Jon Stewart Returns to Stand-Up

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Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show w/ Jon Stewart, is set to hand over the reins to Trevor Noah on August 6. As his 16 years at the helm of Comedy Central’s primetime hit comes to a close, it’s clear that Jon is letting himself explore areas of his career that were largely ignored for some time.

This was the case when he visited The Comedy Cellar, a premier locale for NYC comedy fans, on Wednesday night. Accompanied to the club by Rory Albanese, current Producer of Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show, and former Producer of The Daily Show, Jon surprisingly made his way onto the stage for a 10 minute stand-up set. read more

Obama Says He Will Issue Executive Order for Jon Stewart to Continue Hosting Daily Show


By : Cate Misczuk



President Obama put his executive powers into use Tuesday — ordering Jon Stewart to continue his hosting duties on The Daily Show. Obama’s late night appearance was his seventh, and final visit to the New York studio.

The President kicked off his usual banter with Stewart saying he couldn’t believe the comedian was leaving before him. Stewart has just two weeks left as host of the satirical news program, Obama’s duties at the White House don’t wrap up for another 18 months. read more

Trevor Noah Borrows Russell Peter’s Underwear

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Russell PetersTwitter, Facebook and comedy fans around the world have talked about little else over the past 72 hours. Russell Peters, one of the kings of comedy in his own right, took an interview with NewsAsia and responded to the host’s repeated questions surrounding the recent decision by Comedy Central to bring Trevor Noah onboard as the host of The Daily Show.

Learn more about Comedy Central’s announcement here.

What did Russell Peter say exactly?

You can check out the video below, but here is exactly what was stated in response to the host pressing the point that Russell Peters was passed over for the position at The Daily Show: read more

Trevor Noah: A Wildcard Host for The Daily Show on Comedy Central

By James Lang April 1, 2015

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Following Jon Stewart’s departure announcement on  February 10, 2015,  Comedy Central gave the official  word  on Monday (March 30, 2015) that  Trevor Noah  would be  taking over as host for The Daily Show. Jon  Stewart has  been credited with not only developing a  top-rated show  in a tough times a lot,  but creating the  category itself.  Sure, Saturday Night Live has done their  “Weekend  Update” for a number of years, but there hadn’t been a dedicated  satirical news show prior to Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show along with its sister program The Colbert Report. So, to say that Trevor Noah has some big shoes to fill would be an absolute understatement. read more