Conan O’Brien to Get The Paley Center Treatment Ahead of New Max Series

With his long awaited Max series set to premiere in April, Conan O’Brien is making a return trip to The Paley Center.

The Paley Center announced on Wednesday that O’Brien will take part in a special event titled “Globetrotting and Podcasting: Conan O’Brien’s Life After Late-Night TV.”

The New York City event will feature an exclusive screening of an episode from his new series ahead of its April 18 premiere, followed by a conversation with O’Brien himself.

O’Brien ended his 28-year career in late-night in June 2021. He’s since been mostly focused on podcasting. In 2022, Sirius XM bought his podcast network for $150 million and signed O’Brien himself to a five-year contract. His flagship podcast Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend is said to command upwards of 9 million downloads a month.

Each episode of his new Max series, titled Conan O’Brien Must Go, will see the former late-night host travel to a different foreign country visiting fans he’s met through his podcast. The show’s four-episode first season takes him to Norway, Thailand, Argentina, and Ireland.

“Globetrotting and Podcasting: Conan O’Brien’s Life After Late-Night TV” will be held The Paley Center in New York on Thursday, April llth. Tickets can be purchased on The Paley Center website.

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