The John Kerwin Show

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The John Kerwin Show
Kerwin Logo.jpg
Created by John Kerwin
Directed by Rudy Milanovich
Starring John Kerwin
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 13
No. of episodes 114
Production
Producer(s) John Kerwin
Location(s) Encino, California
Cinematography Lucie Aleks
Camera setup Rudy Milanovich
Release
Original network JLTV
Original release 2001 (2001) – present
External links
thejohnkerwinshow.com

The John Kerwin Show was an American monthly talk show filmed in Los Angeles, California which was broadcast nationwide on JLTV, and featured on YouTube.

History[edit]

The John Kerwin Show was a late-night talk show.

Beginning in 2001, the show has featured guests including Cloris Leachman, Bruce Dern, Robert Forster, and many others. .[1]

In August, 2007, Kerwin and former show producer Rob Baker met with NBC's head of late night and prime time programming Rick Ludwin to campaign for the position then to be vacated by Conan O'Brien in 2009 as he left NBC's "Late Night" to host The Tonight Show. The position was eventually given to Jimmy Fallon.[2]

In July, 2010, The John Kerwin Show began airing on JLTV nationwide.

Starting in 2015, John became a featured columnist for Tae Kwon Do Times, Stand Up Comedy Magazine and Puretimes Entertainment Magazine.

The John Kerwin Show ended in December 2016, when John Kerwin teamed up with Kristina Anapau to co-create The John Kerwin Kids' Show.

Notable episodes[edit]

For the show's 50th episode in January, 2006, Kerwin's guest was actor David Carradine, whose appearance turned out to be the actor's last late night talk show appearance before his death.[3][4] The appearance by Carradine and Kerwin's achievement earning a Black Belt in Taekwondo prompted Tae Kwon Do Times Magazine to feature Kerwin on the cover of its September 2015 issue.[5]

On December, 2006 host John Kerwin and the show received a special Commendation from Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on the occasion of the show's 6th anniversary on the air and 60th episode.[6][7]

For the May, 2008 episode featuring guests Ed Asner, Kevin Sorbo and Keaton Simons, a special monologue was prepared featuring comedy contributed by writers from each former Tonight Show host: Bill Dana (Steve Allen), Dick Cavett (Jack Paar), Tony DeSena (Johnny Carson) and Marvin Silbermintz (Jay Leno).[8]

The March 2012 episode, Jonathan Winters was featured as a guest; this was the show's 100th episode and was covered by The LA Weekly and The Santa Monica Daily Press.[9]

Last talk show interview: Jonathan Winters.

On Episode 110, Kerwin interviewed The Harlem Globetrotters at the Honda Center and played basketball against them as part of a remote shoot for the show.


Awards[edit]

The John Kerwin Show has won over 15 TV awards including the Telly Award, the Wave Award, the AEGIS Award, and the Hermes Award.

References[edit]

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