The long-winded title for the new 60-minute show is "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman".
Netflix made the announcement on Twitter, while mentioning a lineup of influential guests for the show's first six episodes, including rap superstar Jay-Z, Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai, and Hollywood actors like George Clooney and Tina Fey.
L'addiction aux jeux vidéo bientôt reconnue comme une maladie mentale par l'OMS
L'addiction aux jeux vidéos peut se traiter par le suivi d'une psychothérapie comportementale , par des séances d'hypnose . Pour l'Organisation mondiale de la santé ces jeux seraient susceptibles de provoquer une dépendance réelle.
The next five episodes will then be released monthly.
David Letterman is back, and he's keeping his giant Santa Claus beard.
Former President Barack Obama will be Letterman's inaugural guest, and you couldn't ask for a bigger name to debut the series. He ended a storied 33-year run in late-night TV that began with his 1982-1993 residency on NBC's "Late Night". So we weren't surprised to learn last summer that David Letterman was putting together an original series for Netflix.
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The series will be produced by RadicalMedia (The Fog Of War) and Letterman's own Worldwide Pants studio.
In addition to these in-depth sit downs, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction will also feature field segments in which Letterman travels to both local and foreign locations.
Obama is just the beginning for the Netflix-Letterman collaboration.
Massive winter storm threatens New York with snow and flooding
With the cold air factored in, temperatures will be between -30 C and -40 C later this week and into the weekend. The high winds generated by the storm could cause widespread power outages to go along with blizzard conditions.