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The Daily Show has been an institution of late night TV in the U.S. with a number of different hosts, Trevor Noah took over hosting duties and continues to lead the show as a satire on television news programming. South African Noah took over the hosting duties of The Daily Show from Jon Stewart after spending a number of years as a contributor and actor performing on the show.

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah takes the format of a news show with Noah presenting from behind a news desk. Noah himself delivers an alternative take on the news and current events in a way that brings humor to the news and adds the opinion of himself and the writers on the show to the biggest stories of each day. Alongside making jokes about the news through Noah a team of correspondents provide a commentary on the latest news stories, which claim to be from locations around the world, but are usually located within the studio.

Guests do appear on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah on a regular basis and range from celebrities to writers and political heavyweights. Each guest is interviewed by Trevor Noah and face questions about their own work and the current news stories making headlines in the U.S. and around the world.

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah is a Comedy, Talk & Interview series that is currently running and has 2020 seasons (835 episodes). The series first aired on April 7, 2020. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.3.

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah is available for streaming on the Comedy Central website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Daily Show with Trevor Noah on demand at Comedy Central Philo, FuboTV, Sling, Google Play, iTunes, Comedy Central online.

Monday to Thursday 11:00 PM et/pt on Comedy Central
2020 Seasons, 835 Episodes
April 7, 2020
Comedy, Talk & Interview
8.3/10
Cast: Jon Stewart
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The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Full Episode Guide

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Law professor Sherrilyn Ifill; actor Ewan McGregor. Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.); rapper Big Sean. Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Actor Mark Ruffalo. Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Author Mychal Denzel Smith ("Stakes Is High: Life After the American Dream"). Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer and coach Doc Rivers; actor Keke Palmer. Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • RNC delegate Michael Albrecht. Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Tracee Ellis Ross ("black-ish"). Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Actor Eva Longoria. Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Actor-rapper Common; author Veronica Chambers. Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.). Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Dr. Peter Hotez; "United Shades of America" host W. Kamau Bell. Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.); actor-producer Michaela Coel ("I May Destroy You"). Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Trevor examines the life and legacy of Breonna Taylor, Michael Kosta learns about poop-based medical research, and "The Last Girl" author Nadia Murad talks about her fight against genocide.

  • Trevor Noah and The Daily Show correspondents tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch; correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Reggae artist Buju Banton. Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • President Trump finally wears a mask in public, Michael Kosta weighs in on safely reopening schools, and Hillary Clinton discusses the Hulu docuseries "Hillary" and more.

  • TV shows glorifying lawless cops face a backlash, Roy Wood Jr. talks to Dr. Juanakee Adams about protester vandalism of her business, and Jon Stewart discusses "Irresistible."

  • NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace reflects on the noose controversy, Trevor introduces Blacklexa, and John Legend talks about fighting for racial equality and his album "Bigger Love."

  • Trevor examines Black employment barriers, talks to "Evaluating Police Uses of Force" co-author Seth Stoughton and interviews D.L. Hughley about "Surrender, White People!"

  • President Trump's rally in Tulsa, OK, is a dud, Malcolm Jenkins discusses Black Lives Matter and Listen Up Media, and Laverne Cox talks trans representation and "Disclosure."

  • President Trump downplays COVID-19, Alphonso David discusses the Supreme Court's LGBTQ anti-discrimination ruling, and NFL quarterback Matt Ryan talks about his activism.

  • Jaboukie Young-White helps Michael Kosta become a better ally, Senator Tim Scott discusses police reform, and Gabrielle Union talks about the ubiquity of racism in America.

  • The Supreme Court rules to protect LGBTQ employees' rights, Stacey Abrams discusses "Our Time Is Now," and Alicia Keys talks about her new song "The Perfect Way to Die."

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Former vice president Joe Biden. Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Patrisse Cullors, Josie Duffy Rice, Sam Sinyangwe, Mychal Denzel Smith and Alex S. Vitale join Trevor for a panel on movements to radically reimagine policing in the U.S.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Teachers adapt to daunting COVID-19 challenges, Michael Kosta talks to Florida's Grim Reaper protester, and Taraji P. Henson discusses the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation.

  • Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas; the NBA's Chris Paul. Also: As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • President Trump claims to be on hydroxychloroquine, Jordan Klepper highlights counter-protesting nurses in North Carolina, and Kerry Moles and Brieanna Hayes discuss CASA-NYC.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from home; the World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The Daily Show correspondents weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Trevor Noah reports on the pandemic and the top stories from the comfort of his house.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch; the World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch; and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • Black Americans get hit hardest by COVID-19, Dulce Sloan roasts the backgrounds of news anchor footage, and Roxane Gay discusses her effort to help during the pandemic crisis.

  • Wisconsin holds its primary election despite the pandemic, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta cap off Trump's Best Word Bracket, and Trevor interviews IMF economist Gita Gopinath.

  • The coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes but Trevor still reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch. Jennifer Garner.

  • As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch, and The World's Fakest News Team weighs in on the crisis from a safe social distance.

  • The coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes but Trevor still reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch. Gretchen Whitmer.

  • Trevor and his correspondents try to determine what day it is, and Cleveland Cavaliers player Kevin Love discusses his efforts to keep arena workers paid during the pandemic.

  • Trevor likens President Trump to Joe Exotic from "Tiger King," Jaboukie Young-White interviews Dr. Peter Hotez, and California Governor Gavin Newsom discusses the coronavirus.

  • Renowned immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses the threat posed by COVID-19, and Trevor releases anti-tourism ads to keep people from visiting Florida, Alaska and Hawaii.

  • Trevor covers coronavirus news, Ronny Chieng gives a dispatch from Australia, and Dr. Vivek Murthy discusses challenges facing medical professionals and his book Together.

  • President Trump itches for a premature end to social distancing, Michael Kosta gets to know his neighbors via binoculars, and DJ D-Nice talks Homeschool at Club Quarantine.

  • Trevor covers global coronavirus news, Desi Lydic describes life as a round-the-clock parent, and Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta weigh in on Trump's Best Word Bracket.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with actor and executive producer, Octavia Spencer.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with rapper and actor, Dave Burd.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with authors Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi.

  • Trevor examines the "forever chemicals" problem, Dulce Sloan blasts America's lack of statues honoring women, and Los Angeles Sparks player Nneka Ogwumike discusses the WNBPA.

  • Trevor gives his next-day analysis of Super Tuesday, Lewis Black rails against the scourge of "sharenting," and activist Judith Heumann discusses her book "Being Heumann."

  • David Plouffe, former White House senior advisor & campaign manager to Barack Obama

  • Joe Biden pulls off a major primary victory in South Carolina, Roy Wood Jr. gives tips on avoiding the coronavirus, and actor Nina Dobrev discusses her movie "Run This Town."

  • Trevor Noah sits down with singer, songwriter of "Before Love Came to Kill Us," Jessie Reyez.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with author of Such a Fun Age, Kiley Reid.

  • Trevor examines the tenth Democratic presidential debate live; former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel discusses his book The Nation City.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Altered Carbon actor, Anthony Mackie.

  • Michael Bloomberg takes heat for his past defense of "stop and frisk," Roy Wood Jr. expounds on the Chitlin' Circuit, and Nick Kroll discusses his movie "Olympic Dreams."

  • Trevor covers the New Hampshire Democratic primary, Ronny Chieng examines Andrew Yang's exercise in universal basic income, and Lakeith Stanfield discusses "The Photograph."

  • Trevor welcomes recording artist Wale to The Daily Show to talk about his album "Wow That's Crazy."

  • Joe Biden targets Pete Buttigieg with a ruthless attack ad, Ronny Chieng examines the upcoming New Hampshire primary, and author Tochi Onyebuchi discusses "Riot Baby."

  • Trevor Noah sits down with New York Times Magazine staff writer and creator of The 1619 Project, Nikole Hannah-Jones.

  • Trevor and the World's Fakest News Team provide live coverage of President Trump's State of the Union speech, and PBS's "Firing Line" host Margaret Hoover gives her analysis.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Formula 1 driver, Daniel Ricciardo.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with filmmaker of Hair Love, Matthew A. Cherry.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with VOX co-founder and author of Why We're Polarized, Ezra Klein.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with actor and comedian, Ilana Glazer.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with author of Interior Chinatown, Charles Yu.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with visual artist, Kehinde Wiley.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with journalist and author, Kim Ghattas.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Awkwafina is Nora from Queens actor, BD Wong.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Civil Rights activist, historian and author, Mary Frances Berry.

