VIDEO: Bill Clinton Tells CONAN: Dictators Try to Abolish Line Between Fact & Fiction
President Bill Clinton visited CONAN O'Brien during his week of shows from New York's Apollo Theater and talked about how much has changed in the country since he was elected POTUS and O'Brien was named host of NBC's Late Night. Check out the appearance below!
About CONAN: CONAN airs Monday-Thursday at 11 p.m. (ET/PT) on Turner's TBS, and is produced by Conaco LLC, with Jeff Ross serving as executive producer. Since premiering in November 2010, the show has been a hit with young adults, consistently delivering the youngest audience of any late-night series. The series has proven to be a phenomenal success in the digital arena, chalking up a total of 3.4 billion video views. On the social media front, O'Brien has drawn well over 23 million followers on Twitter, making him one of the most-followed hosts in late night. Among the show's other successes in digital arena, Team Coco and TBS earned an Emmy(R) for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media.
Over the past years, CONAN has scored headlines and audience growth with its CONAN Without Borders specials and episodes, which follow the host on excursions to destinations both domestic and foreign.