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US President Barack Obama applauds alongside former talk show host David Letterman during a celebration of the 5th anniversary of Joining Forces and the 75th anniversary of the USO at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland

JAY-Z joins an impressive roster of guests set to appear on David Letterman's newly-announced Netflix series, "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction".

Obama's appearance on Letterman's "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction" is set for January 12, Netflix announced Friday.

Additionally, the streaming media giant said Friday that Letterman's new series, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, would also feature other influential interviewees including George Clooney, Jay-Z, Tina Fey, Howard Stern, and Nobel Peace Price victor Malala Yousafzai. Late-night legend David Letterman, however, is going about it a little differently.

Subsequent episodes will be released once a month from February through June, adding up to a total of six 60-minute episodes.

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His return to television for Netflix was announced in August 2017, when the quick-witted host said that Pope Francis and President Donald Trump would be top of his wish-list for the series.

Comedian Stephen Colbert has since replaced Letterman on the "Late Show". Netflix will air one episode a month.

Episodes will each feature one person who Letterman finds fascinating, with interviews both inside and outside a studio setting.

The company also said, "Field segments will bring Dave to locations far and wide, expressing his curiosity and desire to dig deeper on a specific topic related to the iconic guest featured in the episode".