  • Lev Parnas implicates President Trump in the Ukraine scheme, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. cover sports, and actor and comedian Susie Essman discusses "Curb Your Enthusiasm."

  • Trevor Noah sits down with "Grown-ish" actor and activist, Yara Shahidi.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with former GOP strategist and author, Rick Wilson.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with actor and comedian, David Alan Grier.

  • Wildfires wreak havoc in Australia, Jaboukie Young-White visits climate change-ravaged Arizona, and Miami Heat basketball player Jimmy Butler sits down with Trevor.

  • Mo Rocca, correspondent for “CBS Sunday Morning” & author

  • President Trump's targeted killing of Qassem Soleimani leads to chaos, Roy Wood Jr. braces for retaliation from Iran, and Ronan Farrow discusses his book "Catch and Kill."

  • Rep. Karen Bass, D-CA & chair of the Congressional Black Caucus

  • Trevor covers the Democratic debate live, Jaboukie Young-White and Desi Lydic try a product for overwhelmed voters, and The Intercept's Mehdi Hasan discusses the primaries.

  • Michael Kosta discusses Democrats' mournful approach to impeachment, Ronny Chieng tackles global warming's effects on the holidays, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II talks "Watchmen."

  • The black community faces a mental health treatment crisis, thieves steal millions of delivered holiday packages, and Miss Universe 2019 Zozibini Tunzi sits down with Trevor.

  • U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is elected in a landslide victory, Jordan Klepper embeds himself outside a PA Trump rally, and comedian Dan Soder discusses "Son of a Gary."

  • Trevor highlights rotten behavior by members of the Trump family, Dulce Sloan examines disheartening workplace studies, and Solange Knowles discusses "When I Get Home."

  • A report exposes official lies about the Afghanistan War, Ronny Chieng investigates body donation, and Lupita Nyong'o discusses "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" and "Sulwe."

  • President Trump faces impeachment articles, Lewis Black tackles misguided holiday pandering to Jewish people, and Alfre Woodard and Aldis Hodge discuss their film "Clemency."

  • Joe Biden loses his temper at an Iowa town hall, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta cover sports news, and actor Kelly Marie Tran discusses "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker."

  • Nancy Pelosi calls for drafting impeachment articles against President Trump, Jaboukie Young-White consults with the founding fathers, and John Lithgow discusses "Bombshell."

  • Underwater speakers help revitalize dying coral reefs, NATO leaders laugh at President Trump behind his back, and Brittany Howard talks about her debut solo album "Jaime."

  • President Trump clashes with French President Emmanuel Macron, Roy Wood Jr. gets an education in alternative meat science, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses "The Water Dancer."

  • Trevor tackles developments in the 2020 Democratic primary, Michael Kosta defends Joe Biden's "No Malarkey" messaging, and Mark Ruffalo discusses his movie Dark Waters.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with creator, writer, and actor, Lena Waithe.

  • Trevor and The Daily Show team analyze the Democratic debate live, and MSNBC anchor Alicia Menendez shares her thoughts on the race.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with actor, composer, and lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda of His Dark Materials.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Democratic presidential candidate, Tom Steyer.

  • Steve Ballmer, chairman of the L.A. Clippers, founder of USAFacts & former CEO of Microsoft & Jeff Garlin, comedian & actor

  • Impeachment hearings against President Trump go public, Jaboukie Young-White and Roy Wood Jr. try to sell Trump's childhood home, and Daniel Kaluuya discusses "Queen & Slim."

  • Former Trump administration officials churn out tell-all memoirs, Roy Wood Jr. highlights adorable animals in the news, and Noah Baumbach discusses his movie "Marriage Story."

  • Democrat Representative from Connecticut Jim Himes sits down with Trevor and actor Anna Kendrick stops by The Daily Show to talk about her movie "Noelle."

  • Trevor Noah sits down with actor, comedian, and author, Jenny Slate.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Democratic presidential candidate, Julián Castro.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with author, Edward Norton and Sen. Cory Booker.

  • Drug smugglers cut holes in President Trump's border wall, Elizabeth Warren takes heat from her 2020 Democratic rivals, and Colson Whitehead discusses The Nickel Boys.

  • Former first lady of the United States Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton (The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience).

  • Senator Amy Klobuchar (D), presidential candidate.

  • Trevor interviews the Chicago rapper, Noname, and discusses her project, Noname's Book Club.

  • Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke; actor Michelle Yeoh (Last Christmas).

