On September 28th, South African comedian Trevor Noah will officially begin the difficult task of replacing Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show. Noah will have to deliver his own unique spin on fake news in order to distinguish himself...Show More Summary
Al Sharpton had a daily show that has now been canceled. Although Al devoted four years to his Politics Nation Monday through Friday on MSNBC, Sharpton now has been relegated to weekend shows, reported the Associated Press. The move appears to be part of the changes instigated by NBC News head honcho Andrew Lack, who... Show More Summary
The author and longtime internet forward-thinker joins The Daily Show as their “supervising producer for digital expansion.” Read the rest
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah has hired Baratunde Thurston to oversee creation and production of original content for digital and social outlets. Calling it “this evolution of The Daily Show under new host Trevor Noah,” Comedy Central...Show More Summary
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The Daily Show is getting a digital upheaval under Trevor Noah, with the announcement today that former Onion digital director Baratunde Thurston is heading the Daily Show's digital wing.
More changes are in the works at Comedy Central’s rebooted “Daily Show” following the departure of longtime host Jon Stewart. The network announced today that it has named Baratunde Thurston as supervising producer on “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,”...
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The Rev. Al Sharpton’s “PoliticsNation” show on MSNBC will become a weekly broadcast on Sunday mornings starting Oct. 4.
The Comedy Central news satire show has hired Baratunde Thurston to oversee digital content that it will create under Trevor Noah, the new host.
Al Sharpton is losing his daily show on MSNBC, with the network saying he'll be downshifted to the weekend.
NEW YORK (AP) — Al Sharpton is losing his daily show on MSNBC, with the network saying he'll be downshifted to the weekend. The move is one among many changes at the network as it moves away from commentary and towards breaking news coverage. Sharpton's "Politics Nation" has aired at 6 p.m. Show More Summary
Post by Jenny Erikson. He may not be hosting The Daily Show anymore, but Jon Stewart still doesn't seem to be shy about making headlines for his antics. On Monday night, Stewart made a repeat appearance on the WWE stage, this time to be thrown on the ground by World Heavyweight competitor John Cena. Show More Summary
RIP Jon Stewart, 1962-2015. After 16 years sitting behind a desk as The Daily Show's legendary host, Stewart is out celebrating retirement like any 52-year-old would — by getting body-slammed into oblivion on a live WWE broadcast See...Show More Summary
The former ‘Daily Show’ host had emotional highs and lows in the wrestling ring.
Following the shocking turn of events that occurred Barclays Center on Sunday night, retired "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart explained the reason for his betrayal of John Cena at WWE's Summerslam pay-per-view event. Stewart appeared on...Show More Summary
Prior to this, the former Daily Show host shocked millions when he supported longtime foe Seth Rollins against John Cena, smashing Cena in the gut with a chair during a championship match. https://twitter.com/WWE/status/635997451736891392 This...Show More Summary
The Barclays Center in Brooklyn was in shock Sunday night when former “The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart came into the ring during the bout at WWE SummerSlam between World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins and United States Champion John Cena and hit Cena with a folding chair, leading to Rollins winning the match and both titles. Show More Summary
He kinda had it coming! On Sunday, Jon Stewart returned to television to host WWE's SummerSlam in Brooklyn, New York. The former Daily Show host had plenty of great moments, but probably none more memorable than when he jumped in the ring and got in on the action! At one point during a match between John Cena and [...]
Jon Stewart is beginning to make a daily show out of his WWE appearances. One night after a memorable turn of events as the host of “SummerSlam,” the comedian once again entered the squared circle, this time on “Monday Night Raw.” On Sunday, the former host of “The Daily Show” did a heel turn by […]