Two years after replacing Jon Stewart as host of "The Daily Show," Trevor Noah is riding high, attracting the largest audiences of his career and getting a long contract extension. Comedy Central, owned by Viacom, said Thursday it extended Noah's run as host of the late-night program through 2022....
Mr. Noah, who succeeded Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show,” will remain the host of that topical satire program and will produce annual year-end specials.
Jamie Foxx, Julianne Moore, Jon Stewart, Bruce Willis on hand for hurricane relief benefit in NY. (Sept. 13)
Two years ago, when Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert departed Comedy Central within eight months of each other, it sent the network into a tailspin that it's just beginning to recover from. Kent Alterman, who took over as network president in May 2016, has been working to fill Comedy Central's late-night hole and find a...
This year's event will be a mini-'Daily Show' reunion with Jon Stewart, Trevor Noah, John Oliver and Hasan Minhaj.
Fans of Jon Stewart may still be lamenting his departure from The Daily Show some two years ago, but Comedy Central has gotten exactly what they sought when they replaced Stewart with Trevor Noah, appealing to the next generation of 18-34 year-olds. Since The Daily Show with Trevor Noah began on Sept. 28, 2015, the […]
When co-writers Samantha Bee and Jo Miller first came up with the idea for Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, they were both already seasoned television writers, having spent many years working on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. But their...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart might not have the The Daily Show platform at his disposal any longer, but that hasn't stopped the comedian from sharing his political stream of consciousness with the world. During one of Dave Chappelle's Radio City Music...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart has kept pretty quiet in 2017, except for his state-mandated monthly visits to Late Show with Stephen Colbert and the occasional war of words with local shock jocks. But seeing as how he's gearing up for two HBO standup specials, it's no surprise he'd want to start making some unexpected standup appearances. [ more › ]
Longtime “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart has been off the air for a while now, but he showed up Thursday night during a standup performance by Dave Chappelle at Radio City Music Hall in New York and offered quite a...
Former Daily Show host Jon Stewart made a surprise appearance at Dave Chappelle’s Radio City Music Hall show Thursday and had some choice words for Donald Trump, his response to Charlottesville and white supremacists. New York Times‘...Show More Summary
Can you tell he's fed up?
Fuck yes! Time to pack up your desk, Steve Bannon, because according to two administration officials Donald Trump has decided to remove his controversial White House chief strategist from office! Related: Jon Stewart Gives History Lesson On Nazis The New York Times reports Trump has briefed his senior aides on the decision, and now they are figuring out [...]
The former "Daily Show" host was livid over the president's response to Charlottesville. Former Daily Show host Jon Stewart made a surprise appearance at a Dave Chappelle show at Radio City Music Hall Thursday evening, where he regaled...Show More Summary
With the rise of Nazis and a president who seemingly encourages them, Jon Stewart is one voice we wish was still on TV. Thankfully, the comedian still got to weigh in on Donald Trump's widely-scorned reaction to the deadly Charlottesville rally during a guest appearance at Dave Chappelle's stand-up show at Radio City Music Hall. Video: Tina [...]
Former Daily Show host Jon Stewart made a surprise appearance at a Dave Chappelle show at Radio City Music Hall Thursday evening, where he regaled the audience with his experiences involving President Donald Trump before the New York businessman was elected, reports Brooklyn Vegan. According to NY...
Dave Chappelle’s Radio City Music Hall residency had three surprise guests Thursday night: John Mayer, Hannibal Buress, and Jon Stewart. Ahead of his own return to stand-up comedy, Stewart offered some thoughts on the president, their one-time Twitter feud, and Trump’s response to the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville. Stewart ... More »
Jon Stewart was a surprise guest at the show that also included Chance the Rapper, Hannibal Buress, John Mayer, and Mo Amer. Continue reading…
In an interview about workplace dos and don'ts, Samantha Bee was once asked if crying at the office was OK, and she replied, "You can, definitely. That's a 'do.'" She then added, "But only if Jon Stewart is your boss because he's really,...Show More Summary