Watch The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

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.

Monday to Thursday 11:00 PM et/pt on Comedy Central
4 Seasons, 511 Episodes
September 28, 2015
Comedy, Talk & Interview
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The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Full Episode Guide

  • Georgia voters face disenfranchisement ahead of the midterms, Ronny Chieng sounds off on the latest tech advancements, and Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton stops by.

  • President Trump defends Saudi Arabia, Dulce Sloan meets with Indiana congressional candidate Jeannine Lee Lake, and Julian Castro discusses "An Unlikely Journey."

  • Actor Melissa McCarthy stops by The Daily Show to talk about her movie "Can You Ever Forgive Me."

  • Actor Amandla Stenberg sits down with Trevor to talk about her movie "The Hate U Give."

  • Kanye West visits the White House, Jaboukie Young-White explains how the voting system caters to older people, and Nicole Chung discusses her memoir "All You Can Ever Know."

  • U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley steps down on surprisingly good terms, Roy Wood Jr. breaks down Georgia's gubernatorial race, and pro wrestler John Cena discusses "Elbow Grease."

  • CHIEF NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE & AUTHOR

  • The FBI completes its investigation of the sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, Desi Lydic infiltrates the Girl Scouts, and actor Riz Ahmed discusses "Venom."

  • Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist, director of the Hayden Planetarium & author

  • Lester Holt, anchor of NBC Nightly News and NBC's Dateline

  • Carol Anderson, Emory University Professor & author

  • Emotions run high as Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, and America Ferrera discusses her book "American Like Me."

  • Brett Kavanaugh faces a third sexual misconduct allegation, Roy Wood Jr. goes to extremes to bridge America's partisan divide, and Bill Gates discusses Goalkeepers.

  • Artist and musician M.I.A. stops by The Daily Show to talk about her documentary "Matangi/Maya/M.I.A."

  • A second woman accuses Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. tackle sports headlines, and Jenny Han discusses "To All the Boys I've Loved Before."

  • Roy Wood Jr. comes up with a sci-fi solution for a racially charged problem, Desi Lydic addresses helicopter parenting, and Tracey Ullman discusses "Tracey Ullman's Show."

  • Controversy swirls around Bert and Ernie's sexuality, Brett Kavanaugh faces sexual assault allegations, and Eli Saslow and Derek Black discuss "Rising Out of Hatred."

  • President Trump's nightly chats with Sean Hannity wreak havoc, Laura Ingraham defends the separation of migrant families, and Trump delivers a wild rant on "Fox & Friends."

  • José Andrés, chef, founder & chairman of World Central Kitchen and author

  • The East Coast braces itself for Hurricane Florence, Roy Wood Jr. investigates structural racism in Boston, and Anna Kendrick chats about her role in "A Simple Favor."

  • Trevor welcomes musician Mitski to The Daily Show to talk about her album "Be The Cowboy."

  • Barack Obama takes aim at President Trump, Senator Amy Klobuchar discusses "Nevertheless, We Persisted," and Cleveland Cavaliers player Kevin Love sits down with Trevor.

  • Conservatives claim to be censored by Facebook and Twitter, Senator Kamala Harris grills Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses "The Deuce."

  • An anonymous White House official blasts President Trump in the New York Times, Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court hearings continue, and CNN's April Ryan discusses "Under Fire."

  • Trevor examines high-profile boycotts, tensions rise at Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation hearing, and DeRay Mckesson discusses "On the Other Side of Freedom."

  • Artist and musician M.I.A. stops by The Daily Show to talk about her documentary "Matangi/Maya/M.I.A."

  • Author Jenny Han visits The Daily Show to discuss her book and Netflix movie "To All The Boys I've Loved Before."

  • Trevor welcomes comedian and actor Jimmy O. Yang to The Daily Show to talk about his movie "Crazy Rich Asians."

  • Dulce Sloan demands equal pay for black women, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan takes a few pages from the Trump playbook, and Omarosa Manigault Newman talks "Unhinged."

  • Writer and director Spike Lee stops by The Daily Show to talk about his movie "BlacKkKlansman."

  • Trevor welcomes March For Our Lives activists Emma Gonzales and Matt Deitsch to The Daily Show to discuss the Road to Change Tour.

  • Rapper, record producer and actor Big Boi stops by The Daily Show to talk about his album "Boomiverse."

  • Former Trump campaign official Rick Gates testifies against Paul Manafort, Hasan Minhaj explores the history of presidential pardons, and "Dog Days" star Rob Corddry stops by.

  • Author and Georgia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams sits down with Trevor to discuss her book, "Minority Leader: How to Lead from the Outside and Make Real Change."

  • Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort goes on trial, Attorney General Jeff Sessions creates a Religious Liberty Task Force, and A$AP Rocky discusses his album "Testing."

  • The debate over 3D-printed "ghost guns" heats up, Jim Jordan runs for House Speaker amid a sexual assault scandal, and Michael McFaul discusses "From Cold War to Hot Peace."

  • Beyonce takes over a cover issue of Vogue, Michael Kosta weighs in on the GOP's latest proposed tax cut for the rich, and Skylar Grey chats with Trevor about her music career.

  • Rudy Giuliani attempts to smear Michael Cohen, Trevor announces the book version of "The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library," and MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell stops by.

  • President Trump tries to undo the effects of his own policies, a global heat wave alarms scientists, and New York congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez stops by.

  • Audio of an exchange between Donald Trump and Michael Cohen raises eyebrows, Roy Wood Jr. meets online victims of mistaken identity, and Bo Burnham discusses "Eighth Grade."

