After a long period of late-night firing, retiring, and hiring, it’s time to quantify the monologues and interviews, and crown the all-time kings (and a few queens) of talk.
Our ranking includes some hosts who are entirely fictional, others who’ve expanded the job’s original boundaries through podcasting and satellite radio, and those who turned daytime TV into must-see entertainment.
At the same time, not everyone we date in our mid-20s is our “soulmate,” and many of us still have our fair share of rebound relationships, one-night stands and other non-serious affairs.
But in general, the mid-to-late 20s shows a dating shift: We're closer to finding “the one,” and anyone we take seriously will, for lack of a better word, be taken seriously.
Old talk show hosts worked hard to become the best that they can be, and newer names among TV talk show hosts are breaking new ground today.
According to the most recent statistics I could find (January 2016), 43pc of all households with TV sets have Saorview, though roughly two-thirds of them have supplemented it with a different free-to-air box, providing them with non-Irish channels.Talk show fans might also enjoy what 90s talk show hosts look like now and these hilarious tattoos of TV show hosts.There are thousands of men working as talk show hosts on shows throughout the world, but this list highlights only the most notable ones.Out with David Letterman, Jon Stewart, Craig Ferguson, and Stephen Colbert.In with Trevor Noah, James Corden, Larry Wilmore, and Stephen Colbert.