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Yes No Report this. Topics have varied widely; during the early years of the show they tended toward character-driven human interest stories such as Bigfoot enthusiasts.
Since Stewart began hosting in , the focus of the show has become more political and the field pieces have come to more closely reflect current issues and debates.
However, as the show began to gain popularity—particularly following its coverage of the and presidential elections—most of the subjects now interviewed are aware of the comedic element.
Since the invasion of Iraq , a common segment of the show has been dubbed " Mess O' Potamia ", focusing on the United States' policies in the Middle East, especially Iraq.
Since , under Stewart's tenure, the show went on the road to record week-long specials from the cities hosting the Democratic and Republican National Convention.
With Noah as host, one new recurring segment has been "What the Actual Fact", with correspondent Desi Lydic examining statements made by political figures during speeches or events.
Under Noah, the continuation of "Democalypse" and "Indecision" also took place with live shows after the Republican National Convention and Democratic National Convention.
In the show's third act, the host conducts an interview with a celebrity guest. Guests come from a wide range of cultural sources, and include actors, musicians, authors, athletes, pundits, policy experts and political figures.
Newsweek labeled it "the coolest pit stop on television". Prominent political guests have included U. The show has played host to former and current members of the Administration and Cabinet as well as members of Congress.
In a closing segment, there is a brief segue to the closing credits in the form of the host introducing " Your Moment of Zen ", a humorous piece of video footage without commentary that has been part of the show's wrap-up since the series began in Occasionally, the segment is used as a tribute to someone who has died.
Sometimes, before the "Your Moment of Zen", this segment is used for quick promotions. The host might promote the show that follows right after their broadcast, such as promoting the show midnight.
This time has also been used to promote films, books or stand-up specials that are affiliated with the host. In October , following The Colbert Report 's premiere, a new feature sometimes referred to as the toss was added to the closing segment in which Stewart would have a short exchange with "our good friend, Stephen Colbert at The Colbert Report ", which aired immediately after.
The two would have a scripted comedic exchange via split-screen from their respective sets. In , the "toss" was cut back to twice per week, and by was once a week before gradually being phased out.
It was used on the mid-term election night and again just before the final episode of The Colbert Report on December 18, , and returned upon the premiere of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.
Stewart then regularly tossed to Wilmore at the end of his Monday night episodes. The host sits at his desk on the elevated island stage in the style of a traditional news show.
The traditional guests' couch, which had been a part of the set since the show's premiere, was done away with in favor of simple upright chairs.
The change was initially not well-received, spawning a backlash among some fans and prompting a "Bring Back the Couch" campaign. The campaign was mentioned on subsequent shows by Stewart and supported by Daily Show contributor Bob Wiltfong.
On April 9, , the show debuted a new set. The projection screens were revamped with one large screen behind Stewart, while the smaller one behind the interview subject remained the same , a large, global map directly behind Stewart, a more open studio floor, and a J-shaped desk supported at one end by a globe.
The intro was also updated; the graphics, display names, dates, and logos were all changed. On September 28, , the show debuted a new set alongside the debut of Trevor Noah 's tenure.
According to Larry Hartman, Noah took a lot of inspiration from Stewart's set. The graphics, intro, theme music, lower thirds, logo, etc.
The show's writers begin each day with a morning meeting where they review material that researchers have gathered from major newspapers, the Associated Press , cable news television channels and websites, and discuss headline material for the lead news segment.
Throughout the morning they work on writing deadline pieces inspired by recent news, as well as longer-term projects.
By lunchtime, Noah — who describes his role as that of the captain of a team  — has begun to review headline jokes. The script is submitted by 3 pm, and at there is a rehearsal.
An hour is left for rewrites before a 6 pm taping in front of a live studio audience. The Daily Show typically tapes four new episodes a week, Monday through Thursday, forty-two weeks a year.
Aiming to parody conventional newscasts, it featured a comedic monologue of the day's headlines from anchor Craig Kilborn a well-known co-anchor of ESPN 's SportsCenter , as well as mockumentary style on-location reports, in-studio segments and debates from regular correspondents Winstead, Brian Unger , Beth Littleford , and A.
Whitney Brown. Common segments included "This Day in Hasselhoff History" and "Last Weekend's Top-Grossing Films, Converted into Lira ", in parody of entertainment news shows and their tendency to lead out to commercials with trivia such as celebrity birthdays.
A studio audience was incorporated into the show for its second season, and has remained since. The show was much less politically focused than it later became under Jon Stewart, having what Stephen Colbert described as a local news feel and involving more character-driven humor as opposed to news-driven humor.
While she wanted a more news-driven focus, the network was concerned that this would not appeal to viewers and pushed for "a little more of a hybrid of entertainment and politics".
