AT&T U-verse offers free screening of Conan O'Brien documentary before theatrical release

AT&T is giving Conan O'Brien fans a sneak free-view of the Conan O'Brien Can't Stop documentary across screens on AT&T U-verse TV, on AT&T U-verse Online at and on smartphones with AT&T U-verse Mobile, on Thursday, June 23, 24 hours before the film's theatrical release June 24.

Conan O'Brien Can't Stop comes out June 24.

Starting on June 24, the day it comes out in theaters, U-verse TV customers will be able rent the documentary for $7, for standard definition, and $7 for high-def.

"We're always looking for unique and compelling content to deliver to U-verse customers across platforms, and Conan is no exception," said Dan York, president of content at AT&T. "Our customers will be the first to see Conan in this comedic documentary and watch it on the device of their choice."

In 2010, after departing NBC's Tonight Show--and the severing of a 22-year relationship with the network--O'Brien hit the road with a 32-city music and comedy show to exercise his performing chops and exorcise a few demons. The "Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour" was O'Brien's answer to a contractual stipulation that banned his appearance on television, radio and the Internet for six months following his last show. Flender's resulting documentary is an intimate portrait of an artist trained in improvisation, captured at the most improvisational time of his career.

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