TBS Renews Conan Through April 2014

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Rejoice, members of Team Conan.

TBS has extended its deal with Conan O'Brien by two years, the network announced today, with its Head of Programming, Michael Wright, saying in a press release:

“We are proud to be in business with Conan O'Brien for the long run. Night after night, Conan and his team have put together terrific shows that draw a young and fiercely loyal audience. As if that weren't enough, they have also built a dynamic online presence that keeps fans engaged like no other show in late night.”

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Conan has enjoyed three straight months of audience growth. It's averaging 1.1 million viewers per night in 2012.

“I am excited to continue my run with TBS because they have been fantastic partners," Conan O'Brien said. "This means I’ll be taping episodes of Conan well into the Ron Paul presidency.”


Conan apeals to a very limited market!! He bascially is NOT FUNNY!! Even Letterman, is marginally better to watch!! The real talented funnyman is JAY LENO!! NBC forced Jay to retire to accomodate Conan O'Brien... Big Mistake!! Costly Mistake!! I'd watch Conan if he was FUNNY!! he is NOT!!!!!


Yes -Conehead ain't much to watch. Neither was Cavett. If it wasn't for 105 channels he wouldnt be on!


Conan O'Brien is like the "Dick Cavett" of the 21st Century. Marginally talented....barely hangs on. Just can't break into the big leagues of late night showmanship....he's obviously not the No. 1 draw for that kind of evening entertainment. But, oh well, he soldier's on...TBS extended him. Still I wouldn't clamor to watch him!

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