Trevor Noah Exit from ‘Daily Show’

Trevor Noah is nearing his last laugh on “The Daily Show.” “We are grateful to Trevor for our wonderful partnership over the past seven years. With no timetable for his departure, we are working on the next steps together,” the network said in a statement.Noah has worked diligently to make the program his own, after hours in court with various media influencers, and creating new “daily” formats.

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The comedian, who came out of almost oblivion to take over the program from Jon Stewart in 2015, is planning to exit the major Comedy Central series after a seven-year stint that transformed him for a new generation of viewers. Of course, people who are more at home on social media are cable outlets and broadcast networks.

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The comedian

Travor Noah Plan Revealed

According to two people familiar with the matter, Noah revealed his plans to an audience on Thursday evening at a taping of the event in New York. It was not immediately clear when his actual exit would take place, or whether Paramount Global Cable Network had begun considering a successor. Noah's representative Jill Fritzo could not be immediately reached for comment.

Network Statement

“We are grateful to Trevor for our wonderful partnership over the past seven years. With no timetable for his departure, we are working on the next steps together,” the network said in a statement. We The Daily Excited for the next chapter in the show's 25+ year history as it continues to redefine culture through scathing and hilarious social commentary, helping viewers understand what's around us. does."

TV’s Late Night Rouster

Noah's plans to get off the surface as TV's late-night roster begins to shrink. Yes, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel still show up every weekday at around 11:30 p.m. Daily headlines poke fun at and celebrity impressions and stunts, but they have few rivals. At Warner Bros. Discovery, executives have canceled late night shows led by both Samantha Bee and Conan O'Brien, and made no effort to replace both.

Comedy Central once boasted three separate shows led by Stewart, Colbert, and Chris Hardwicke. Now the cable network has come down to just one. Showtime's "Desus & Mero" recently stopped production. James Corden has already indicated that he plans to withdraw from CBS's "The Late Late Show" next year, and NBC will now air 1:30 p.m. comedy programming after splitting with Lilly Singh in 2021. is not in business.

Gutfeld

One exception is Fox News Channel's "Gutfeld", in which host Greg Gutfeld leads a roundtable that hashes out the day's news and ties the "Daily Show" time slot. The show, which attracts a different audience than Comedy Central, has seen a growth in the time span.
Gutfeld
Fox channel’s Gutfeld

Comedy Central has several potential

There are several potential replacements for Noah on Comedy Central's roster. The host works with a large circle of fake "correspondents" that includes mainstays such as Desi Lydick, Roy Wood Jr., Ronnie Cheung, Michael Costa, and Dulce Sloan.
Jordan Klepper, who once hosted "The Opposition", a show that follows "The Daily", is a regular contributor, and has gained traction online for areas in which he meets and greets conservatives at rallies. Ask questions about the state of the nation. Comedy Central is also working with Charlemagne Tha God on a weekly showcase that mixes comedy, commentary and news.

Noah Hosted

Noah has worked diligently to make the program his own, after hours in court with various media influencers, and creating new "daily" formats. His joke with the audience during the commercial break became fodder for social-media clips. During the coronavirus pandemic,Noah hosted the show from his apartment, leaning toward more serious topics and interviews in the belief that his audience—smaller than those watching his competitors on the broadcast network—was interested in a more serious discussion. The show went on hiatus in the summer of 2021 to return to a more normal mode of production.

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But the comedian handled the program under intense scrutiny. Stewart, who had inherited the "Daily Show" from Craig Kilborn in 1999, turned it into an institution that examined how the news media presented stories. When Noah took the seat, he faced a difficult transition.
 "I would say the first two years were terrible — and it was terrible because I took over one of America's most beloved institutions," he told Variety in 2020. "And even though Jon Stewart handed me the reins, it was essentially a year people told me I shouldn't work and I didn't deserve to be in that seat. And I kept believing in that."
You step into this new role and you're doing a new job and most of the first year was just trying to stay afloat, just trying not to get canceled and trying to find a foothold. And the analogy I use is trying to learn how to fly a plane while the plane is flying. Every day felt the same way."

Noah Exit Means

Noah's exit means late nights will be less varied, especially after the exit of Bee and Singh and the end of the "Desus and Mero" program on Showtime. This dynamic could play a role in how Comedy Central executives choose to proceed.


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