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Seth Meyers Officially Lands NBC 'Late Night' Hosting Gig

Seth Meyers Officially Lands NBC 'Late Night' Hosting Gig

Seth Meyers is heading to late-night television!

According to THR, the 39-year-old actor and Saturday Night Live favorite will take over Jimmy Fallon‘s current gig as host of Late Night when he succeeds Jay Leno on The Tonight Show in February 2014, which was announced last month.

Lorne Michaels will act as executive producer of both shows.

NBC is expected to present their fall television line-up at the network’s upfront event tomorrow in New York City.

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6 Responses to “Seth Meyers Officially Lands NBC 'Late Night' Hosting Gig”

  1. 1
    Aludwick Says:

    Great cannot wait always enjoyed watching him

  2. 2
    Michelle Says:

    This is awesome. Can’t wait to watch.

  3. 3
    Mkhay Says:

    i love him. he’ll do great.

  4. 4
    Melissa Says:

    He is so funny. Is he moving to Hollywood? He loves Romantic Toys from AthenaToysDotcom

  5. 5
    quack quack quack Says:

    I will be going to be a lot earlier now or just watch craig ferguson, can’t stand to look at this guy, i switch him off during his dumb sat night live gig, IDK just don’t like him

  6. 6
    Sara Says:

    interesting… will definitely tune in.

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