  • Trevor Noah sits down with actor and director, Taika Waititi.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Cyntoia Brown and Ali Wong.

  • Trevor and the team dissect the October Democratic debate live, and CBS News special correspondent Alex Wagner offers her take.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with produce and DJ, Black Coffee.

  • California cuts power to hundreds of thousands to avoid wildfires, Turkey attacks America's Kurdish allies in Syria, and Sen. Rand Paul discusses "The Case Against Socialism."

  • China lashes out at the NBA over a team GM's support for Hong Kong protesters, Roy Wood Jr. talks to GOP presidential hopeful Bill Weld, and Will Smith discusses "Gemini Man."

  • Trevor Noah sits down with former National Security Advisor and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., Susan Rice.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with sexual assault survivor and author, Chanel Miller.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with professional gamer and author, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins.

  • Trevor highlights President Trump's unhinged border wall demands, Desi Lydic investigates a protest against Yelp, and Jacqueline Woodson discusses "Red at the Bone."

  • Time editor-at-large and author Anand Giridharadas (Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World).

  • Republican presidential hopeful and former Gov. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.).

  • Jameela Jamil, actor & activist - "The Good Place"

  • Nick Cannon, comedian, musician & host - "The Masked Singer"

  • Nancy Pelosi launches an impeachment inquiry, Ronny Chieng refuses to get his hopes up about President Trump's downfall, and California Governor Gavin Newsom stops by.

  • Edward Snowden, privacy advocate & author - "Permanent Record"

  • Jodi Kantor & Megan Twohey, New York Times reporters & authors - "She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement”

  • Bashir Salahuddin & Diallo Riddle, creators, executive producers, stars - "South Side"

  • Brett Kavanaugh is accused of sexual misconduct again, President Trump hints at war on behalf of Saudi Arabia, and Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor discusses "Just Ask!"

  • In this live episode, Trevor covers the third 2020 Democratic presidential debate, and New York Times opinion columnist Jamelle Bouie gives his take on the event.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with climate activist Greta Thunberg.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with the president of Microsoft and author, Brad Smith.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with food expert Antoni Porowski.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Gov. Steve Bullock and Tracee Ellis Ross.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with actor, writer, and director, Bill Hader.

  • President Trump makes bizarre claims about Hurricane Dorian, Roy Wood Jr. examines the Popeyes chicken sandwich craze, and Shameik Moore discusses "Wu-Tang: An American Saga."

  • The Daily Show takes a look at the shady business that rich people have been up to lately, including Robert Kraft’s prostitution charges and the college admissions bribery scandal.

  • The Daily Show celebrates correspondent Jaboukie Young-White's best work, including his trip to the Pittsburgh Equality March and his look at socialism's rising popularity.

  • The Daily Show looks at some of the ways women are combating sexism, including the battle against the pink tax and the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team's stand for equal pay.

  • The Daily Show puzzles over some of Donald Trump's most baffling attempts to explain how the world works, including his takes on 5G, windmills, trade deals and more.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Bill de Blasio and Jada Pinkett Smith.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with recording artist and songwriter Burna Boy.

  • Trevor welcomes U.S. Representative Ayanna Pressley to The Daily Show.

  • Hip-hop artist and criminal justice reform advocate Meek Mill visits The Daily Show to discuss his Amazon Prime docuseries "Free Meek."

  • Democrats blast President Trump for his inaction on white supremacy and guns, Sen. Michael Bennet discusses his White House bid, and Natasha Lyonne chats about "Russian Doll."

  • Mike Huckabee and Sean Hannity propose absurd solutions to America's mass shooting epidemic, and Marianne Williamson discusses her 2020 Democratic presidential campaign.

  • Trevor examines America's gun violence epidemic in the wake of mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, and actor Eva Longoria discusses "Dora and the Lost City of Gold."

  • A recording emerges of Ronald Reagan making racist remarks, Roy Wood Jr. explores seminal moments in hip-hop history, and Diane Guerrero discusses "Orange Is the New Black."

  • Trevor gives continued live coverage of CNN's Democratic debates, Michael Kosta hobnobs with candidates and reporters, and MSNBC political analyst Cornell Belcher stops by.

  • Trevor and The World's Fakest News Team go live after the Democratic debate to recap the biggest moments, and New York Magazine's Olivia Nuzzi offers her take on the night.

