No doubt that the Late Show of David Letterman has been loved by the audiences of all types. The final episode is the proof of the love the audiences possess for their favourite host.
Presidents and Hollywood stars weren’t the only ones who wanted to say goodbye to David Letterman, as the renowned talk host’s final episode Wednesday attracted the Late Show‘s biggest audience in more than 20 years.
Letterman’s CBS talk show drew 13.8 million viewers Wednesday, its largest audience since a post-Winter Olympics show on Feb. 25, 1994. It scored its biggest numbers in advertiser-coveted young adults since Dec. 1, 2005, when Oprah Winfrey made a long-awaited appearance. It topped all late-night talk shows for the evening in those categories, something Letterman’s show doesn’t regularly do.