David Letterman's new Netflix show premieres January 12

David Letterman's new Netflix show premieres January 12

Subsequent episodes - six in all, rolled out one every month - will feature George Clooney, Jay-Z, Tina Fey, Howard Stern, and human rights icon and Nobel Peace Prize victor Malala Yousafzai.

Each episode of the show will feature Letterman interviewing one guest in interviews that take place both inside a studio and an outside setting.

Obama's episode - which marks the former Commander in Chief's first talk-show appearance since leaving office - will be released on January 12; subsequent episodes will follow monthly.

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According to Netflix, the guests were picked because Letterman finds them "fascinating". President Obama makes his first talk show appearance since his Presidency on the new Netflix show. The six-part series will run a new episode each month and conclude in June.

The first episode will be available next week.

The new series marks Letterman's first regular series since leaving his post as host of CBS's The Late Show in May 2015. Per Netflix, the host will also explore various topics on his own and feature in-the-field segments that express his curiosity and humor. But if we're lucky, this could just be the beginning of Letterman's work at Netflix. In contrast to Letterman's monthly series, "Chelsea" initially aired three times a week before scaling back to weekly episodes in its second season.

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