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Jimmy Kimmel Gets Two-Year Contract Extension For 'Live'

As NBC and CBS go through tweaks to its late night lineup, ABC is solidifying its offering by locking up Jimmy Kimmel for at least another two years.

The network has signed Kimmel to a contract extension which will keep him as host of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' until January 2017.

Although trailing Jimmy Fallon's 'Tonight Show', Kimmel, in his first year in the show's 11:35 PM timeslot, is pulling in more viewers than David Letterman's 'Late Night'.

Stephen Colbert will take over for Letterman sometime in 2015 while CBS is still searching for a replacement for 'Late Late Show' host Craig Ferguson, who announced his plans to leave CBS earlier a couple of weeks ago.

May 7, 2014 |

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