NEW YORK (WTVA) -- Jay Leno has announced he will step down as host of the Tonight Show in 2014.
The announcement was made Wednesday morning.
Leno has spent nearly two decades as the host of the Tonight Show.
His last show will be in the spring of 2014.
NBC officials say Jimmy Fallon, the host of NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, will take over as host following Leno's exit.
As part of the transition, the Tonight Show will move back its original home at 30 Rockerfeller Plaza in New York.
Lorne Michaels will also assume the the duties of executive producer.