Craig Kilborn hosted “The Daily Show” during its inaugural run from 1996 to 1998, but Stewart had a much longer run from 1999 to 2015. Noah’s tenure currently falls somewhere in between. , but again, it’s still unclear exactly if he’ll be involved. depart quickly or stick around a little longer. We sometimes hear advance notice that late-night hosts will retire a year or more before that actually happens. Such is the case for rival showrunner James Corden, who is expected to leave CBS’s “The Late Late Show” in 2023.
The departures of Corden and now Noah will further change the landscape of late-night television, with “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” also canceled just a few months ago. Bee, of course, started as a reporter on “Daily Show,” as did Stephen Colbert, who remains one of the few network holders along with Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel, at a time when the cord-cutting has reduced nightly viewership of late-night television shows on the ground.
I actually attended “The Daily Show” once in New York when Stewart was hosting and Colbert was a reporter, and although I haven’t kept up with the show much in recent years, Noah seems to be a guy. talented boys and I’m sure. he will land on his feet, just like Colbert did.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1032519/trevor-noah-is-leaving-the-daily-show-after-seven-years-as-host/ Trevor Noah is leaving the daily show after seven years as host