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NEW YORK (CBSDFW.COM) – David Letterman, the longest-running television show host in late night history at 33 years, will begin his final 28 broadcasts of “Late Show” on Monday night with a star-studded lineup of guests set to make their final appearances with him.

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The host’s final broadcast will be on Wednesday, May 20.

Guests over the next six weeks include:

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– Bill Murray
– Oprah Winfrey
– Steve Martin
– Tom Hanks
– George Clooney
– Robert Downey Jr.
– Will Ferrell
– Tina Fey
– Michael Keaton
– Julia Roberts
– Jack Hanna
– Scarlett Johansson
– Jerry Seinfeld
– Howard Stern
– Don Rickles
– Ray Romano
– Paul Rudd
– Martin Short
– John Travolta
– Bruce Willis
– Elvis Costello
– Norah Jones
– Dave Matthews Band
– Emmylou Harris
– Ralph Stanley
– Amos Lee
– The Avett Brothers & Brandi Carlile
– Mumford & Sons

Additional guests will be announced in the coming weeks.

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Guests this week include Sarah Jessica Parker and 2015 Masters champion Jordan Spieth on Monday, Billy Crystal and Julie Chen on Tuesday, Michael J. Fox and Amy Sedaris on Wednesday, Kevin James and Tracy Chapman on Thursday and Alec Baldwin and John Mayer on Friday.