After 21 years hosting CBS'Late Show,David Letterman will relinquishhis hosting duties in 2015, but to who? Here's a few funny people that could be right for the coveted desk job. Who do you think should take over Letterman'sLate Show?
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After 21 years hosting CBS' Late Show, David Letterman will relinquish his hosting duties in 2015, but to who? Here's a few funny people that could be right for the coveted desk job. Who do you think should take over Letterman's Late Show?
It will be hard to pull Jon Stewart away from The Daily Show desk, but is this funnyman willing to move to network TV? WATCH the host with Letterman.
Jerry Seinfeld is no stranger to television. Between his wildly popular sitcom, to his new webisode gaining a cult following, he's got the resume to take on this job. WATCH Letterman on Seinfeld's Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.
Ellen DeGeneres might be tied down to her daytime talk show, but if not, her dance party would be great in the evening hours. WATCH Ellen's Top 10.
Who wouldn't want to see Chris Rock do a monologue every night? Not only that, but seeing as the comedian is not attached to a TV show at the moment, there's less worry over him getting out of a previous contract. WATCH Rock on Late Show.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a bigger fan of Letterman than Jimmy Kimmel. He has said of the host, "He's not just the main reason I got into television, he's the main reason I got a television." WATCH Kimmel and Letterman's chat.
Conan O'Brien and David Letterman share similar stories when it comes to being burned by The Tonight Show, but Conan may not even be eligible for the Late Show hosting role. His contract with TBS isn't up until Nov. 2015. WATCH Conan's Late Show interview.
Craig Ferguson has been hosting The Late Late Show since Jan. 2005, which airs after the Late Show. Is Ferguson being groomed for Letterman's job? WATCH Ferguson and Letterman's chat.
Howard Stern was rumored to be up for Jimmy Fallon's Late Night job, but that went to Seth Meyers. Stern is a frequent guest of the Late Show, and has expressed that he's Team Letterman when it comes to the host's feud with Jay Leno. WATCH.
Louis C.K. wrote for Late Night with Conan O'Brien and devoted a few episodes of his FX show Louis to the idea that he was in line to take over Letterman's show. WATCH Louis on Letterman.