Jay Leno is gone. Jimmy Fallon has taken over The Tonight Show. And as of Monday's last-piece-of-the-puzzle launch, Seth Meyers is ensconced as host of Late Night – the fourth host in a line that includes Fallon, Conan O'Brien and David Letterman.
It's a low-wattage format, one that allows its host to develop without the intense media focus that follows the star of Tonight. Fallon and O'Brien both got off to rough starts, O'Brien legendarily so, and both did fine.
To judge from Monday's low-key, pretty much fault-free debut, so will Meyers.
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