Yeeehaw! Jon Stewart goes all in on Rick Perry's rebranding efforts ahead of a probable 2016 run. Including his recent indictment by a Texas grand jury. Scroll below to see The Daily Show's take on the "Indict Cowboy."
ROSEWATER: The first trailer for Jon Stewart's directorial debut film GOPRO FOR DOGS: You know you want one (most of the time at least) BIRD POOP: It's bad on your head, worse on your ice cream cone. TONY STEWART: Press...
Man alive, Democrats got it good. Not only do leftwing outlets like the Washington Post protect Democrats, the Washington Post publishes video of comedian Jon Stewart attacking as racist potential GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry. Show More Summary
When Jon Stewart stepped away from his Daily Show desk last summer to direct his first feature film, fans of the fake news anchor knew that the project would be quite different than anything we've seen from Stewart before. But it wasn't...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart is the highest-paid host on television, making between $25 million and $30 million for the Comedy Central staple The Daily Show, a new report found. Stewart’s astronomical salary put him far ahead of his competition, the annual salary report from TV Guide noted. The next highest-paid host, David Letterman, earned $20 million a
On Thursday, the first trailer for Jon Stewart's directorial debut Rosewater was released. But the Daily Show host wanted to give his viewers a better sense of how he became connected to the story of Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari, so last night he premiered two new clips from the film that include appearances by his long-time correspondent Jason Jones.
A trailer for 'Daily Show' host's first film is out
'The Daily Show' host releases the first look at his upcoming directorial debut.
Last year, Jon Stewart took three months off from his late-night series “The Daily Show” to work on his directorial debut. Now, the first trailer for his film, “Rosewater,” is out and it already looks like an Oscar contender. Based on...Show More Summary
Keira Knightley puts mystery about her lady parts to bed, Joan Rivers remains in a medically induced coma, Jon Stewart makes his directorial debut and more of today's First Dibs.
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Embodying the old Hollywood joke “I’ve always wanted to direct,” Comedy Central star Jon Stewart took an entire summer off last year to direct a film called “Rosewater” about Newsweek reporter Maziar Bahiri being abducted in Iran. In...Show More Summary
The trailer for Jon Stewart's highly anticipated directorial debut, "Rosewater," arrived on Thursday, and "The Daily Show" host marked the occasion by closing that night's episode with a pair of clips the trailer does not include. The...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart delves into the Rick Perry indictment, and his hilarious re-brand
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Friday's headlines also include Jon Stewart and Denny's.
This week's best TV has a lot of important lessons, from Jon Stewart taking on Fox News' coverage of the police shooting death of Michael Brown to Weird Al Yankovic advising George R. R. Martin to "type as fast as you can." But, really, there is only one takeaway here: Always be yourself. Unless you can be Beyoncé. Always be Beyoncé.
Right in the middle of a segment Thursday night about the indictment against Texas Gov. Rick Perry for abuse of power, "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart had a few words to say about The Huffington Post. With news commentators noting that...Show More Summary
While The Daily Show was on break, Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) was indicted on two counts of felony abuse of power. On Thursday night's show, Jon Stewart ran through the charges against him, involving trying to coerce a Democratic district attorney to resign. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart has been a mainstay of Comedy Central’s jocular jabs at current events for almost 20 years now — meaning that an entire generation has grown up seeing him go after five presidential campaigns, countless scandals and even Kardashian lunacy. But Stewart has always had a serious tone that sometimes leaks over into the