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  • Comedy Central backs 'Daily Show's' Trevor Noah after questionable tweets

    Comedy Central is backing up its new “Daily Show” host, Trevor Noah, after his social media history came back to haunt him. Just a day after Comedy Central announced that Noah will succeed Jon Stewart as host of the satirical news program,...
  • Jon Stewart leaving Comedy Central at end of year

    Jon Stewart leaving Comedy Central at end of year
    UPDATES with Stewart's words of farewell and cultural impact: In a move that will rock Comedy Central to its core, the channel announced Tuesday that Jon Stewart is leaving at the end of the year. "For the better part of two decades, we have had the...
  • Jason Jones exits 'The Daily Show' to star in TBS comedy series

    Jason Jones exits 'The Daily Show' to star in TBS comedy series
    Here's another person who seems unlikely to succeed Jon Stewart at "The Daily Show": Jason Jones. Jones, the longtime correspondent on Comedy Central's nightly news spoof, announced Tuesday he's leaving the show to star in his own as-yet-untitled comedy...
  • Jon Stewart: Who will follow him?

    UPDATED: In the history of late-night television, Jon Stewart stands as a true innovator, and his run is coming to an end. He announced Tuesday night that he will be leaving "The Daily Show" after 17 years. "It is time for someone else," he said. ...
  • 'Tosh.0' reruns won't play in Orlando

    'Tosh.0' reruns won't play in Orlando
    UPDATED: Reruns of "Tosh.0," starring University of Central Florida grad Daniel Tosh, will start airing on Fox Television Stations in the fall. But not on Fox-owned WOFL-Channel 35 in Central Florida. And that's a shame because Tosh grew up in...
  • 'Daily Show's' Samantha Bee gets her own comedy show on TBS

    Longtime “Daily Show” correspondent Samantha Bee will host a new show on TBS that sounds like a potential competitor to Comedy Central’s flagship late-night show. The new series is still in an early development stage, but TBS said in a...
  • Stewart's exit is no joke at Comedy Central

    Stewart's exit is no joke at Comedy Central
    With Jon Stewart leaving his post on "The Daily Show," the joke may be on Comedy Central. The departure of Stewart — who announced on Tuesday that he will exit his signature mock-news program sometime later this year — presents the 24-year-...
  • Go ahead and laugh at these guys

    If a coworker's guffaw or Facebook post is about all that's making you grin lately, you might want to head out. And get out. Of your head. And into someone else's. "A comedy club is a unique experience, a date night or different evening out. And...
  • Sony launches TV service Playstation Vue, starting at $49.99 a month

    Sony launches TV service Playstation Vue, starting at $49.99 a month
    Sony Playstation is checking out the Vue. Sony Computer Entertainment on Wednesday launched its cloud-based TV service, called Vue, featuring such popular networks as CBS, Cartoon Network, CNN, Comedy Central, Food Network, Fox, NBC, TBS and Discovery...
  • Hannibal Buress show picked up by Comedy Central

    Hannibal Buress show picked up by Comedy Central
    Comedy Central has picked up an 8-episode TV series called "Why? With Hannibal Buress" from the Chicago-bred comic. The show, which will tape in front of a live audience, will feature Buress "answering the burning questions on his mind through stand-up,...
  • John Oliver will remain on HBO through 2017

    John Oliver will remain on HBO through 2017
    Check another name off that list of possible Jon Stewart replacements on "The Daily Show." HBO announced on Tuesday that it was renewing "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" for two more seasons, keeping the British comedian on the channel through 2017....