Five years after handing over Comedy Central’s beloved late night talk show to Trevor Noah, the comedian once again takes aim at his two favorite topics — politics and the media — in the new political satire, "Irresistible."
Stewart discussed the removal of Confederate statues and those who believe, in doing so, we are erasing history.
Stewart promoted the June 26 release of the film Irresistible, which he directed and wrote, in a chat with The New York Times Magazine about politics and current events.
John Krasinski threw a graduation celebration for 2020 graduates whose ceremonies were canceled due to the coronavirus, and he had a surprise for a lucky few.
The "Daily Show" host tore into Congress Tuesday during a hearing for the Sept. 11 Victim Compensation Fund.
EXCLUSIVE: Oscar winner Chris Cooper (Adaptation) is joining Steve Carell and Rose Byrne in Jon Stewart's sophomore feature as writer-director Irresistible, which we can confirm will be backed by Focus Features. Set amidst a heated political campaign trail, the comedy is being produced by Vice and Moonlight producers Plan B with Focus and former The Daily Show host Stewart. Focus and Universal Pictures International will distribute the film worldwide with shoot due to get…
The interviewer became the interviewee as Jon Stewart took over hosting duties and Stephen Colbert sat on the other side of the desk.
Jon Stewart has long been a supporter of 9/11 victims, and recently he visited Fox News to promote their cause.
Jon Stewart spent some time under Stephen Colbert's desk with a woman who'd won the opportunity in a charity raffle, and naturally Stewart couldn't sit still.
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We enter Week 2 of voting for the Yahooies!, Yahoo TV’s awards honoring the best of the 2014-15 TV season (including summer shows), with the Best Late Night Host category.
Stephen Colbert presided genially over CBS’s Television Critics Association press conference in Los Angeles on Monday that served as a preview of what his Late Show will be like when he premieres the new version on Sept 8. More than anything, Colbert is eager to get started. We knew George Clooney would be his first guest; Colbert said Kendrick Lamar would be the first musical guest “I want to do Donald Trump jokes so badly,” he said. “Right now, I’m just dry-Trumping… I hope he takes his vitamins, and stays healthy.
Jon Stewart’s last episode as host of The Daily Show has been announced (Aug. 6), but the circus that is the upcoming 2016 presidential election is definitely tempting him to stick around. One man in particular is making Stewart question his decision to leave: Donald Trump.
When the new host of The Daily Show was announced last week, the news caused an explosion of buzz and chatter all over social media and the Internet. Things only got more frenzied when controversial tweets from Trevor Noah, the South African comedian chosen to replace Jon Stewart, surfaced causing many critics to accuse him of sexism and anti-Semitism. Monday night, elder statesman Stewart took a moment at the top of the show to let it be known that he’s in full support of Noah.