Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, and (if he's only a particularly good political tear) Jimmy Kimmel. Carson Daly, though, despite the fact that he's probably been plugging away on his NBC series Last Call since 2002. Unfortunately, the reason we're talking about Last Call Daly has announced that he's bringing the surprisingly long-running show to end after 17 years .
According to Variety Last Call will have aired 2,000 episodes by the time it ends, though NBC has not yet announced a final date for the show or what will replace it in the all-important 1:30 AM weeknight time slot. (Hey, we have a theory on why Last Call does not generate more conversation.) Daly, meanwhile, wants to continue on Today and The Voice .
For those who somehow missed the entirety of Last Call Because they were sleeping, the show began its life as a traditional talk show, with Daly interviewing people on a set, but it became more low-key after Daly was passed over for Conan O'Brien's Late Night dropping his audience and band in favor of a documentary-style interview format. In 2013, the format changed again, with Daly just introducing interview segments that had already been conducted by producers. So he was not really doing much anyway.