For most of the past 15 years, Jon Stewart has been at the helm of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show." The satirical news program with occasional glimpses of brilliance was at its best during the Bush years, when Stewart became more than a comedian and was seen as a trusted news source for the American public. Show More Summary
But he might be feeling a little burnt out
It's like Old Home Week for Daily Show" host Jon Stewart, who paid a visit to his former correspondent and now "Colbert Report" host Stephen Colbert.
Way back when Apple went on a rampage against Gizmodo after the publication got its hands on a prototype of the iPhone 4, Jon Stewart and The Daily Show ripped into the company for its seemingly heavy-handed tactics in going after the publication. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are close friends who've collaborated on everything from the Daily Show to the Rally to Restore Sanity to a nerdy-as-hell lightsaber battle, but Stewart had never been a guest on the Colbert Report until last night. Read more...
“Are you a blame America first?” the show host asks his former boss from the Daily Show
Supporters of the Keystone XL Pipeline claim it'll create jobs, but as Jon Stewart pointed out on Thursday night's "Daily Show," Senate Democrats are worried about just one job: that of Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.), who is fighting for...Show More Summary
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart discussed the fact that the United States Congress or President Obama's veto pen are not the only hurdles the building of the Keystone XL pipeline faces. There's also the issue of eminent domain and whether...Show More Summary
Jessica Chastain braves the cold to sign autographs for fans while heading into the Daily Show with Jon Stewart studio on Wednesday evening (November 19) in New York City. The Oscar-nominated actress has several movies being released this season, including the film Miss Julie and her performance in the flick is being called “unforgettable” in [...]
LOS ANGELES — The Minority Report With Larry Wilmore was a laudably clever title, but it won't be affixed to the Daily Show correspondent's Jan. 19 debut in place of Stephen Colbert, who's departing for CBS as David Letterman's replacement...Show More Summary
Apparently "The Minority Report with Larry Wilmore" was too good to be true. The show, hosted by Daily Show correspondent Larry Wilmore, is still set to replace The Colbert Report next year, but now it has a new name: The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.
The beginnings of a beloved character
My admonishment finger is shaking in anticipation. When a news story falls through the cracks, Jon Stewart has told us for 15 years now, Lewis Black catches it. He does so less and less often these days, but "Back In Black" is still the Daily Show segment I get most excited about. Show More Summary
Comedian Lewis Black returned to The Daily Show Wednesday night to talk about the looming disaster known as Black Friday. Specifically, Black took on Fox News' seemingly confused coverage of the annual post-Thanksgiving shopping spr...
Last night's two-segment opener on The Daily Show had Jon Stewart explaining Chris Christie's politically motivated promises to Iowa Republicans that he'll veto a bill that would ensure more humane treatment of New Jersey pregnant pigs crated into tiny spaces. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart finally returned to "The Tonight Show," and he brought the '90s with him. Though "The Daily Show" host has reportedly not been on the show in 8 years, Stewart dropped by on Wednesday to chat with Jimmy Fallon about his new...Show More Summary
Comedy Central is going for a theme with the names of its late-night shows — The Daily Show, The Nightly Show, @midnight. The network's new 11:30 PM program, which will replace The Colbert Report, will be titled The Nightly Show with...Show More Summary
Ah, Black Friday. Either you love it, you hate it, or you're Fox News and can't make up your mind. Lewis Black returned to "The Daily Show" on Wednesday night to take on one of America's most polarizing non-holidays, adeptly summingShow More Summary
Again corporations are more valued than people
Watch Jimmy Fallon's house ban the Roots perform during their television debut in 1995 with a pre-"Daily Show" Jon Stewart.