The Tomorrow Show (1973)

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The Tomorrow Show (1973)

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The Tomorrow Show hosted by Tom Snyder was a late-night talk show that followed The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Tomorrow aired Mondays through Thursdays (or, to be more exact, early morning Tuesdays through Fridays). Tomorrow started as a 60-minute series, sometimes known as The Tomorrow Show or Tomorrow starring Tom Snyder. Produced by Rudy Tellez, the show won two EMMY's for its host Tom Snyder in 1974 and 1975. The program expanded to 90 minutes in September 1980. A month later, Rona Barrett joined the series. She eventually became the West Coast co-host and the series was re-titled Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast. Rona Barrett stayed with the show through Spring 1981. In February 1982, NBC replaced Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast with Late Night with David Letterman.

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    Tom Snyder dies at age 71

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