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The Late Shift

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  1. a 1996 American TV movie produced by HBO based on the book by Bill Carter

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  2. (1996) - Paul Shaffer

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  3. The movie follows the behind-the-scenes network politics responsible for late-night programming leading up to — and after — the retirement of Johnny Carson (Rich Little) from The Tonight Show on NBC in 1992. Jay Leno (Daniel Roebuck) and David Le

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  4. In the wake of some of her more fierce tactics, she was pushed out of her job as The Tonight Show executive producer and dropped by Leno as his personal manager

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  5. nominated for seven Emmys at the 1996 awards, including Outstanding Made for Television Movie, although it won in no categories

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