TV Series created by Sylvester L. Weaver Jr.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Jay Leno is due to depart his seat as anchor of 'The Tonight Show' after the coverage of the Winter Olympics in February 2014. Jimmy Fallon will then move away from his 'Late Night' slot to the earlier slot. Lorne Michaels will executive produce the show which will air from New York's 30 Rockefeller Plaza.
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Jay Leno follows in the footsteps of legendary NBC late-night hosts Steve Allen, Jack Paar and Johnny Carson. Leno has created his own unique late-night style with a combination of humor, talk and entertainment each night at 11:35 p.m. ET - the wee hours when viewers want to wind down with a few laughs before drifting off to dreamland.
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
In 1962, Johnny Carson became the host of The Tonight Show.
When Johnny started, the show was originating from New York and was taped on the same evening that it aired. Johnny was on all five nights and began his monologue when the show began at 11:15 pm. On his first show, Carson was introduced by Groucho Marx; Johnny's first words, reacting to applause as he walked onstage for the first time: "Boy, you would think it was Vice President Nixon."
Johnny's final telecast on May 22 1992 was a national event. A quiet reminiscence about the show's golden moments over the past 30 years.
A daily live broadcast provides current domestic and international news, weather reports and interviews with newsmakers from the worlds of politics, business, media, entertainment and sports.