Comedians Jimmy Fallon (R) and Jay Leno pose in the press room at the Golden Globes awards ceremony in Beverly Hills in this January 13, 2013 file photo. AFP PHOTO/Robyn BECK
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Jimmy Fallon handily took the gold medal for non-Olympic television programming Monday when he made his debut appearance as host of NBC's "The Tonight Show" succeeding Jay Leno.Twenty percent of households in 56 local markets watching television at midnight (0500 GMT) tuned in to Fallon, according to preliminary Nielsen ratings data shared by NBC on Tuesday. Leno, 63, signed off from "The Tonight Show" after 22 years on February 6 as NBC relocated the show from Los Angeles to New York and put Fallon, 39, in the host's chair in a bid to attract a younger, hipper demographic.
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