Talk shows are programs where famous people are hosted to discuss and be interviewed on various topics.
Among the most famous American talk show hosts are: Conan O'Brien, Alan DeGeneres, Oprah Winfrey, David Letterman, Ricky Lake, Jay Leno, Ed Sullivan, John Stewart, Jerry Springer, Howard Stern, Jimmy Kimmel, Larry King, And Johnny Carson. and more.
TV talk shows have started from the early days of television. The first talk show was presented by Joe Franklin, an American radio and television man, in 1951.
The date of the Talk shows host day was set on the birthday of Johnny Carson (born October 23, 1925 and died on January 23, 2005), one of the greatest hosts on US television who began his career in 1962 on the Tonight Show and retired after 42 years. Carson was a groundbreaking TV host, attracted millions of viewers across the US and brought to the screen the biggest interviews.
How to celebrate the day of the talk shows? You can indulge in the TV with a snack or you can take the initiative and play on your own show, as Cosmo Kramer did in the Seinfeld series when he found in the trash an old backdrop from Merv Griffin's guest program and filmed his own talk show in the episode: "Merv Griffin Host," Season 9, Episode 162.