Bill Hader was the guest on the latest episode of Hulu's Larry King Now, and Larry King asked him if Stefon could live on beyond Saturday Night Live. "Possibly," Hader answered. King suggested a Stefon-based sitcom, to which Hader replied, "A sitcom? I haven’t heard that one. People always talk about a movie. A Stefon sitcom would actually be pretty great. Do it multi-camera, and he has, like, a normal neighbor and stuff."
Hader revealed that he and SNL writer John Mulaney had an idea for a Stefon movie but weren't interested. Here's what he said:
“We did have an idea for a movie. We talked a little bit about [...]
Iiiiiiiiinteresting. According to a New York Post article confirmed by Comedy Central, Larry King has been approached to be on The Daily Show. If he accepts the offer, the broadcasting legend would be an occasional contributor à la Lewis Black or John Hodgman. While we don't have a clear mental image of how King's story-telling style will translate over, if it's anything like SNL's Larry King's News And Views, then we will declare ourselves president of his fan club today.
Conan entered the Larry King News Mausoleum last night to talk to CNN's cryptkeeper about his new show and the Tonight Show debacle. Unsurprisingly, he has not spoken to Leno since everything went down.