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Who Will Host After Trevor Noah of “The Daily Show”?

For over seven years, Trevor Noah has been hosting the popular late-night show, “The Daily Show.” His tenure has seen a resurgence in the show’s popularity and critical acclaim, leading to both new and old viewers tuning into the show each night.

When it comes to finding a replacement for Trevor Noah as host of “The Daily Show,” Comedy Central faces a daunting challenge. After all, the South African comedian has been widely praised for his easy-going style and sharp wit that has earned him an Emmy Award and much critical acclaim. But with Noah’s announced retirement, the search is now on for someone to take over the hosting duties of one of America’s most popular late-night comedy shows.

Who will take over The Daily Show?

If you’ve ever wondered who will take over “The Daily Show” after Trevor Noah‘s tenure, the answer is a bit of a mystery. Currently, Comedy Central has yet to announce any plans for who will be replacing the South African comedian when he steps down from hosting one day. However, there are some theories and educated guesses about who could be next in line for this prestigious role. 

Trevor Noah, the popular host of The Daily Show, announced his retirement from the program in October. His final episode aired on Thursday, December 8th, before the show takes a short break til January 17th.

As part of its “next chapter,” Comedy Central announced this week that Al Franken, Chelsea Handler, D. L. Hughley, Leslie Jones, John Leguizamo, Hasan Minhaj, Kal Penn, Sarah Silverman, Wanda Sykes, and Marlon Wayans would stand in as hosts of the late-night show beginning on Tuesday, January 17. According to the network, “Daily Show” reporters and contributors are also “set to host, with additional specifics to be released.”

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Al Franken, Kal Penn, Sarah Silverman and Hasan Minhaj

Chris McCarthy, president and chief executive officer of Paramount Media Networks, stated in an official statement, “As we enter Trevor’s final week, we want to thank him for his many contributions.” 

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McCarthy stated that they are striving to ensure that whoever hosts the show in the future can connect with fans outside of the cable-TV industry, similar to what Noah has done.

“We are very aware that the audience that watches us on linear differs significantly from the audience that watches us on social and streaming. I’m less concerned about how they watch us and more about ensuring that we stay true to the brand… and continue to be at the pinnacle of relevancy”.

The network intends to recreate the entire show for the foreseeable future. Although the network has yet to announce whether guest hosts will rotate indefinitely or whether a permanent, individual presenter will be appointed soon, it is expected that a decision will be made soon. The program airs weeknights at 11 p.m. local time and is available on Paramount+ the following morning.

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A Heartfelt Goodbye From Celebrities

The South African-born comedian leaves behind an impressive legacy of memorable moments from his six-year tenure as host. Many A-list celebrities have taken to social media to thank him for making them laugh and inspiring others with his thoughtful insights into global affairs. From Oprah to many prominent figures in the entertainment industry are expressing their gratitude for having worked with or been interviewed by Trevor Noah.

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