It's the end of an era.
The very last guest on the show will be actor and comedian Jack Black.
O'Brien, 58, will say farewell with an hour-long finale on June 24. The final show will air on TBS at 10 p.m. ET, an hour earlier than its usually time slot.
The comedian has not announced any plans to launch a new talk show in the near future.
Conan has recently shifted his focus on an upcoming series for HBO Max, and has been also working on growing his production company and expanding his podcast career.
For the first time in over a year, "Conan" will also welcome back a live studio audience to help commemorate his departure. The show will film at The Largo at the Coronet Theater in Los Angeles, where the late-night show moved to last year.
“Following all LA County Covid Guidelines, attendees will need to be fully vaccinated on the day of attendance and show proof of vaccination,” the show said. “At this time, masks will be required.”
For 28 years, O’Brien has hosted a late-night talk show. From 1993 to 2009, he hosted "Late Night with Conan O'Brien." He followed it up with a brief stint in 2009 as the host of "The Tonight Show," before starting "Conan" in 2010 on TBS.
O’Brien has been the face of “Conan” for over 1,400 episodes.
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