Renowned American comedian Conan O’Brien is currently filming for his future broadcasts in Bangkok, Thailand. He seemed to very much enjoy his time, as evidenced by his frequent tweets about his recent adventures, which include trying out Muay Thai, donning traditional clothing, and even eating scorpions.
Last Tuesday, O’Brien tried out an exotic scorpion snack in Thailand, which was actually not his first time as he tweeted that the Thai scorpion is “So much better than the scorpion I get at the Glendale Galleria.”
The former late-night talk show host also shared pictures of himself wearing a full ceremonial Thai outfit and fully immersing himself in a Muay Thai session. His caption read, “I need to register my legs at the Bangkok police station.”
While Late Night with Conan O’Brien, which aired from 1993 to 2009, is his most recognized work, the famous comedian in his 60s also enjoyed great success with his travel show, Conan Without Borders. Between 2015 and 2019, he traveled to various locations such as Cuba, Armenia, Qatar, Haiti, and Greenland, to film his show.
The show stopped during Covid.
Currently, O’Brien’s main endeavor is Team Coco, a production company that manages his podcasts and digital content from his extensive career. There is no update yet regarding the broadcast schedule or platform for his footage filmed in Thailand, but O’Brien has been seen reviewing the footage with his team at Workpoint Studios in Bangkok.
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