There were reports of backstage friction between Kilborn and some of the female staff, particularly the show's co-creator Lizz Winstead.
Winstead had not been involved in the hiring of Kilborn, and disagreed with him over what direction the show should take. Somebody else put him in place.
There were bound to be problems. I viewed the show as content-driven; he viewed it as host-driven", she said. Comedy Central responded by suspending Kilborn without pay for one week, and Winstead quit soon after.
He claimed the "Five Questions" interview segment as intellectual property, disallowing any future Daily Show hosts from using it in their interviews.
Whitney Brown left the show shortly before him, but the majority of the show's crew and writing staff stayed on. Reruns were shown until Jon Stewart's debut four weeks later.
After the change, a number of new features were developed. The ending segment "Your Moment of Zen", previously consisting of a random selection of humorous videos, was diversified to sometimes include recaps or extended versions of news clips shown earlier in the show.
Stewart served not only as host but also as a writer and executive producer of the series. He recalls that he initially struggled with the Kilborn holdover writers to gain control of the show and put his own imprint on the show's voice, a struggle that led to the departure of a number of the holdover writers.
Their experience in writing for the satirical newspaper, which uses fake stories to mock real print journalism and current events, would influence the comedic direction of the show; Stewart recalls the hiring of Karlin as the point at which things "[started] to take shape".
Describing his approach to the show, Karlin said, "The main thing, for me, is seeing hypocrisy. People who know better saying things that you know they don't believe.
Under Stewart and Karlin The Daily Show developed a markedly different style, bringing a sharper political focus to the humor than the show previously exhibited.
Then-correspondent Stephen Colbert recalls that Stewart specifically asked him to have a political viewpoint, and to allow his passion for issues to carry through into his comedy.
Upon its return, Stewart opened the show with a somber monologue, that, according to Jeremy Gillick and Nonna Gorilovskaya, addressed both the absurdity and importance of his role as a comedian.
Commented Stewart:. They said to get back to work, and there were no jobs available for a man in the fetal position.
The view from my apartment was the World Trade Center. Now it's gone. They attacked it. This symbol of American ingenuity and strength and labor and imagination and commerce and it is gone.
But you know what the view is now? The Statue of Liberty. The view from the south of Manhattan is now the Statue of Liberty.
You can't beat that. Gillick and Gorilovskaya point to the September 11 attacks and the beginning of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq as the point at which Jon Stewart emerged as a trusted national figure.
During Stewart's tenure, the role of the correspondent broadened to encompass not only field segments but also frequent in-studio exchanges.
Under Kilborn, Colbert says that his work as a correspondent initially involved "character driven [field] pieces—like, you know, guys who believe in Bigfoot.
Colbert says that this change has allowed correspondents to be more involved with the show, as it has permitted them to work more closely with the host and writers.
The show's and election coverage, combined with a new satirical edge, helped to catapult Stewart and The Daily Show to new levels of popularity and critical respect.
In , the show was averaging nearly a million viewers, an increase of nearly threefold since the show's inception as Comedy Central became available in more households.
The move towards greater involvement in political issues and the increasing popularity of the show in certain key demographics have led to examinations of where the views of the show fit in the political spectrum.
He acknowledges that the show is not necessarily an "equal opportunity offender", explaining that Republicans tended to provide more comedic fodder because "I think we consider those with power and influence targets and those without it, not.
Stewart is critical of Democratic politicians for being weak, timid, or ineffective. He said in an interview with Larry King, prior to the elections, "I honestly don't feel that [the Democrats] make an impact.
They have forty-nine percent of the vote and three percent of the power. At a certain point you go, 'Guys, pick up your game.
Karlin, then the show's executive producer, said in a interview that while there is a collective sensibility among the staff which, "when filtered through Jon and the correspondents, feels uniform," the principal goal of the show is comedy.
On September 15, , Senator John Edwards became the first candidate to announce that they were running for president on the show, causing Jon Stewart to jokingly inform him that their show was "fake" and he might have to reannounce elsewhere.
During the next week, a revived version of the bill gained new life, with the potential of being passed before the winter recess.
According to Syracuse University professor of television, radio and film Robert J. Thompson, "Without him, it's unlikely it would've passed.
Due to the —08 Writers Guild of America strike , the show went on hiatus on November 5, Although the strike continued until February , the show returned to air on January 7, , without its staff of writers.
In an effort to fill time while keeping to the strike-related restrictions, the show aired or re-aired some previously recorded segments, and Stewart engaged in a briefly recurring mock feud with fellow late-night hosts Stephen Colbert and Conan O'Brien.
Starting in June , Jon Stewart took a twelve-week break to direct Rosewater , a drama about a journalist jailed by Iran for four months.
Show writer John Oliver replaced Stewart at the anchor desk for two months, to be followed by one month of reruns.
