The Daily Show
The Daily Show stars Jon Stewart. It's probably the funniest and smartest show on TV.
Trevor Noah: 7 Things to Know About the Next Daily Show Host
Jon Stewart is about to be out, Trevor Noah is confirmed to be in and television fans everywhere are now left to wonder:
Who the heck is Trevor Noah?!?
One Direction Fans PISSED at Jon Stewart: #DailyShowGoneTooFar Becomes Trending Topic Following ISIS Joke
What do One Direction fans have in common with Tea Party Republicans? They're both easily outraged and they both really don't dig on Jon Stewart.
Yes, for the third time this week 1D devotees are royally pissed.
The Daily Show Says Goodbye to John Oliver, Brings Comedian to Tears
John Oliver is leaving The Daily Show for HBO. He has landed himself a series on HBO that will premiere in 2014.
Last night, therefore, represented Oliver's final appearance as a correspondent on the Comedy Central program and it started out typically enough: with the Brit bring brought in to discuss the Royal voicemail hacking scandal.
John Oliver as Daily Show Host: Grade Him!
Welcome to The Daily Show. I am John Oliver and let’s all just acknowledge for a moment that this is weird. This looks weird, it feels weird, it even sounds weird - and this is my actual voice.
So John Oliver joked last night to open his first evening as host of The Daily Show, as he takes over for the summer while Jon Stewart directs a movie in the Middle East.
Buckeye State to Welcome The Daily Show for Midterm Elections
Anyone wanna take a road trip to the midwest in November? Fans of The Daily Show shouldn't shake their heads quiet yet.
According to the New York Post, Jon Stewart will take his political satire to the swing-state of Ohio for the entire week preceding this year's midterm elections. The news spoof will be retitled Battlefield Ohio: The Daily Show's Midwest Midterm Midtacular for its entire string of broadcasts from a theater at Ohio State University.
The Daily Show Correspondent Takes Job in The Office
Here's the problem with The Daily Show: it's too darn funny! While host Jon Stewart won't be going anywhere for awhile, correspondents continue to abandon the program for starrring vehicles on the big and little screen.