After 16 years, the host’s final episode of the Comedy Central satirical news show will air on Aug. 6
Jon Stewart’s long run as host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” comes to an end this week, leaving viewers to reflect on some of his best moments before Trevor Noah takes the helm.
In 16 seasons on the show, Stewart has displayed every side he has, from delivering scathing criticism of cable news, to indignant outrage at the federal government’s handling of Hurricane Katrina, to mournful hope in the days following September 11.
Stewart’s final, extra-long episode of “The Daily Show” is set to air Thursday, Aug. 6 at 11 p.m.
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