We all lamented our luck as this crazy election season began, because we'd be without the much-needed catharsis previously provided by Jon Stewart's Daily Show and noted nerd Stephen Colbert's Colbert Report. However, they heard our cries and have returned on The Late Show to save us all from this madness with... additional madness.
You've probably already heard that Jon Stewart emerged from retirement last Thursday to appear on The Late Show, hosted by his friend Stephen Colbert. Indeed, the clip has gone viral. But the appearance of the former Daily Show hostShow More Summary
Some stories, like the ouster of Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, are too big for one late night host to tackle alone. From The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Sean Hannity has answered back to Jon Stewart’s take-down of Donald Trump, Fox News, and others, calling the former Daily Show host a “fool” and an “idiot” on the air. Stewart fought against Fox News, often calling out hypocritical reporting, for many years from his Daily Show desk. Show More Summary
In response to the Make America Great Again slogan of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, several media outlets have set about investigating what times in American history were best, as well as exactly when America ceased to be great. Show More Summary
The Daily Show asked Republican National Convention attendees to define the time period referred to in Trump's slogan "Make America Great Again."
Former Daily Show host Jon Stewart came out of retirement to join his old colleague Stephen Colbert on CBS' Late Show. He didn't waste any time getting back to work, ripping into Fox News for praising Donald Trump for some of the very same traits they condemned in Barack Obama. Show More Summary
The 2016 Republican Great Satanic Ritual came to a close yesterday, the Grand Old Party's having dutifully installed Future President Babyhands as its Chosen One. Last night, Muslim-American Daily Show correspondent Hasan Minhaj putShow More Summary
As The Daily Show said goodbye to Cleveland yesterday, correspondent Hasan Minhaj said goodbye to all of America in preparation for Donald Trump's Muslim crackdown.
I don't think Stewart's ever been in finer form, and his "I've been living in a cave"/Transmet schtick plays well with Colbert's own persona.
Thanks to its latest round of updates, the Amazon Echo connected speaker can now offer the unique political humor and current events topics from Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Amazon says: With convention season in full swing, you can now get a regular dose of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah on Alexa. Show More Summary
(PG-13: Language) “I’m not wiping the tears because it’s good TV.” Comedian Rob Corddry talks about having only a single camera for The Daily Show‘s field interviews, working as a security guard at the Met and more while surviving First We Feast’s brutal talk show.
The Daily Show host came out of retirement with a message for conservatives.
He's got a deal with HBO, but Stewart spent the week popping up on Stephen Colbert's live shows during the Republican National Convention. The post For One Glorious Night, Jon Stewart Revived His Daily Show appeared first on WIRED.
Jon Stewart may have said goodbye to The Daily Show, but he hasn't disappeared from TV entirely, thank goodness. The now-scruffy star signed off as host of the Comedy Central...
In July 1996, Comedy Central launched a brand new, half-hour news satire and talk show hybrid called The Daily Show, originally hosted by former ESPN anchor Craig Kilborn. Whatever hopes the basic cable network had for the series back then, it is safe to say that The Daily Show far exceeded them. Show More Summary
The former “Daily Show” host briefly took over “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” on Thursday to expose the hypocrisy of conservative pundits who support a presidential candidate who embodies much of what they claimed to despise about President Obama.
Technically Incorrect: In a video that's already garnered thousands of YouTube comments, the former "Daily Show" host appears with Stephen Colbert to pour a little cold water on Conventional heat.
After a brief cameo earlier this week, Jon Stewart returned to The Late Show on Thursday (July 21), where the former Daily Show host delivered an impassioned and hilarious rant about the Republican National Convention and Donald Trump's presidential nomination. Show More Summary
The host said he kinda hoped "something would go wrong." It did.