HBO has announced that John Oliver will be hosting a new, weekly talk show on the network to start in 2014. The show, which will air on Sunday nights, is described as a topical comedy series.
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Jon Stewart took a leave of absence this summer from The Daily Show to film Rosewater, his directorial debut starring Gael García Bernal. Thursday night, however, he decided to check back in, skyping with temporary host John Oliver, beard and all.
Stewart took some time to clear up some rumors Oliver had been spreading about him. First…
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John Oliver debuted as temporary host of The Daily Show on Monday, and it was about as funny and easy of a transition as anybody could have hoped for.
Oliver, who will host the show for three months while Jon Stewart directs his debut feature, Rosewater, did his best to address the transition. (“Let’s just…
Last night, Jon Stewart hosted his final episode of The Daily Show before taking a three-month hiatus to film his directorial debut, Rosewater, starring Gael García Bernal. All Stewart wanted was to say a heartfelt goodbye, but his replacement, John Oliver, just couldn’t help himself.
Oliver’s fist show as host will be this coming Monday, June 10.
Comedy Central announced today that John Oliver will stand in as the guest host of The Daily Show starting June 10. Regular host, Jon Stewart, is taking a leave of absence to film Rosewater, which will be his directorial debut and tells the story of a BBC journalist who traveled to Iran in 2009 to cover the…