Omarosa Manigault, White House aide and reality show villain, was scheduled to appear on Monday night’s episode of The Daily Show to promote her upcoming Say Yes to the Dress appearance. That sounds like a joke, but doesn’t everything these days if you don’t consider its apocalyptic implications?
President Obama spoke to The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah for what’s likely to be his final talk show appearance prior to the inauguration of his successor, a very large engorged tick that’s thrust his orange pincers into the core of American democracy.
Just a couple weeks after entertaining the effervescent terror of Tomi Lahren, Trevor Noah will sit down with President Obama for his last appearance on a late-night show as president.
As we continue to contemplate the whats, whys, and howwwwwwwws of the election of Donald Trump, Trevor Noah took the opportunity to lay into Nate Silver, the statistician whose FiveThirtyEight had been forecasting a Hillary Clinton victory for months. Will the following clip from last night’s Daily Show help you…
Jessica Williams is done at The Daily Show; her last episode will be Thursday. But don’t worry, she isn’t going far: she’s got a deal to develop her own show at Comedy Central.
Monday’s Supreme Court ruling safeguarding abortion rights was a major victory, finding that Texas was imposing a substantial and undue burden on both abortion providers and people seeking safe and legal abortion care. And what better way to celebrate than a winky tweet about all the people you’re gonna go jizz into?
Megyn Kelly is annoyed with The Daily Show. Specifically, their take on her interview with Donald Trump.
After a deeply satisfying exchange with Sen. Lindsey Graham, it was starting to seem like Trevor Noah might have gotten a hang of this interview thing, after all. Then again, maybe not!
Sen. Lindsey Graham went on The Daily Show last night to laugh about his surprising and bad decision to endorse Ted Cruz, and guys, it was an absolute romp from start to finish.
Tuesday night’s Daily Show was set to feature Chris Brown as the guest, according to a schedule posted online last week. Instead, Nick Cannon appeared, with little indication as to why the change was made. Except, uh, we can guess why the change was made.
In September, Vanity Fair ran a story in which 10 male late-night hosts were featured and referred to as, “all of the titans of late night television.” As expected, the internet blew up at the lack of women in the portrait, especially the absence of one particular fixture from late night TV. Samantha Bee, a longtime…
On Monday night, The Daily Show host Trevor Noah parsed how far-right Republicans are simultaneously pro-life and pro-guns. How can one be so upset about when life begins but so blasé about when it ends by doing little to restrict access to dangerous weapons? It boggles the mind!
Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie stopped by The Daily Show on Wednesday night and reminded America that he’s still in the race for the nomination. Did you know that or did you forget about him (and Bridgegate) too?
Trevor Noah did solidly swell in his debut as host of The Daily Show on Monday night. As with anyone inheriting a TV show for the first time, there were moderate levels of awkwardness, nervous adjustment and self-awareness. Appropriately, though, Noah started by extending gratitude to his predecessor, who bequeathed…
Perhaps you stumbled across a new and conspicuous Vanity Fair spread today. You know, the one featuring a photograph of all of the current late-night television hosts. You might even have noticed a striking similarity uniting said hosts. If you look closely, you’ll see that—I know this is a surprise—they’re ALL male!…
Hello, here’s a teaser for Trevor Noah’s upcoming gig hosting The Daily Show. It’s a beautiful slow motion promo soundtracked by Kanye West’s “Power.” The Trevor Noah era is upon us starting on September 28, when he officially inherits the desk of Jon Stewart. “Same chair, different ass,” according to the promo.
Despite its position as liberal watchdog and Jon Stewart’s persona as mensch-y everyman, his legacy at The Daily Show has been tainted by its perceived woman problem. Critics have pointed out that its female correspondents have been few and far-between, and the writing staff (as with every late night show) has…