Out with David Letterman, Jon Stewart, Craig Ferguson, and Stephen Colbert.
In with Trevor Noah, James Corden, Larry Wilmore, and Stephen Colbert.
Her popularity peaked in the 1950s, but in the early 70s, Shore took on daytime television, hosting two, talk shows." The early morning, half-hour program featured celebrity guests who would engage with Shore in an activity.
For example, when Ginger Rogers appeared, she didn't dance. Merv Griffin and Mike Douglas, both of whom had well-established shows.
It does not, however, include John Mc Enroe, Magic Johnson, or Tony Danza; make no mistake, that was a conscious decision. For over 30 years, Howard Stern’s calling and gift has been getting his guests, many wildly famous, to talk freely about all the things they’d rather not talk about.