Conan O'Brien is hanging up his traditional talk show spurs on Thursday, closing out an 11-year run on TBS that was born from the ashes of his NBC exodus. It also closes O'Brien's 28 years in late night, paving the wave for his streaming debut on HBO Max and the growth of his podcast offerings.
"I'm thrilled that I get to continue doing whatever the hell it is I do on HBO Max," O'Brien joked about the move to streaming. "And I look forward to a free subscription."
But for Thursday, O'Brien is still a talk show host and you can tune in to see the surprises and more. The final episode returns to the hour-long format that the show started with and is sure to feature plenty of special guests alongside announced guest Jack Black.
To tune in live, jump to TBS tonight at 10 pm ET. But if you are a cord cutter or just need an alternative way to see the show, you have options. Six major streaming providers offer Live TV streaming, with four offering TBS and free trials. Hulu is your top offering, offering a 7-day free trial of the service. Close behind is Sling, offering a $35 subscription price for TBS and other channels. You can also get $25 dollars off according to The Streamable.
Also available is AT&T TV and YouTubeTV, at $69.99 and $64.99 respectively. These don't have any free options, though, so you could be caught paying. You can also be patient and catch the entire episode and all the other episodes on the Team Coco website.
As noted, Jack Black is the announced final guest and closes out a week of special episodes with favorite guests from over the years. This includes Bill Hader, Martin Short and SNL alum Dana Carvey. Possible appearances could be Will Ferrell, Tom Hanks, Timothy Olyphant or many others.
And if you're looking for more Conan content, Conan Without Borders is streaming on HBO Max currently and will continue to premiere on TBS after the daily Conan talk show closes out tonight.
How to Watch Conan Series Finale
When: Thursday, June 24 at 10 pm ET
Streaming HuluTV, Sling, YouTubeTV, AT&T TV