Eric Deggans. Not many people can say they got pushed out of a job twice while at the top of their game. By most measures, he should be one of the Peacock Network's most powerful stars; for 22 years — with one small break — he's hosted the highest-rated late-night show on television. Jay Leno Show that felt mostly like a watered-down version of his old p.
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In between his two stints, he was the host of his own self-titled show entitled The Jay Leno Show. Despite the fact that he was able to successfully throw a knife into Tom Brady's neck, Brady survived. Leno provided his own voice in this appearance. Dave Coulier was his other guest.
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Jay Leno on leaving "The Tonight Show"
Anyone in the news business will tell you that a side benefit is the diverse number of people one gets to meet. Jay Leno, who leaves "The Tonight Show" on Feb 6 after a year run retire is not the right word in his case , is one such person. The circumstances surrounding our first meeting involved a column I wrote 15 years ago in support of his wife's activism on behalf of Afghan women. Jay and Mavis Leno invited my wife and me for a visit. Things progressed from there.
The program was modeled upon the format of a late night talk show —specifically, Jay Leno's incarnation of The Tonight Show , opening with a comedic monologue , followed by interviews with celebrity guests and other comedy segments. The Jay Leno Show was also intended to provide NBC with an alternative to the high-cost scripted dramas aired by competing networks in its time slot; the network believed that the lower cost of production, in combination with product placement deals, meant that the program did not necessarily have to be highly viewed in order to turn a profit. NBC hoped to attract Leno's existing fans, as well as a larger primetime audience than that of his late-night program. The Jay Leno Show was met with mixed reception from critics, who felt that the series had little differentiation from Leno's Tonight Show. Others were critical of NBC's decision to give up an hour of its weeknight lineup to Leno, due to the network's past success with dramas airing in the time slot, while one NBC affiliate WHDH in Boston owned by Sunbeam Television , now independent notably planned not to air the show at all, although this decision was retracted due to complaints by the network.