11:24 AM EDT 07/06/2015
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
Originally posted 06/30/2015 07:25PM
Amy Schumer's career has never been hotter: Her skits on Inside Amy Schumer almost always go viral, her first movie, Trainwreck, is already getting rave early reviews and she totally stands a chance as the next Bachelorette.
So fans were a little disappointed when they learned earlier this month that the comedian was offered the job of succeeding Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show and turned it down. (Trevor Noah got the gig.)
Still, Schumer,34, stands by her decision.
Originally posted 06/30/2015 12:25PM
Stewart was appalled by the negative response to Friday's 5-4 judgment
Originally posted 06/24/2015 01:35PM
Stewart hosts his final show in August
Originally posted 06/08/2015 04:05PM
"I remember getting that first laugh and being like, 'Holy crap, I want people to laugh at me again – I need them to laugh!' " Williams, 25, says of her entrance into sketch comedy in high school.
Jon Stewart Calls Out the Media's Obsession with Caitlyn Jenner's Body: 'Welcome to Being a Woman in America'
Originally posted 06/03/2015 07:30AM
"Caitlyn, when you were a man, we could talk about your athleticism, your business acumen," Stewart said on Tuesday's episode of The Daily Show. "But now you're a woman and your looks are really the only thing we care about."
Originally posted 05/28/2015 08:35PM
The famously conservative Duggars seemed to be models of wholesome family life, but son Josh was hiding a dark past: He allegedly molested five young girls as a teen. Subscribe now for an inside look at the Duggars' dark family secrets, only in PEOPLE.
Though the future of their show remains uncertain, the Duggars still have a spot on TV – the reality stars are being ripped apart by comedians.
The Nightly Show's Larry Wilmore, The Daily Show's Jon Stewart and the brains behind Funny or Die have all ridiculed the family's handling of a dark scandal this week.
Originally posted 05/28/2015 06:00PM
The comedian will take over Jon Stewart’s hosting duties Sept. 28
Originally posted 04/07/2015 08:50AM
The Daily Show returned from its hiatus on Monday, and Stewart, 52, made it clear that he's standing by his man.
Acknowledging the Twitter "kerfuffle," Stewart said, "without hesitation," that Noah "will earn your trust and respect ... Or not. Just as I earned your trust and respect ... Or did not," he joked. "Or sometimes earned it and then lost it and then kind of got it back and then it was like, 'F--- that guy!' "
Originally posted 04/01/2015 09:20PM
Originally posted 04/01/2015 10:55AM
It took less 24 hours after the news that Trevor Noah would replace Jon Stewart on The Daily Show for the new host to land himself in hot water when Twitter users called out the comedian for controversial remarks made on his feed.
Despite the drama, one of the the show's correspondents is defending Comedy Central's newest headliner.
"It's much ado about nothing," Aasif Mandvi said Tuesday during a LinkedIn discussion series with executive editor Dan Roth in New York City.
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