Conan will end on June 24, 2021.
This comes more than ten years after the former host of Tonight’s show launched his eponymous show on TBS.
The show’s final weeks will feature special guest lineup and the finale will be an hour-long finale that looks back on his long late-night career.
O’Brien has featured over 1,400 episodes of the show, which premiered after the comedian’s acrimonious departure from the NBC show.
Conan, which was revamped to a half-hour format in 2019, had already been renewed until 2022. Conan Without Borders travel specials featuring O’Brien traveling to other countries will continue to air on TBS. Conan, which airs Monday through Thursday at 11 p.m., is produced by Conaco and performed by Jeff Ross.
Starting in June, he will focus on developing a weekly variety show for HBO Max under his new contract with WarnerMedia.
Team Coco will produce HBO’s new weekly Max show, and the company is already in business with the streamer, creating a series of special shows featuring comedians like Chris Redd and Moses Storm.