The Swifties showed out and became an unexpected voting block in Virginia, but it wasn't enough.
Jon Stewart says being away from the daily grind of TV for the last six years — after he left "The Daily Show" and before his return in AppleTV+'s "The Problem with Jon Stewart"— was the hard reset he needed.
The legendary actor told Trevor Noah that guest-hosting the show made him realize it wasn't what he wanted after all.
Stewart doesn’t buy the explanation that the coronavirus came from bats, believing that it’s too “weird” that the pandemic began so close to the virology lab.
The Recording Academy and CBS have announced that comedian Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central's Emmy Award-winning "Daily Show," will host the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards. The announcement comes hours before Tuesday's 63rd Grammy Awards nominations livestream on GRAMMY.com at 9:00 a.m. PT / 12:00 p.m. ET. "Despite the fact that I am extremely disappointed […]
Celebrities denounce decision as one officer faces criminal charges for firing bullets into nearby apartments.
Kenya Barris explained why the controversial episode was pulled by ABC two years ago.
Jim Carrey appeared on "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" to promote his new book, "Memoirs and Misinformation," which is dedicated to his late brother.
On Tuesday night, Daily Show host Trevor Noah surveyed the scene in Portland where, after 50 days of peaceful Black Lives Matters protests, Donald Trump sent in masked federal agents in unmarked vans to make arrests. "That sounds less like Democracy and more like an episode of Narcos," observed Noah. "How are people supposed to […]
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.
Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and Lights Out with David Spade will cease production due to the coronavirus outbreak, the cable network said Friday. The tentative plan is to return at month's end. “Our top priority is the safety of our guests and staff," a Comedy Central spokesperson said today. "Beginning Monday, […]
"On the one hand, it is disturbing that America has a history of racist presidents, but look on the bright side – it also means Donald Trump is more presidential than we thought,” Noah said.
Trevor Noah and Stephen Colbert take shots at CNN during live episodes of the "Daily Show" and "Late Show" following night one of the second Democratic debates.
Imagine if Adolf Hitler justified his actions by saying people agreed with him, "The Daily Show" host says.
The "Daily Show" host tore into Congress Tuesday during a hearing for the Sept. 11 Victim Compensation Fund.
Winfrey responded to the backlash she received after her interview about allegations against Michael Jackson.
In a rare network crossover, “Drunk History” co-creator and host Derek Waters showed up on Monday night’s episode of “They Daily Show” for a guest sketch called “Trump History” that looked at some of Trump’s wackier statements about American history. If you have never seen “Drunk History,” here’s the deal: every episode, a comedian is invited to get very drunk, then talk on camera about a favorite story from history. The inebriated recounting of the past is used as the script for a reenactment of said events, usually featuring other comedians in the roles of important people of history. Also Read: 'Family Guy' Bosses Explain 'Clearly Offensive' Trump Episode Scene Now, Trump is a famously self-proclaimed teetotaler, so “Trump History” doesn’t featuring him drinking. It does feature a weird retelling of the American Civil War, featuring statements he’s made about people like Abraham Lincoln (including his coining of the weird word “imigining”) and Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. It helps, of course, that Trump’s off-the-cuff oratorical style has kind of a slurry quality. The clip features the cast of “The Daily Show” in various roles, and like the normal version of “Drunk History,” it’s pretty funny. Watch the whole clip above. Read original story ‘The Daily Show’ Gives Trump the ‘Drunk History’ Treatment (Video) At TheWrap
The interviewer became the interviewee as Jon Stewart took over hosting duties and Stephen Colbert sat on the other side of the desk.
In response to Trump's Monday morning tweet calling him a thief, Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum said he wouldn't let Trump and opponent Ron DeSantis drag him "into the gutter."
Will this finally earn Trevor Noah a nasty nickname from Donald Trump?