Trevor Noah Announces He’s Leaving the ‘Daily Show’

After seven years of hosting The Daily Show After a period of political turmoil and a downturn in the TV industry, Trevor Noah has announced that he intends to leave the satirical show. Noah explains the decision in a video posted Daily program of social media, saying it was a conversation with writer and reporter Roy Wood, Jr. brought to his attention his long tenure as a presenter.

“It was absolutely amazing, it was something I never expected. I find myself thinking about time — everything we’ve been through, the Trump presidency, the pandemic, the journey of… more pandemics,” he said. “And I realized that after seven years, my time was up, but in the most beautiful way, to be honest. I love hosting, it’s one of my biggest challenges, it’s one of my greatest joys. “

Noah says his choice was partly motivated by his desire to travel more to do live comedies, especially after hosting the show from his New York apartment in COVID-19 quarantine period. “I spent two years in my apartment off the road, finished standing up, and when I got back there again I realized there was another part of my life that I wanted to continue exploring. break. I miss learning other languages, I miss other countries and participating in shows,” he said.

Noah was named Jon Stewart’s surprise successor in December 2014, just months after joining the show as a contributor, and he officially took over as manager on September 28. 2015. At the time, the South African was 31 years old. Comics isn’t a recognizable name on the outside, and many were surprised that Comedy Central didn’t come with a bigger domestic star to star in its flagship show. (New York Times reported that the network approached Chris Rock, Amy Poehler, and Amy Schumer before giving Noah the gig.) Since taking over, Noah has become a fixture in American pop culture, won a Primetime Emmy, hosted the Grammy Awards and the White House Correspondents Dinner, and wrote a best-selling autobiographical book.

In his GQ cover story interview from November 2020, Noah candidly talks about living with depression and anxiety, and how the show is structured The Daily Show very useful for navigating those problems. He also talks about how difficult it can be to maintain your mental health while touring comics. “When you’re a stand-up comedian, you don’t even notice signs of depression because you don’t have a 9-5. So one day you wake up at 4pm and you sleep all day, some day you can’t sleep until 4am and you think this is just a comedian’s life,” he said. “And then you realize it’s not normal – it controls you.”

Noah’s approach to interviewing, which involves measuring conversations with people with opposing views, such as Tomi Lahren, stands out in an era when political news has become more fragmented. and about asserting the beliefs of your target demographic. He also gives the show an international focus that adds new depth and dimension to its coverage. Trevor Noah Announces He’s Leaving the ‘Daily Show’

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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