No one will even come close to filling the hole David Letterman is leaving in late night television. However, CBS will now be tasked with finding his successor. In order to help alleviate some of that stress, we at The Verge, have some suggestions for hosts and shows: 'Dropping the Ball with Steve Ballmer,' 'The Jeff Bezos Variety Hour,' 'Chris Ziegler: Car and Pizza Talk Live from Chicago,' 'Shane Says with Michael Shane,' 'Third Eye Blind Live,' and 'Four Hours of Ross Miller Dancing.'
Story of the day:
- David Letterman will retire from 'Late Show' in 2015
- Stephen Colbert Is CBS' Top Choice to Succeed Letterman, and He's Into It (Mashable)
- CBS Approached John Oliver for Late Night Show as Major Shuffle Looms (The Hollywood Reporter)
Hosted by Michael Shane. Written by Ross Miller and Nathan Cykiert. Video Production by John Lagomarsino.