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In 2015 comedian Stephen Colbert will be replacing David Letterman on CBS's Late Show. Many have applauded the decision. Mr. Colbert has hosted his own award winning show on Comedy Central for nine seasons. There is the valid question as to whether a satiritical, largely partisian individual such as Colbert can be successful on network television.
Stephen Colbert will be leaving behind his ultra-nationalist character and will slip into something he isn't often seen as - himself. Will he bring his skilled writers along with him to CBS? Will his devoted Comedy Central fan base follow him as well?
Will he transform himself or will he follow in the forgotten footsteps of: The Late Show with Joan Rivers, The Pat Sajak Show, The Chevy Chase Show, and Late World With Zach