Trevor Noah is synonymous with ‘The Daily Show.’ He took the role from Jon Stewart in 2015 and had even extended his contract in 2017, but it looks like all good things must come to an end.
According to TMZ, Trevor Noah announced on his 7-year anniversary that he is leaving the show. While Comedy Central hasn’t worked out a date with Noah, the details of the plan are underway.
Noah has hosted the Grammy Awards, and also appeared in other forms of entertainment. He won the primetime Emmy Award and was nominated for a bunch of other awards.
The current Daily Show host has hosted the White House Correspondents Dinner and is a renowned name in the business. His work brought smiles to a lot of faces on primetime.
We are grateful to Trevor for our amazing partnership over the past seven years. As we look ahead, we’re excited for the next chapter in the 25+ year history of ‘The Daily Show.’
Comedy Central said the aforementioned to Noah’s commitments. Noah made it clear that his schedule is the reason behind this decision because the grind takes a toll on him.
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