As first pointed out by the
Both hosts to take over the show after Carson, Leno and
The upgrade in title could be a move, if somewhat minor, to set Fallon apart from his other late-night competition,
It was also announced Tuesday that Fallon's longtime writer, Amy Ozols, would be taking over as producer of the new "Tonight Show," with
Ozols has been with Fallon's show since it launched in 2009 and is credited with coming up with several of his most popular parodies, including the "Real Housewives" spoofs and "Game of Desks."
She also wrote his opening number from the 2010