  • Trevor gives a rundown of President Trump's latest beefs, Dulce Sloan reacts to findings from relationship studies, and actor Angela Bassett discusses her role in "Otherhood."

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Democratic presidential candidate, Andrew Yang.

  • Robert Mueller testifies about his Trump-Russia investigation before Congress, Lewis Black highlights dangers facing beachgoers, and actor Gina Torres discusses "Pearson."

  • Trevor Noah sits down with comedian and talk show host, David Spade.

  • President Trump advocates for rapper A$AP Rocky's release from Swedish jail, Ronny Chieng sounds off about expensive auction items, and actor Jamie Bell discusses "Skin."

  • Rep. Ilhan Omar becomes the target of a racist chant at a Trump rally, Puerto Ricans protest government corruption, and Isha Sesay discusses "Beneath the Tamarind Tree."

  • Democrats and Republicans spar over President Trump's racist tweets, Michael Kosta reacts to footage of Trump partying with Jeffrey Epstein, and artist Nelson Makamo stops by.

  • The House condemns President Trump's racist tweets, Michael Kosta investigates a personhood initiative for Lake Erie, and rapper Nas talks about his album "The Lost Tapes 2."

  • The FBI raids Jeffrey Epstein's New York City mansion, a major blackout rocks Manhattan, and fashion designer Dapper Dan discusses his memoir "Dapper Dan: Made in Harlem."

  • The Daily Show salutes Dulcé Sloan’s finest work, from her take on black women’s support of Joe Biden to their call for equal pay.

  • The Daily Show pays tribute to Michael Kosta’s best work, including his case for reparations and his look at how Trump supporters feel about the Space Force.

  • The Daily Show looks back at the wildest recent animal news, including a tiger left in an abandoned house, a dog that can do CPR and a pair of gay lions.

  • The Daily Show highlights Fox News at its most outrageous, including Sean Hannity losing it over Cory Booker’s veganism and Laura Ingraham’s feud with Pete Buttigieg.

  • Trevor Noah and the team recap the biggest moments from the second Democratic presidential primary debate with former Gov. Howard Dean.

  • Trevor Noah and the team recap the biggest moments of the first Democratic presidential primary debate with FiveThirtyEight senior writer Perry Bacon Jr.

  • Bernie Sanders rolls out a plan to cancel student loan debt, Jaboukie Young-White examines a fight for civics education in Rhode Island, and Olivia Munn discusses "The Rook."

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Elaine Welteroth, journalist and author of More Than Enough: Claiming Space For Who You Are (No Matter What They Say).

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Olympic skier, Lindsey Vonn.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with star and creator of Alternatino with Arturo Castro.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Democratic National Committee Chair, Tom Perez.

  • Trevor Noah sits down with Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund.

  • Trevor welcomes U.S. Representative and Democratic presidential candidate Tim Ryan to The Daily Show.

  • Actor Tessa Thompson stops by The Daily Show to talk about her movie, "Men in Black: International."

  • Democratic presidential candidates descend on Iowa, President Trump cancels his Mexico tariffs, and actor Danielle Brooks chats about her Shakespeare in the Park experience.

  • Trevor examines the life and career of Elizabeth Warren, President Trump's tweets lose their punch, and James Corden discusses "The Late Late Show" and the 2019 Tony Awards.

  • Trevor highlights U.K. politician Boris Johnson, Lewis Black rails against the CBD craze, and Randall Park chats about his Netflix movie "Always Be My Maybe."

  • President Trump continues his controversial U.K. visit, Jaboukie Young-White talks socialism with Sen. Bernie Sanders, and author Amber Scorah discusses "Leaving the Witness."

  • Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-CA - Democratic presidential candidate

  • Top Democrats support impeaching President Trump, Neal Brennan calls on Democrats to be as ruthless as Republicans, and Christian Siriano talks fashion and "Project Runway."

  • Author and former Second Lady of the United States Dr. Jill Biden visits The Daily Show to discuss her book, "Where the Light Enters."

  • Trevor Noah sits down with actor and producer, Reese Witherspoon.

  • President Trump has a major beef with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Dulce Sloan weighs in on Ben Carson's job security, and Wyatt Cenac discusses "Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas."

  • Journalist and author Rachel Louise Snyder joins Trevor Noah to talk about her new book.

