Trevor Noah announces his departure from The Daily Show after seven years

Trevor Noah has announced that he will step down as host of The Daily Show after seven years in charge.

he is a South African TV presenter and comedian who said the Comedy Central experience was “something I never expected” but he feels “like the time has come”.

Revealing the personal news on the latest episode of the US talk show, he said he was “filled with gratitude” and thanked audiences in the studio, at home and around the world.

“I remember when we first started, a lot of people didn’t believe in us – it was a crazy bet,” he said.

“It has been an amazing journey, every single one of you comes to support us every day, everyone has watched the show and it has grown around the world.

“I find myself filled with gratitude for the journey, it’s absolutely amazing, it’s something I never expected.”

He continued: “I realized after seven years, my time was up… but in the most beautiful way.

“I love hosting, it’s one of my biggest challenges, it’s one of my greatest joys.

“We laughed together, we cried together… but after seven years, I feel like it’s time you know?”

Noah says that “there’s another part of my life that I want to keep exploring” and that he wants to go back to “everywhere doing things”.

“I wanted to say thank you… because man, I never dreamed I would be here.”

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South African TV presenter and comedian says the experience on Comedy Central was ‘something I never expected’ (Aurore Marechal/PA Wire)

“I couldn’t do it without you and I wouldn’t want to without you. You made this one of the best experiences of my life. “

Noah took over as host of The Daily Show from American comedian Jon Stewart in September 2015, continuing to focus heavily on the subject of political satire and news-based satire.

During his own tenure, he made stylistic changes and added more millennial-based references, impersonations, and depictions to his comedy on the show.

Noah’s departure from the late-night show came to fame after British presenter James Corden, who announced in April that he would be leaving The Late Late Show in 2023. Trevor Noah announces his departure from The Daily Show after seven years

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