Meyers will match David Letterman's 11-year tenure as Late Night host and reach 1,800 episodes as part of his new four-year deal, which also includes a new overall pact with NBC Universal and his Sethmaker Shoemeyers Productions company that he runs with Late Night executive producer Mike Shoemaker. As part of his deal, Meyers will continue producing Peacock's A.P. Bio and The Amber Ruffin Show. Meyers took over as Late Night host from Jimmy Fallon seven years ago this week with guests Joe Biden and Amy Poehler, who are now respectively president of the United States and co-host of Sunday's Golden Globes. "Seth is a rare talent who makes America laugh and think every night,” said Katie Hockmeyer, NBC Universal's executive vice president of late-night programming and streaming. “His ‘Closer Look’ segments are classic combinations of comedy with commentary. Seth is a brilliant stand-up comedian, interviewer and political commentator. His voice matters more now than ever. In its announcement, NBC noted that Meyers ranked No. 1 in its timeslot, over James Corden's Late Late Show, and was tops among households earning more than $100,000 a year.