  • Democratic presidential hopefuls take varying approaches to Fox News, Michael Kosta talks to a man who helped legalize nunchucks, and Ava DuVernay discusses "When They See Us."

  • New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand visits Trevor Noah.

  • Writer and director Mark Jonathan Harris stops by The Daily Show to discuss his HBO documentary "Foster."

  • Trevor welcomes supermodel, entrepreneur and media mogul Tyra Banks to The Daily Show.

  • Valerie Jarrett, former senior adviser in the Obama White House, author of Finding My Voice: My Journey to the West Wing and the Path Forward.

  • Comedian and actor Eddie Izzard visits The Daily Show to talk about his "Eddie Izzard: Wunderbar" tour.

  • Trevor sits down with actor and producer Charlize Theron to talk about her movie "Long Shot."

  • Author, comedian and activist Chelsea Handler stops by The Daily Show to talk about her book "Life Will Be the Death of Me."

  • Actor, director and activist Jesse Williams visits The Daily Show to talk about his ABC series "Grey's Anatomy."

  • Mayor of South Bend, Ind., and Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg.

  • Writer, actor and producer Ryan O'Connell visits The Daily Show to talk about his Netflix series "Special."

  • Trevor sits down with Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation co-chair and author Melinda Gates to discuss her book, "The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World."

  • Senior Politico writers Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer stop by to talk about their new book "The Hill to Die On."

  • The Mueller report describes President Trump in panic mode, Ronny Chieng reacts to proposed climate change solutions, and Nobel Prize nominee Amanda Nguyen discusses Rise.

  • Recording artist Lizzo stops by The Daily Show to talk about her album "Cuz I Love You."

  • Maxine Waters smacks down Steve Mnuchin, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to Democratic presidential candidates' black voter outreach, and Oprah Winfrey discusses "The Path Made Clear."

  • Abby Wambach, U.S. Soccer Olympic Gold Medalist, activist & author

  • President Trump fires Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, Trevor profiles Federal Reserve Board nominee Herman Cain, and David Oyelowo discusses "Les Miserables."

  • Sen. Bernie Sanders - Democratic presidential candidate

  • Lori Lightfoot becomes Chicago's first black female mayor, Trevor examines President Trump's bitter hatred of windmills, and PJ Morton discusses his album "Gumbo Unplugged."

  • A whistleblower sounds the alarm about security clearances in the Trump administration, spring break spirals out of control in Miami, and Marsai Martin chats about "Little."

  • Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-NY - Democratic Caucus chairman

  • Trevor examines the phenomenon of snowplow parenting, Desi Lydic investigates gender price discrimination, and Lupita Nyong'o discusses her dual role in the movie "Us."

  • Dr. Jennifer L. Eberhardt, social psychologist at Stanford University & author

  • Democrats demand the release of the Mueller report, Trevor gives a rundown of high-profile screwups, and Bobby Hall (a.k.a. Logic) discusses his debut novel "Supermarket."

  • Trevor and Roy Wood Jr. react to Robert Mueller's report clearing President Trump of Russian collusion, and Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer reflect on the end of Broad City.

  • Planned Parenthood President Dr. Leana Wen stops by The Daily Show.

  • Trevor welcomes Representative Will Hurd to The Daily Show.

  • Will Packer, filmmaker & executive producer - "The Atlanta Child Murders"

  • Gov. Jay Inslee, D-WA, Democratic Presidential Candidate

  • Ronny Chieng talks about universal income with 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang, Dulce Sloan reacts to bizarre police initiatives, and Jacob Tobia discusses "Sissy."

  • Karamo Brown, culture expert on “Queer Eye” & author

  • Padma Lakshmi, author / activist / executive producer / host - “Top Chef”

  • Beto O'Rourke remains coy about running for president in 2020, President Trump refers to Tim Cook as "Tim Apple," and author Rutger Bregman discusses "Utopia for Realists."

  • The Daily Show provides an update on Robert Mueller’s investigation and Donald Trump’s suspicious string of pro-Russian stances.

  • The Daily Show looks back at President Trump's mismanagement of the longest shutdown in American history.

  • Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un's nuclear summit breaks down, Roy Wood Jr. examines the history of the "magical negro" in cinema, and musician Gary Clark Jr. stops by.

  • Michael Cohen goes before Congress to call Donald Trump racist and corrupt, Lewis Black criticizes anti-vaxxers, and Angie Thomas discusses her book "On the Come Up."

