Carson Daly’s ‘Last Call’ Show Renewed for 10th Season

By Alex Johnston
Alex Johnston
Alex Johnston
August 20, 2010 Updated: October 1, 2015

Carson Daly, pictured hosting 'New Year's Eve with Carson Daly' in Times Square, had his show 'Last Call with Carson Daly' renewed for a 10th season. (Roger Kisby/Getty Images)
Carson Daly, pictured hosting 'New Year's Eve with Carson Daly' in Times Square, had his show 'Last Call with Carson Daly' renewed for a 10th season. (Roger Kisby/Getty Images)
“Last Call With Carson Daly” was renewed by NBC and will run for another season, according to Variety.

The late-night talk show, entering its 10th season, started after Daly came to NBC from MTV, where he hosted the highly-popular “TRL” video request show. Daly has also been the perennial host of “NBC's New Year's Eve With Carson Daly.”

"I really feel that 'Last Call' has hit its stride,” Daly told Variety. “It took 10 years, but it feels brand new and great.”

The show airs on weeknights, and features celebrity interviews, music performances, as well as documentary-style coverage of various topics. The show averages 971,000 viewers per night.

"'Last Call' has been a trend-setter in latenight since it began but particularly in its most recent two seasons,” Rick Ludwin, NBC's executive in charge of late-night programming, told Variety.