Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is currently vying for the title of the biggest jackass in the upcoming election and Trevor Noah managed to put it all into perspective during a recent Daily Show montage.
Trevor Noah made his debut on The Daily Show Monday night (Sept. 28), taking over the desk for departing host Jon Stewart. While Noah had mighty big shoes to fill in hosting the show, his debut opening monologue proves he had exactly what it takes to keep the show pushing forward.
As the revamped Daily Show is set to makes its big debut at the end of the month, Comedy Central is ensuring that the roster is air tight for Trevor Noah’s first impression for the world.
With Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report and a humorous final visit by President Barack Obama, it was only fitting for the Commander-In-Chief to visit the outgoing The Daily Show set. During the chat, Jon Stewart got news that his retirement plans might have to shift a bit if President Obama gets to have it his way.
On last night’s Daily Show, Jon Stewart had “nothing”: that’s how he initially summed up his frustration over the “gaping racial wound” in America and how ultimately nothing will be done in light of the massacre of nine Black churchgoers in South Carolina. Welcome to the club.
Trevor Noah has been embroiled in a brewing controversy that was sparked almost immediately after he was announced to take over hosting duties at Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. Noah’s Twitter feed and the jokes featured have been under scrutiny, but several stars have stepped up to defend the comedian in solidarity.
South African comedian Trevor Noah is learning a harsh lesson about American media, this after he’s been under constant criticism after the announcement that he’d be taking over hosting duties on The Daily Show. Noah’s Twitter history has been called into question, with some calling him a misogynist and anti-semitic.
With the announcement that South African comedian Trevor Noah will be taking over hosting duties for Comedy Central’s popular The Daily Show program, naturally people wanted to know more about him.
Jon Stewart run on The Daily Show is soon coming to a close but his successor is a pleasant surprise. South African comic Trevor Noah will take the reigns and replace Stewart, whenever he ends his 16 year tenure sometime this year.
Since its inception in 1996, we’ve seen The Daily Show evolve from Craig Kilborn’s vehicle to a by the numbers, nightly talk show, to the best political satire on TV. Yesterday, many a fan was understandably sad to hear Jon Stewart was leaving the flagship show after taking over hosting duties in 1999.
Jay Z has accomplished plenty of things in his career; founded Roc-a-fella Records, helped bring the Nets to Brooklyn, fathered Blue Ivy, etc. Nevertheless, FOX News decided to harp on the fact that he’s a former crack dealer as if it was the only facet of his life worth mentioning.
Jay Z’s Barneys backlash just won’t go away. The rapper, who has a upcoming business deal with the New York retailer, already issued a statement that he was simply waiting for all the pending facts to transpire, but folks won’t settle for the delay.
BET has big hopes for its late night offering, Don’t Sleep, and it doesn’t look like things are panning out as planned. The nightly show has been moved to a weekly installment, and bumped up from 30-minutes to a full hour.
President Obama made his way to The Daily Show with John Stewart for the sixth time since taking office, Thursday (Oct. 18), and explained why he lost the first debate against Mitt Romney. Wearing a pink wristband in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the POTUS admitted to having an “off night” during round one of a […]
BET is getting back into the news game, but with a twist. The cable network announced Thursday (April 12) that they are adding a late-night satirical news program “Don’t Sleep With T.J. Holmes,” to their line-up. While it is unclear as to what time the nightly show will air, it is scheduled to debut sometime […]