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Conan O'Brien Moves to TBS, Teaser Released

April 13, 2010 (3:14 am) GMT
'I'm with Coco, Coco is with TBS' teaser is released on top of the announcement that the comedian will debut a talk show on the basic cable this November.

's destination is found. Less than three months after he wrapped up his "Tonight Show" on NBC, the host announced that he's moving to basic cable instead of major network. O'Brien has struck a deal to have a talk show airing on TBS this November, two months after his contract with NBC not to appear in television expires.

"In three months I've gone from network television to Twitter to performing live in theaters, and now I'm headed to basic cable," O'Brien said in a statement. "My plan is working perfectly." He added on his Twitter, "The good news: I will be doing a show on TBS starting in November! The bad news: I'll be playing Rudy on the all new Cosby Show."

Produced in Los Angeles, the talk show is yet to have a name but it's scheduled to be a one-hour show that starts at 11/10c. O'Brien's show will lead to "" which is now occupying the timeslot. "I can't think of anything better than doing my show with Conan as my lead-in. It's the beginning of a new era in late-night comedy," said in a statement released by TBS.

TBS has even released a short teaser of the anticipated show, using O'Brien's comedy tour poster.

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