Will Leno Flee NBC Too?


This is probably just the first example of pro-Leno propaganda surfacing after NBC's mistreatment of Conan O'Brien, but PopEater is reporting that the denim deity is getting cold feet about the network, considering what they did to his Tonight Show successor. Says the report, "How can he possibly trust the same network that canceled Conan after only seven months?" [PopEater]


  • Furious D says:

    How could anyone not trust the wisdom of NBC's management?

  • Matthew says:

    Erm, maybe because they didn't WANT to cancel Conan, you forced him out?

  • Steve says:

    I say send Leno to Fox where he will fit in with that conservative bunch quite nicely. Leave Conan where he is.

  • Boricuaintexas says:

    Fake controversy. I smell a rat.

  • SE says:

    Conan belongs off the air anyway. For 17 years he shouldn't have been on regardless.
    Off he goes, happy we go.
    Leno rules. So, Leno can leave, come back on CBS on 2012, and then the world will not end.
    Conan's entire 17 years doesn't add up to one hour of Leno's show.
    Conan is the most untalented, unfunny, boring, self-conscience talk show host every. Arsenio was better than him. Way way better.
    Finally, Conan will be off the air once and for all. He can to the red-neck network.
    Bye Conan. For good, this time.

  • OldTowneTavern says:

    Lisa Kudrow? I'm shocked! I was sure you two had parted on good terms.

  • Joe says:

    I'm With Coco!
    Old people suck and there time for the network catering to them has passed.
    Keep Conan!
    SE, I believe you are probably the redneck, Leno has been used up for a long time...

  • Pam says:

    Unless NBC felt that O'Brien was failing on the Tonight Show and wanted him out (and they should have just fired him then instead of playing these games), Leno should probably bow out of NBC. Fact is, his new show didn't work the way they wished. And there is no going back now to accomodate him without upending a tradition (unless they don't care about traditions.)
    I always watched Jay and loved his show and thought moving Conan in was a mistake.... However, I don't work for NBC so my input will not be requested. What's done is done.