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NBC Sets Feb. 9 End Date for 'The Jay Leno Show'

by Andrew Scott, posted Jan 26th 2010 11:45AM
The Jay Leno ShowAfter a tumultuous battle with NBC, Jay Leno is officially going off the air -- well, at least for now.

Variety reports that NBC has set an end date for 'The Jay Leno Show,' Leno's unsuccessful prime-time variety hour, which will bid aideu Feb. 9 at 10PM. For the remainder of the week, the network will fill its 10PM timeslot with reruns of 'Law & Order: SVU' and 'The Office,' before the Winter Olympics kick off Fri., Feb .11.

Among Leno's final guests will be Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts, who will appear during Leno's '10@10' segment (more on that here).The Jay Leno ShowAfter a tumultuous battle with NBC, Jay Leno is officially going off the air -- well, at least for now.

Variety reports that NBC has set an end date for 'The Jay Leno Show,' Leno's unsuccessful prime-time variety hour, which will bid aideu Feb. 9 at 10PM. For the remainder of the week, the network will fill its 10PM timeslot with reruns of 'Law & Order: SVU' and 'The Office,' before the Winter Olympics kick off Fri., Feb .11.

Among Leno's final guests will be Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts, who will appear during Leno's '10@10' segment (more on that here).

As we previously reported, Leno is set to retun to 'The Tonight Show' on Mar. 1, following Conan O'Brien's departure last Friday. Leno will also appear on an upcoming episode of 'Oprah' and as the host of this year's White House Correspondents Dinner.

In the meantime, NBC will continue to air repeat episodes of 'The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien' until the Olympics begin.

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