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Newswire: The Daily Show’s Ronny Chieng lands his own Comedy Central series

Even without Jon Stewart in the anchor chair, The Daily Show continues to be a stepping stone for young comedians. Less than a year after making his debut as a correspondent on the satirical news show, Ronny Chieng is getting his own Comedy Central series. As Splitsider reports, the Malaysian-born comedian is headlining International Student, an autobiographical sitcom he co-created about his time studying law in Melbourne, Australia.
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