The most trusted name in fake news is now available right here. Get your fix of Jon Stewart, his intrepid team of correspondents and their spin on all the day?s news and newsmakers.
The Daily Show is saying good-bye to Jon Stewart after 16 years on the air. He's given the world a reason to laugh as well as reflect on society and everything that is going on in the world. He's also spent a great deal of time poking fun at and criticizing the fast food chain Arby's. Instead of being offended, or ignoring the copious amount of insults over the years, Arby's did something different. It decided to celebrate Jon Stewart.
The Daily Show aired it's penultimate episode last night featuring Jon Stewart as host. Showing there was no bad blood between them, Arby's decided to send off the comedian and talk show host with two commercials. Included here for you to see in case you missed them, they are both very funny and hilarious in their own right.Read More
As Comedy Central bids a heartfelt #jonvoyage to the incomparable Jon Stewart, a celebration of his 16-year plus tutelage at the helm of The Daily Show is in order. It all begins when Comedy Central takes epic binge watching to the next level with "Your Month of Zen" featuring a continuous stream of more than 2,000 episodes of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart starting June 26 at noon ET with Jon's first show as host on January 11, 1999 and culminates on the night of his last show on Thursday, August 6 at 7:17 p.m. ET. "Your Month of Zen" will be available at TheDailyShow.com/MonthOfZen and the Comedy Central App.
For audiophiles, Comedy Central Radio (channel 95) on SiriusXM will join the stream starting on Saturday, August 1 at 7:00 a.m. ET through Monday, August 3 at 7:00 a.m. The 48-hour weekend event dubbed "Jon Voyage," will also be available through the SiriusXM App on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at siriusxm.com.Read More
Trevor Noah has been selected to become the next host of the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning The Daily Show, it was announced today by Michele Ganeless, president, Comedy Central. His show's premiere will be announced at a later date. Current host Jon Stewart announced in February that he is stepping down as The Daily Show host later this year after 16 years on the air.
Noah was the subject of David Paul Meyer's award-winning documentary film You Laugh But It's True which tells the story of his remarkable career in post-apartheid South Africa. Noah's one-man show "The Racist" at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe was a sold out run that became one of the most talked about shows at the Festival that year. Recently, Noah performed for the Royal Family at the Royal Variety Performance.Read More
Director Steve Pink and writer Josh Heald have been pretty apt at predicting the future thus far with their upcoming time travel comedy sequel Hot Tub Time Machine 2. First, they were able to throw together a Super Bowl trailer that perfectly parodied the New England Patriots Inflate-Gate scandal. Now, a new clip has arrived that predicts Jessica Williams will be the new host of The Daily Show as the Comedy Central mainstay becomes a leading source in global news.
As you may know by now, Jon Stewart announced earlier this week that he is leaving The Daily Show by the end of the year. Now, we get a sneak peek at what his absence might feel like. And it doesn't look half bad. Of course, this is ten years away, so it's any guess who might step in for Jon Stewart before Jessica Williams takes over the hot seat. As you may or may not know, Jessica Williams is currently a correspondent on The Daily Show, and it doesn't look like she's aged a day in over a decade.Read More
Jon Stewart had previously stepped down from the hosting seat in the summer of 2013. He used his extended hiatus to direct his first feature film Rosewater, which was released in the fall of last year. In his absence, John Oliver stepped in. Though, since that time, John Oliver has found his own success with the HBO comedy talk show series Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.
Jon Stewart leaving The Daily Show comes in the wake of Stephen Colbert leaving The Colbert Report late last year so that he could take over The Late Show from David Letterman later this year. It is not known yet what Jon Stewart plans on doing after he leaves The Daily Show. He joined the popular Comedy Central series in 1999, taking over for then host Craig Kilborn. It has not yet been announced if he will set out to direct a second feature film.Read More
Yes, it is an honor to just be nominated... as long as they get your gender right.
Since Yogi Bear didn't fare quite so well against Tron: Legacy this weekend, I wonder how much more it would've made with this crazy ending in place? Oh well. There's always the DVD... even though this "isn't associated" with the movie...Read More