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How Trevor Noah plans to shake up The Daily Show

July 31st, 2015

Comedy Central’s nighttime lineup is in the midst of a transformation. First Stephen Colbert left for the bright lights of CBS, and now Jon Stewart, longtime host of The Daily Show, will officially sign off the air on August 6 after an impressive 16 seasons run. Replacing Stewart as host of The Daily Show — Comedy Central’s …

Jon Stewart Daily Show Career Retrospective

Awesome Timelapse Video: Jon Stewart’s 17 Years at the Daily Show Flash Before Your Eyes

June 24th, 2015

Jon Stewart has been a fixture of American television ever since he took over as host of The Daily Show back in 1999. YouTube user Billy Chasen has created a fantastic timelapse video of Stewart’s entire 17-career at The Daily Show that spanned four different presidential campaigns, two wars, two recessions and the transformation of Apple from a near-dead computer …

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

May 28th, 2015

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 …

Tom Brady Deflategate

Watch Jon Stewart lay into Tom Brady for knowing about ‘Deflategate’

May 8th, 2015

After months of deliberation, we finally know the truth — the Patriots more probably than not deflated those footballs, and Tom Brady almost definitely knew about it. It’s a shame that full-grown, well-paid adults felt the need to cheat their way through the AFC Championship Game, but that’s the world that we live in. Thankfully, …

Jon Stewart Interview

Jon Stewart explains why he quit The Daily Show

April 20th, 2015

It’s not easy to imagine Comedy Central’s The Daily Show without Jon Stewart at the helm. This is undoubtedly why responses have been so muted to the network’s announcement that a relatively unknown contributor Trevor Noah will replace Stewart as the show’s host. Of course, we can recall similar responses when Comedy Central announced that The …