Amy Schumer could have been the next host of The Daily Show, but blazers just aren't her thing. In a recent interview with Howard Stern, the comedian and star of Comedy Central sketch show Inside Amy Schumer shared that she once hung out with Jon Stewart — and chatted about her potentially taking over his late night show. Show More Summary
"So gay people have the right to marry, and poor people have the right to insurance. But on the bright side Americans can still kill prisoners painfully" observed Stewart. On last night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart talked about the Supreme Court's very busy week last week. Show More Summary
After celebrating SCOTUS’ momentous decisions on same-sex marriage, the Fair Housing Act and Obamacare, the “Daily Show” host has one more thing to say to the Supreme Court justices: “What the fuck?”
Schumer tells Howard Stern that she and Stewart discussed the possibility over pizza
Jon Hamm was on "The Daily Show" last night to promote "Minions"-- you can see a clip from the movie in his interview video below -- and the "Mad Men" alum joked that he was going to get in so much trouble with Universal after his conversation...Show More Summary
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly is worried about Jon Stewart. Really worried. Joking that he “still can’t figure out why they fired the guy,” O’Reilly expressed concern for the departing Daily Show host’s imminent inability to talk on TV about Fox News. “I’m worried about Stewart. Show More Summary
Jon Hamm interrupts Jon Stewart's segment on "tea appreciation" to celebrate the "Daily Show" host's 16 years of busting out into song.
Jon Stewart reportedly wants Bill O’Reilly to tell him to “fck off” on one of his final episodes of “The Daily Show,” but the Fox News host has already taken some early shots at him. O’Reilly joked Monday night that Stewart, who is stepping down in August after 16 years as host of the Comedy...
Bill O'Reilly took some shots tonight at his sparring partner Jon Stewart over his departure from The Daily Show, asking where he's going to mock Fox News now.
Is he a Daily Show writer or a paid actor? Those are the only two options.
Taylor Schilling strikes a pose while arriving for an appearance on The Daily Show to promote her hit show Orange is the New Black on Monday (June 29) in New York City. Earlier in the day, the 30-year-old actress’ co-stars Yael Stone, Taryn Manning, Samira Wiley, Dascha Polanco, and Lea Delaria promoted the third season [...]
This past weekend we learned that Amy Schumer had turned down Comedy Central's offer to host "The Daily Show" because it felt too "safe," but that's not the whole story. On Tuesday, the 34-year-old further explained her reasoning during an appearance on Howard Stern's SiriusXM show. "It felt like it would be betting against myself," she said. Show More Summary
"Daily Show" host Jon Stewart took aim at Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on Monday night over his recent dissents on Supreme Court rulings on the Affordable Care Act and gay marriage. "The crankiness of Scalia's insults run inverse...Show More Summary
Last week, in an interview with The Daily Beast, comedian Amy Schumer revealed that she was approached about taking over as host of The Daily Show but decided to turn it down. Today, Howard Stern asked her what she was thinking.
Let's just come out and say it: Amy Schumer is one of the hottest acts in comedy today. So it's no surprise that she was courted for—and seriously considered taking over—The...
After the weekend the world had, we all knew ‘The Daily Show’ was going to be pretty great on Monday.
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On Monday night’s The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart was positively giddy about the Supreme Court’s rulings last week supporting healthcare, fair housing and, of course, marriage equality. Stewart said, “Traditionally victimized commu… The post Jon Stewart Sums Up Republican Reactions to SCOTUS’ Marriage Ruling: ‘Voldemort Has Risen’ – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
This fall, controversial up-and-coming South African comedian Trevor Noa will replace Jon Stewart as host of Comedy Central hit satirical news show, "The Daily Show." But finding a replacement for the beloved Stewart was not easy. In...Show More Summary
First we demanded healthcare, then we demanded marriage equality, and then we wouldn't get off his lawn.