Netflix said the new series would consist of 60-minute episodes centred around "one extraordinary figure whom Dave finds fascinating" and that the interviews would take place both inside and outside a studio setting.
Letterman's revival will certainly ride a viewership boost from Obama's first talk show appearance since he vacated office.
The next five episodes will then be released monthly. The host has been off television since leaving CBS' "The Late Show" in 2015.
David Letterman's anticipated return date to television is set.
Comedian Stephen Colbert has since replaced Letterman on the "Late Show". Per Netflix, the host will also explore various topics on his own and feature in-the-field segments that express his curiosity and humor.
This is the first time Letterman has led a series in over two years.
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