Conan O'Brien to Stream Internet-Only “Show Zero”

Even old pros need to warm up before a big show sometimes.

Conan O'Brien, off the air since departing "The Tonight Show" in January, is planning to stream an Internet-only preview program in advance of the premiere of his new TBS show," reports UPI.

Entitled "Show Zero," the program will stream live on November 1 at 11 p.m. EST to, Facebook and YouTube.

"Following the extremely successful 'Live Coco Cam,' a 24-hour look behind-the-scenes at the 'Conan' offices, Conan O'Brien is letting his fans in on the ultimate warm-up for his new TBS show," the network said in a news release. 

"Show Zero" will be be beamed out of the Conaco Production offices at Warner Bros. studios in Burbank and is scheduled to have celebrity guests, Conan's sidekick Andy Richter, and parts of the new in-house music group, The Basic Cable Band.

"Conan" debuts on TV November 8.

Selected Reading:Vulture, UPI, TV Squad

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