Conan O'BrienLast Wednesday, Conan O'Brien revealed the title of his new chucklefest on TBS. The title: 'Conan.' Well, that was easy enough. But this got us wondering about other television shows named after the host or lead actor. What's the success rate? To find out, we scurried through the titles of almost every show in the history of American television.

We had to set up a few rules: We're talking about first names only for the official title. So 'Oprah' or 'Norm' do not qualify because those shows are technically titled 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' and 'The Norm Show,' respectively. Also, real people only. Yes, there was a show on NBC called 'Ed.' The star of 'Ed' was Tom Cavanagh and not someone also named Ed. If a show had a full title for a considerable amount of time and later changed its title to a first name, we skipped that too (ex. 'The Maury Povich Show' / 'Maury').

As you'll see, Conan's 'Conan' may be fighting an uphill battle, as quite a few titularly-titled shows haven't done so well -- but there are a few exceptions. (Also, a special mention has to be made of 'Jerry,' the fictional pilot made on an episode of 'Seinfeld' that lasted just one episode.)