggling DJ.
The Lutheractor has stepped behind the camera before, making his feature directorial debut earlier this year with Yardie, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
And while he has received more attention for his filmmaking, Elba is also a rapper and DJ, most recently making an appearance on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis album This Unruly Mess Ive Made.
Classic true-crime series ‘The Staircase’ revived by Netflix
Netflix is reviving the controversy around the death of Kathleen Peterson in 2001 with a new documentary series that expands on one of the first and most popular true-crime series to hit television: The Staircase.
Coming to Netflix June 8, The Staircase will take a look at the death of Kathleen, which her husband Michael claimed happened because she fell down the staircase. Michael was convicted of murdering Kathleen in 2003 despite his claim of innocence and the documentary series chronically the whole ordeal followed soon after in 2004 — and lots of legal happenings have taken place since then.
Netflix’s expansion on The Staircase will take a look at more information from the past as well as new developments in the grisly story when it hits the service June 8.
Howard Stern talks about that time Donald Trump called Ivanka ‘a 10’
Slow clap for Netflix who knows exactly what we want to hear: In a clip to promote the upcoming Howard Stern episode of David Letterman’s talk show on the streaming network, Stern relays the time Trump called his own daughter Ivanka “a 10.”
In the above clip, Stern relays the story of when he and Trump, a frequent guest on his show back in the day, were doing the ol’ “1 to 10 scale” of rating a woman’s attractiveness, and Trump insisted Ivanka was more beautiful than even Angelina Jolie.
We’ll find out what else Stern has up his sleeve about our president when the full episode hits Netflix on May 31.
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