On February 10, , Stewart announced that he would be leaving the show later in the year. Comedy Central indicated in a statement that The Daily Show would continue without Stewart, saying it would "endure for years to come".
On June 25, , Comedy Central announced that to lead up to Stewart's final episode, it would hold "Your Month of Zen"—an online marathon streaming every episode of Stewart's tenure from June 26 to August 6, On August 5, , Stewart's longtime friend of 30 years comedian Louis C.
On August 6, , Stewart's final episode aired as an hour-long special in three segments. The first featured a reunion of a majority of the correspondents and contributors from throughout the show's history as well as a pre-recorded "anti-tribute" mocking Stewart from various frequent guests and "friends" of the show.
The second segment featured a pre-recorded tour of the Daily Show production facility and studio introducing all of the show's staff and crew.
The final segment featured a short farewell speech from Stewart followed by the final "Moment of Zen" being 'his own' moment of zen : a performance of " Land of Hope and Dreams " and " Born to Run " by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.
On September 14, , it was announced that Comedy Central had extended Trevor Noah's contract as host of The Daily Show for five years, through Ratings declined by about 37 percent at the start of Noah's tenure, and have gradually increased since then, only to once again fall down to the lowest ratings in 15 years in In addition to changes in the tone of the show, [ clarification needed ] Noah has also implemented stylistic changes to the show, with an updated set,  new graphics  and his monologue sometimes taking place while standing in front of a screen as opposed to sitting at the desk.
Trevor also increased the usage of more millennial-based references, impersonations and characterizations for his comedy on the show, due to his younger demographic and his ability to speak in multiple accents and eight languages.
Additional correspondents were added in Trevor Noah also avoided talking too much about Fox News , as Stewart was previously known for.
There are so many different choices. Half of it is online now. The way people are drawing their news is soundbites and headlines and click-bait links has changed everything.
The biggest challenge is going to be an exciting one I'm sure is how are we going to bring all of that together looking at it from a bigger lens as opposed to just going after one source—which was historically Fox News," Noah said at a press conference before the show's debut.
During the COVID pandemic , it was initially announced that starting March 16, , the show would do away with the live audience, like all other live shows were starting to do.
However, that day, Noah posted a short video explaining that they would not do that because of social distancing.
On March 21, , it was announced that this format would be moving to linear television beginning March 23, Following the discontinuation of Lights Out with David Spade in the timeslot following The Daily Show , Comedy Central announced the show would expand into a minute format.
This is the first time since Craig Kilborn's tenure at the show with this broadcast length. The show's correspondents have two principal roles: experts with satirical senior titles that Noah interviews about certain issues, or hosts of field reporting segments which often involve humorous commentary and interviews relating to a current issue.
The show has featured a number of well-known comedians throughout its run and is notable for boosting the careers of several of these.
Scott Dikkers , editor-in-chief of The Onion , describes it as a key launching pad for comedic talent, saying that "I don't know if there's a better show you could put on your resume right now.
Bee's husband Jason Jones , also a former correspondent, serves as executive producer for the show.
In June , actress-comedian Olivia Munn began a tryout period on the show as a correspondent. Her credentials were questioned by Irin Carmon of the website Jezebel , who suggested that Munn was better known as a sex symbol than as a comedian.
Wyatt Cenac had a tumultuous tenure on the show, revealing in a July interview on WTF with Marc Maron , that his departure stemmed in part from a heated argument he had with Jon Stewart in June over a bit about Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain.
Television ratings from show that the program generally drew 1. During the U. For this reason, commentators such as Howard Dean and Ted Koppel posited that Stewart served as a real source of news for young people, regardless of his intentions.
Peak popularity is in San Francisco; it's least popular in Alabama". The show's writers reject the idea that The Daily Show has become a source of news for young people.
Stewart argues that Americans are living in an "age of information osmosis " in which it is close to impossible to gain one's news from any single source, and says that his show succeeds comedically because the viewers already have some knowledge about current events.
A study published by Indiana University tried to compare the substantive amount of information of The Daily Show against prime time network news broadcasts , and concluded that when it comes to substance, there is little difference between The Daily Show and other news outlets.
The study contended that, since both programs are more focused on the nature of " infotainment " and ratings than on the dissemination of information, both are broadly equal in terms of the amount of substantial news coverage they offer.
As the lines between comedy show and news show have blurred, Jon Stewart has come under pressure in some circles to engage in more serious journalism.
Tucker Carlson and Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead have chastised Stewart for criticizing politicians and newspeople in his solo segments and then, in interviews with the same people, rarely taking them to task face-to-face.
In , Winstead expressed a desire for Stewart to ask harder satirical questions, saying, "When you are interviewing a Richard Perle or a Kissinger , if you give them a pass, then you become what you are satirizing.