  • President Trump meets with Kim Jong-un in Vietnam, two women who left their home countries to join ISIS fight to return, and John Legend performs "Preach."

  • Singer R. Kelly faces jail time for sexual abuse, Roy Wood Jr. meets preteen political commentators, and director Chiwetel Ejiofor discusses "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind."

  • Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider join Trevor to talk about their new Comedy Central show, The Other Two.

  • President Trump is accused of meddling in the Michael Cohen investigation, Trevor examines America's opioid crisis, and Senator Kamala Harris discusses "The Truths We Hold."

  • Senator Bernie Sanders joins the 2020 presidential race, Jaboukie Young-White weighs in on Jussie Smollett's alleged attack, and Trevor sits down with NBA star Enes Kanter.

  • Surprising details emerge about Jussie Smollett's alleged attack, President Trump declares a national emergency, and director Bing Liu discusses "Minding the Gap."

  • Trevor reflects on the one-year anniversary of the Parkland shooting, Roy Wood Jr. looks back at black contributions to music, and author Chris Wilson talks "The Master Plan."

  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal sparks outrage, Bricky the Border Wall heads to Texas, and director RaMell Ross talks "Hale County This Morning, This Evening."

  • Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam addresses his blackface scandal in a CBS interview, Sen. Amy Klobuchar enters the 2020 race, and actor Phoebe Robinson discusses "2 Dope Queens."

  • Democrats tease their potential 2020 presidential campaigns, Michael Kosta investigates competitive video gaming, and actor Danai Gurira discusses "The Walking Dead."

  • Trevor Noah and the World’s Fakest News Team break down President Trump’s State of the Union address live.

  • Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam comes under fire for allegedly appearing in blackface, President Trump defends his plans for Syria, and Colin Quinn talks "Red State Blue State."

  • Trevor welcomes U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar to The Daily Show.

  • Ronny Chieng explains climate change as a cold front hits the Midwest, President Trump attacks his own intelligence agencies, and Chris Christie chats about "Let Me Finish."

  • Howard Schultz announces a possible presidential run, Desi Lydic finds out how environmental racism is affecting a Colorado school, and Ellevest CEO Sallie Krawcheck stops by.

  • The government reopens after the longest shutdown in U.S. history, Trump aide Roger Stone is indicted by Robert Mueller's investigation, and Mo Amer discusses "The Vagabond."

  • Chuck Todd, NBC News political director & moderator - “Meet The Press”

  • Nancy Pelosi asks President Trump to postpone the State of the Union, Roy Wood Jr. investigates black cowboys taking on gang violence, and Joe Morton talks "God Friended Me."

  • Democratic presidential hopefuls address their controversial pasts, Ronny Chieng calls out an Oscar snub, and Amanda Seales discusses her stand-up special "I Be Knowin'."

  • A teen's standoff with a Native American leader goes viral, Dulce Sloan reflects on Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy, and "I Am the Night" director Patty Jenkins stops by.

  • Michael Kosta sees crowdfunding as a solution to the government shutdown, Jaboukie Young-White tries out a Trump-inspired credit card, and Don Cheadle talks "Black Monday."

  • Nancy Pelosi calls on President Trump to postpone his State of the Union address, Lewis Black targets new state laws, and Keegan-Michael Key discusses "Friends from College."

  • Trevor investigates the racist rhetoric of Rep. Steve King, Ronny Chieng weighs in on the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show, and author Tressie McMillan Cottom discusses "Thick."

  • Trevor highlights three Democrats running for president in 2020, President Trump's dubious grasp of Civil War history is dramatized, and Derek Waters discusses Drunk History.

  • The Daily Show looks at the day's top headlines through a sharp, reality-based lens. Along with the help of The Best News Team, host Trevor Noah covers the biggest news stories in politics, pop culture and more.

  • President Trump delivers a fearmongering Oval Office address, Desi Lydic reacts to Jeff Bezos's impending divorce, and Barry Jenkins discusses "If Beale Street Could Talk."

  • President Trump flirts with declaring a state of emergency, Michael Kosta investigates a gun festival in Switzerland, and Marc Mauer discusses his book "The Meaning of Life."

  • Michael Kosta suits up for the government shutdown, Roy Wood Jr. examines R. Kelly's surge in popularity, and Malala Yousafzai discusses "We Are Displaced" and Malala Fund.

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