Thursday night's cable ratings.
Chris Rock wanted to make it clear to movie-going audiences on last night's Daily Show that his movie Top Five features the least amount of Koreans dying of any Christmas movie.
The Stephen Colbert character feels like it has existed far longer than it actually has. Sure, the real Stephen Colbert developed the persona during his tenure on The Daily Show, and it blossomed into an ingrained cultural fixture in 2005, but it feels longer than that. Show More Summary
Comedy Central is moving @midnight With Chris Hardwick to 11:30 PM following The Daily Show With Jon Stewart beginning January 5 for two weeks only. It will return to its regular Midnight time slot on January 19 following the premiere of The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore. Show More Summary
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart tries to figure out why Sony stood up to the release of “catty emails” and plowed ahead with plans to release The Interview on Christmas day, but capitulated when North Korean hackers threatened and “9/11...Show More Summary
She never seems to stop working, and Anna Kendrick paid a visit to “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” on Wednesday night (December 17). The lovely “Twilight Saga: New Moon” lady plugged her forthcoming movie “Into the Woods,” though she...Show More Summary
Last night must've been tough for Jon Stewart, what with his old friend Stephen Colbert leaving him. Good thing he got to spend The Daily Show with another old friend, Chris Rock. Rock continues the trend of Stewart's former stand-up buddies making the best guests. Rock also does God's work... More »
Last week, “Daily Show” correspondent Jessica Williams paid a visit to the NYU science labs to conduct some #EmojiScience experiments. The GE #EmojiScience campaign set out to prove that there’s science in everything by creating experiments that relate to emojis. Scientists then sent out Snapchat footage of celebrity guests like Bill Nye, Gary Vaynerchu, Baratunde Thurston and [...]
Chris Rock stopped by The Daily Show to plug his new movie Top Five, but, naturally, talk turned to The Interview. Stewart noted there's a “hole” in the Christmas movie lineup in theaters right now. “Apparently there's a movie that's not going to run as planned,” he began. “I'll say this — my movie is very Korean-friendly,” Rock joked. Show More Summary
The Colbert ReportGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Colbert Report on Facebook It's the end of an era. Stephen Colbert officially retired his ultra-conservative character from The Colbert Report on Thursday night - and he did it with quite a few celebrity pals. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart can't figure out why North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has such a big problem with Hollywood. The two places have a lot in common. "Hollywood's just like North Korea," Stewart said on Thursday night's "Daily Show." "Everyone's...Show More Summary
Daily Show host Jon Stewart’s got a visit from his friend “Gitmo,” the Guantanamo prison detainee, to debate the objections from Republican Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) to the possibility of more cooperation between the U.S. and Cuba. “Surely, you must...
Stephen Colbert, the pseudo-conservative commentator and talk-show host developed by the real Stephen Colbert on The Daily Show and honed to biting perfection for nine years on The Colbert Report, slipped out of this realm Thursday night on Comedy Central. Show More Summary
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart opened up his show this Thursday by first taking on Sony's decision not to release The Interview, complaining that Kim Jong-un now decides the films we make: On Thursday evening’s Daily Show, Jon StewartShow More Summary
On Thursday evening's Daily Show, Jon Stewart tackled the hacks and subsequent terrorist threats that prevented Sony from releasing The Interview, questioning why Sony would fall for North Korea's "hyperbolic threats."
Anna Kendrick stops to take some photos with some fans after arriving for her appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart in New York City on Wednesday night (December 17). The 29-year-old actress chatted about her new movie, Into The Woods with the host before heading to the Apple Store in Soho for a [...]
Highlights from Wednesday's cable ratings.
Pronounced the way it looks. After tonight, Stephen Colbert breaks character for good. Tonight is the last episode of The Colbert Report on Comedy Central. The show, which started as an offhand joke on The Daily Show, became a massive...Show More Summary
Anna Kendrick Talks To Jon Stewart Ab... Anna Kendrick comes on The Daily Show to talk about her new movie Into the Woods. Submitted by: Jenny Nelson Regular Keywords: Anna Kendrick Into The Woods Jon Stewart The Daily Show Anna Kendrick...Show More Summary