You have a war criminal sitting on your couch—to just let him be a war criminal sitting on your couch means you are having to respect some kind of boundary.
During Stewart's appearance on CNN 's Crossfire , Stewart criticized that show and said that it was "hurting America" by sensationalizing debates and enabling political spin.
When co-host Carlson argued that Stewart himself had not asked John Kerry substantial questions when Kerry appeared on The Daily Show , Stewart countered that it was not his job to give hard-hitting interviews and that a "fake news" comedy program should not be held to the same standards as real journalism.
What is wrong with you? A study into the effect of The Daily Show on viewers' attitudes found that participants had a more negative opinion of both President Bush and then Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry.
Participants also expressed more cynical views of the electoral system and news media. While disillusionment and negative perceptions of the presidential candidates could discourage watchers from voting, Baumgartner and Morris say it is also possible that discontent could prompt greater involvement and that by following the show, viewers may potentially become more engaged and informed voters, with a broader political knowledge.
Rachel Larris, who has also conducted an academic study of The Daily Show , disputes the findings of Baumgartner and Morris.
Larris argues that the study measured cynicism in overly broad terms, and that it would be extremely hard to find a causal link between viewing The Daily Show and thinking or acting in a particular way.
Stewart himself says that he does not perceive his show as cynical. What we do, I almost think, is adorable in its idealism.
In July , Time magazine held an online poll entitled "Now that Walter Cronkite has passed on, who is America's most trusted newscaster?
In late , the National Annenberg Election Survey at the University of Pennsylvania ran a study of American television viewers and found that fans of The Daily Show had a more accurate idea of the facts behind the presidential election than most others, including those who primarily got their news through the national network evening newscasts and through reading newspapers.
Even when age and education were taken into account, the people who learned about the campaigns through the Internet were still found to be the most informed, while those who learned from comedy shows were the least informed.
In a survey released by the Pew Research Center in April , viewers who watch both The Colbert Report and The Daily Show tend to be more knowledgeable about news than audiences of other news sources.
The survey shows that changing news formats have not made much difference on how much the public knows about national and international affairs, but adds that there is no clear connection between news formats and what audiences know.
It has received two Peabody Awards for its coverage of the  and presidential elections. The Daily Show airs on various networks worldwide; in addition, an edited version of the show called The Daily Show: Global Edition is produced each week specifically for overseas audiences.
It has been airing outside of the U. Noah provides an exclusive introductory monologue in front of an audience, usually about the week's prevalent international news story, and closing comments without an audience present.
Its stories are not fact checked. Its reporters are not journalists. And its opinions are not fully thought through.
Between and , Westwood One broadcast small, ninety-second portions of the show to various radio stations across America.
In the United Kingdom and Ireland, the digital television channel More4 used to broadcast episodes of The Daily Show Tuesday through Friday evenings with the Global Edition , which is uncensored, airs on Mondays; regular episodes air the evening following their U.
More4 was the first international broadcaster to syndicate entire Daily Show episodes, though they made edits to the program due to content, language, length or commercial references.
The program was also available to watch via the internet video on demand service 4oD. However, the 'toss' to The Colbert Report was usually included even though it was aired on FX , another channel.
When The Daily Show was on hiatus, either re-runs or alternative content were aired. Since January , only the Global Edition is broadcast.
Free-to-air digital channel ABC2 began broadcasting the show without commercial breaks in March , but discontinued in January when The Comedy Channel obtained exclusive rights;  episodes were also available on the network's online service ABC iView shortly after airing.
When the show transitioned under Noah, OSN decided to wait a bit before airing the new show. Episodes of the U. The program is similar to the original, except with Dutch news and a Dutch view on international news.
The 'Dutch Edition' didn't make it past the test run of 12 episodes due to lack of viewers.
A spin-off, The Colbert Report , was announced in early May The show starred former correspondent Stephen Colbert, and served as Comedy Central's answer to the programs of media pundits such as Bill O'Reilly.
Colbert, Stewart, and Ben Karlin developed the idea for the show based on a series of faux television commercials that had been created for an earlier Daily Show segment.
They pitched the concept to Comedy Central chief Doug Herzog, who agreed to run the show for eight weeks without first creating a pilot.
Initial ratings satisfied Comedy Central and less than three weeks after its debut the show was renewed for a year.
On May 9, , it was announced that Larry Wilmore had been selected to host a show on Comedy Central to serve as a replacement for The Colbert Report.
It was produced by Busboy Productions. On August 15, , Comedy Central announced that Wilmore's show had been cancelled.
The show ended on August 18, , with a total of episodes. The show aired from September 25, , to June 28, Comedy Central announced that Klepper would be hosting a new primetime weekly talk show, Klepper , to debut in early From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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