06:25 PM EDT 04/10/2015
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
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.
New Daily Show Host Trevor Noah Accused of Anti-Semitism, Sexism and Transphobia over Twitter History
Originally posted 03/31/2015 02:10PM
Well, that didn't take long.
Within 24 hours of the announcement that he would replace Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah is already facing controversy.
Now that he's in the spotlight, Twitter users have been going through his feed with a fine-tooth comb – and were generally not thrilled with what they found.
For example, one Tweet from January 2012 reads, "Behind every successful rap billionaire is a double as rich Jewish man. #BeatsByDreidel."
Originally posted 03/30/2015 09:10AM
Today, in breaking fake news …
Trevor Noah, one of the The Daily Show's newer faces, will succeed Jon Stewart as host of the Comedy Central staple, the network said in a statement.
Originally posted 03/03/2015 09:30AM
Now that he's retiring, he seems to have lost his mind a little bit.
Originally posted 02/18/2015 04:30PM
Jessica Williams may not be taking over Jon Stewart's soon-to-be vacated seat on The Daily Show, but don't call her a victim.
Following the announcement that Stewart would be stepping down, the Twitter hive mind immediately decided that Williams should take his place.
The Daily Show correspondent responded to the furor by thanking her fans for their support but saying she is "extremely under-qualified for the job," adding, "At this age (25) if something happens politically that I don't agree with, I need to go to my room and like not come out for, like, 7 days."
Originally posted 02/12/2015 12:25PM
The Daily ShowGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,The Daily Show on Facebook,Daily Show Video Archive Jon Stewart, as you may have heard, is retiring from The Daily Show.
Originally posted 02/11/2015 11:50AM
Left shark understudy? Life coach for troubled celebrities?
The Internet has been wondering what's next for Jon Stewart now that he's announced his retirement from The Daily Show after nearly two decades as host.
Turns out, social media has plenty of ideas – and retirement isn't among them.
Originally posted 02/11/2015 07:45AM
Jon Stewart announced Tuesday night that he'll be stepping down from The Daily Show when his current contract expires in September, to the dismay of most of the television-viewing populace. (Between this and Stephen Colbert's departure, it's not hard to imagine the flop sweat on certain executive floors at Comedy Central right now.)
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