How many episodes of the Late Show has David Letterman hosted?
David Letterman has hosted
shows: 1,810 episodes of
Late Night with David Letterman,
4,214 episode of the Late Show, and
4 prime-time specials
Last night, CBS aired its final episode of The Late Show with David Letterman. To the surprise of no one, Late Show's final broadcast outperformed all other late-night broadcasts. Letterman and company recieved the show's highest local rating since December of 2005.
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by the Numbers:
345,806: Number of followers that Letterman has on Twitter.
227,298: Number of subscribers that The Late Show has on YouTube.
19,932: Guests have appeared on the show.
1,135: Weeks that the “Late Show” has run.
136: Guest appearances by Regis Philbin, who holds the record. Jack Hanna is a close second.
126: Number of Stupid Pet Tricks segments.
112: Number of times that the show has been nominated for an Emmy.
89: Number of "Stupid Human Tricks" segments.
33: Number of years that Letterman has been on air.
22: Years that Late Show has been on CBS.
16: Number of times that Late Show has won an Emmy award.
16: Number of years that Letterman's "fued" with Oprah Winfrey transpired.
11: Different cities have served as the fictional "Top Ten" home office, with Nebraska the leading state with three cities. Indianapolis, surprisingly is not one.
4.39: What Letterman ranked in the coveted 18-49 demographic during his first season, along with 7.8 million total viewers, according to Nielsen.
1: Bill Murray was the first guest on the premiere telecasts of both Late Night on Feb. 1, 1982, and Late Show on Aug. 30, 1993.
Additional sources: CBS