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The longtime host of the Comedy Central series announces his farewell episode will air on August 6.
'I don't want to be the guy to take over for Jon Stewart,' Colbert says during an event at the Tribeca Film Festival, adding, 'I would never, however successful I'd be, get underneath his shadow.'
Revealing reasons of his departure, the comedian who has hosted the Comedy Central show for 16 years says he has had 'moments of dissatisfaction.'
Noah, who joined the show as a correspondent in December 2014, is chosen as the new host to bring 'a fresh voice' to the Comedy Central show.
Noah, who just joined the Comedy Central show as a correspondent in December 2014, is reportedly considered as Stewart's replacement.
The WWE star makes a surprise appearance on Stewart's show to confront the host and invite him to appear on 'Raw' this coming Monday.
Stewart said Rollins' claim that he could make 'The Daily Show' 'watchable' was 'the biggest mistake (he's) ever made,' and the pro wrestler has responded to the comedian's comment.
Following wild speculation that she will be tapped to take over the reins on the Comedy Central late-night show, Williams says she's 'extremely under-qualified for the job.'
'Last night I was perusing the Internet. I guess my question to you is, did I die?' the comedian said when he returned to host his show on Wednesday night.
Stewart says after more than 16 years hosting the show, it's time for someone else to take over the job, but he still doesn't know when his last episode will air.
The network confirms that Jon Stewart will remain hosting the show until later this year, but provides no details on the reason behind his exit.
The 'Daily Show' host, while taking a jab at Williams for changing his Iraq story multiple times, criticizes media's hypocrisy on the matter.
The 'Daily Show' host promises to apologize on TV next week after admitting it was a 'sloppy' move to mention the Victorville case during the discussion of police shootings.
During an interview, Stephen questions Jon's patriotism, saying, 'Are you a 'Blame America First'?'
The 'Last Week Tonight' host returns to his old show to help Stewart promote his movie 'Rosewater' by interviewing the film's crew.