CBS’ two big late-night stars are going to stick around.
“Late Show” host David Letterman and “Late Late Show” host Craig Ferguson have reached deals to remain with the network through 2014.
Letterman’s renewal means that he will reach his 32nd year behind the desk, surpassing the 30-year reign of his hero, Johnny Carson.
He began with NBC’s “Late Night” in 1982, famously leaving for CBS in 1993.
Meanwhile, Los Angeles-based Ferguson will be moving to a larger stage at CBS’ Television City.
The Scottish-American comedian has hosted “Late Late Show” since 2005, building solid ratings and earning a Peabody Award in the process.