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Comedy Central announces date Trevor Noah will take over The Daily Show

Comedy Central on Thursday finally revealed the date it will bring back The Daily Show following host Jon Stewart’s departure. The network said that Trevor Noah will take the helm on Monday, September 28th. That date is about a month and a half after Stewart’s final episode of the show will air; the popular comedian confirmed last month that his final show as host will air on August 6th.

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Here’s a quick video Comedy Central released on Thursday to tease Trevor Noah as host:

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