Just a few months into his job as a contributor to Comedy Central's The Daily Show, Trevor Noah on Monday received a huge promotion that will put him into one of the most high-profile seats on television. Comedy Central didn't always...Show More Summary
On Monday, Comedy Central announced that South African comedian Trevor Noah would be replacing Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show. To get a feel for Noah's brand of humor, one could simply watch his debut on the fake news show in December of 2014, when he jokingly declared that present-day America had worse race relations than Apartheid South Africa.
The New ‘Daily Show’ Host Trevor Noah seems to be a nice, earnest guy who maybe wants a tiger to devour Lady Gaga.
There's a lot to learn about Trevor Noah --like who he is and what experience he has in comedy-- before he takes on his duties as host of "The Daily Show." However, according to Twitter, the most important question might just be: Does...Show More Summary
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Comedy Central provided a Monday morning surprise with the announcement (first reported by the New York Times) that Trevor Noah would replace Jon Stewart as the host of The Daily Show. The comedian, 31, joined the program as a correspondent...Show More Summary
Basically, he thinks America is weird and fascinating...and that's pretty much the job requirement. Jon Stewart has done a very good job hosting The Daily Show. But what does 'a good job' mean? At the risk of oversimplifying, it means...Show More Summary
Now that news of Trevor Noah’s ascent to The Daily Show throne has been made official, it’s time to immediately turn our attention to what could have been. According to Grantland editor-in-chief Bill Simmons, Comedy Central pursued three “big-ass names” for the coveted gig before settling on Noah: Amy Poehler, Louis C.K., and Amy Schumer. Show More Summary
The New York Times reported Monday morning that South African comedian Trevor Noah will replace Jon Stewart as the new host of The Daily Show. This promotion from three-time correspondent might be unexpected, but if you know Noah’s stand-up it’s easy to see how he got the job. Show More Summary
With the announcement of Trevor Noah as the next Daily Show host, Comedy Central will officially have two back-to-back late night shows hosted by black men. And in an interview earlier today, network president Michele Ganeless said that is "not by design."
Did The Daily Show go 0-for-3? Before selecting Trevor Noah as Jon Stewart's successor, Comedy Central reportedly pursued three major names in comedy. Amy...
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Newly appointed ‘Daily Show’ host Trevor Noah has spent years on the stand-up circuit, performing in front of sold-out audiences across the globe. His next sold-out show stateside will be in the DC area, where Noah will perform April 9-12 at the Arlington Drafthouse. Show More Summary
For South African comedians, there is no shortage of rich material. A President charged with using state funds to upgrade his personal home with a top-of-the-line chicken coop to an electricity company better at delivering excuses than power — the company recently blamed wet coal for power outages. So it is with some degree of…
1. Some Guy Chosen To Replace Jon Stewart On 'The Daily Show' Trevor Noah—a South African comedian with whom you are, in all likelihood, just becoming familiar this morning—has been chosen to replace Jon Stewart as the host of The Daily Show, much to the delight of people who want to complain that he is not a woman. Show More Summary
Monday morning went like this for most people: Sees Trevor Noah is announced as replacement for Jon Stewart on The Daily Show Asks self: "Who?!" Googles...
South African comedian and 'Daily Show' contributor Trevor Noah will take over the show later this year. After months of rampant speculation, the results are in. The New York Times reported this morning that 31-year-old South African comedian Trevor Noah will take the reins at the Daily Show when host Jon Stewart retires later this year. Show More Summary
The Emmy-award winning news and satirical talk show The Daily Show has finally named its newest host, Trevor Noah. The Comedy Central series has been hosted by the widely-beloved Jon Stewart for the past 16 years, and has been searching...Show More Summary