The comedian and talk show host is closing in on his first regular hosting job since passing the "Tonight Show" torch to Jimmy Fallon in February. And according to The Hollywood Reporter, he'll be staying in the NBC Universal family, as the show will air on CNBC.
It will center on Leno's love of cars and will be a primetime show, not a late night gig.
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