Jimmy Fallon isn't going anywhere. The "Late Night" host is taking over "The Tonight Show" from Jay Leno in February and NBC has started rolling out the promos to herald the big change.
The new "Tonight Show" promo pays homage to hosts past--including Conan O'Brien, but it skirts over the whole Leno to O'Brien and back to Leno scandal that took place the last time "The Tonight Show" got a new host.
"And this February, the tradition continues and new era begins," the promo voiceover says over clips of Fallon's "Late Night" antics.
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When Fallon moves over to "The Tonight Show," "Saturday Night Live" veteran Seth Meyers will take over "Late Night."
In the promo above, Meyers leaves the "SNL" studios and heads to his new "Late Night" digs ... but they're not quite ready for him.
Fallon's "Tonight Show" tenure begins Monday, Feb. 17 on NBC.
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