  • The Trump administration targets environmental protection laws, Desi Lydic investigates Staten Island's deer problem, and Michael Scott Moore talks "The Desert and the Sea."

  • President Trump tweets an all-caps threat to Iran's president, Roy Wood Jr. and Ronny Chieng react to bizarre baseball news, and Tip "T.I." Harris talks "The Grand Hustle."

  • Michael Kosta reacts to the arrest of alleged Russian agent Maria Butina, Roy Wood Jr. highlights conspiracy theories, and Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal talk "Blindspotting."

  • Journalist Annie Lowrey, author of Give People Money: How a Universal Basic Income Would End Poverty, Revolutionize Work and Remake the World.

  • President Trump walks back his comment supporting Russia over the U.S., Ronny Chieng tackles a chicken coop craze among millionaires, and Wiz Khalifa talks "Rolling Papers 2."

  • President Trump cozies up to Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Gina Yashere reacts to Trump's disastrous visit to the U.K., and Boots Riley discusses his film "Sorry to Bother You."

  • Hasan Minhaj reacts to Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement, Trevor highlights progress for LGBTQ rights, and Darnell L. Moore discusses "No Ashes in the Fire."

  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez beats Joe Crowley in New York's primary election, Michael Kosta examines the political perils of anti-Trump rhetoric, and Janet Mock discusses "Pose."

  • Trevor welcomes "The President is Missing" authors Bill Clinton and James Patterson to The Daily Show.

  • A Virginia restaurant ejects Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a white woman calls the cops on an eight-year-old black girl, and J. Prince discusses "The Art & Science of Respect."

  • Racists organize a White Civil Rights rally in Washington, D.C., Desi Lydic tackles cable news panels, and Mike Shinoda discusses his album "Post Traumatic."

  • Musician Dan Reynolds of the documentary Believer.

  • Becca Heller, director and co-founder of the International Refugee Assistance Project.

  • Representative Karen Bass of California visits The Daily Show.

  • Russia goes on a charm offensive while hosting the World Cup, Roy Wood Jr. learns about how police are targeting immigrants, and Mike Colter discusses "Marvel's Luke Cage."

  • A high-climbing raccoon rocks the internet, Lewis Black looks at how U.S. schools are preparing for potential mass shootings, and Ian Bremmer discusses "Us vs. Them."

  • President Trump heaps praise on dictator Kim Jong-un during a historic U.S.-North Korea summit, and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti sits down with Trevor.

  • A Saudi fashion show finds a novel use for drones, President Trump spars with G7 allies, and Trevor chats with BriGette McCoy, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Don Christensen.

  • EPA chief Scott Pruitt takes heat for possible ethics violations, the NFL's Malcolm Jenkins silently fires back at President Trump, and Regina King discusses "Seven Seconds."

  • Trevor highlights how Facebook thrives on polarization, Ronny Chieng tackles adventure playgrounds, and feminist author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie discusses "Dear Ijeawele."

  • The Miss America pageant ditches its swimsuit contest, Hasan Minhaj wonders if President Trump is converting to Islam, and actor Brian Tyree Henry chats about "Hotel Artemis."

  • Actor Awkwafina stops by The Daily Show to talk about her movie "Ocean's 8."

  • Cynthia Nixon, New York's gubernatorial candidate.

  • Tarana Burke, the founder of the 'Me Too' Movement and co-founder of Just Be, Inc.

  • Immigration officials separate families at the U.S.-Mexico border, Roy Wood Jr. contributes to Starbucks's racial bias training, and Johnny Knoxville discusses "Action Point."

  • The Daily Show revisits some of Ronny Chieng's best segments, including a profile of the wrestler The Progressive Liberal and an inside look at the world of cryptocurrency.

  • In this compilation of his finest reporting, Roy Wood Jr. learns about a subscription box to end racism, attends a pro-gun rally and addresses the state of "black s**t."

  • Betsy DeVos shutters investigations into for-profit colleges, John Bolton jeopardizes U.S.-North Korea peace talks, and Terry Crews discusses "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."

  • President Trump opens a controversial U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, John Kelly makes disparaging remarks about Mexican immigrants, and Michael C. Hall chats about "Safe."

  • A black Yale student is interrogated by police for napping, Desi Lydic investigates a refugee flow from the U.S. to Canada, and Rep. Joaquin Castro sits down with Trevor.

  • Actor-activist Diane Guerrero, coauthor of My Family Divided: One Girl's Journey of Home, Loss, and Hope.

  • Historian Jon Meacham, author of The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels.

  • Journalist Ronan Farrow, author of War on Peace: The End of Diplomacy and the Decline of American Influence.

  • Rudy Giuliani lights a fire under the Stormy Daniels scandal, Lewis Black sounds off about midterm primary battles, and magician David Blaine chats about "David Blaine Live."

  • Robert Mueller's questions for President Trump are leaked to the press, Michael Kosta chats with a 27th Amendment hero, and Antoinette Robertson discusses "Dear White People."

  • President Trump takes credit for a summit between the two Koreas, Michelle Wolf sparks outrage at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, and Kevin Young discusses "Brown."

  • North Korea's nuclear testing site collapses, President Trump launches into an unhinged tirade on "Fox & Friends," and author James Forman Jr. discusses "Locking Up Our Own."

  • Governor Ricardo Rossell (D-Puerto Rico) visits The Daily Show, and Trevor sits down with actor Christina Hendricks to talk about her NBC series "Good Girls."

  • National Review's Jonah Goldberg, author of Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics Is Destroying American Democracy.

  • Donald Trump allegedly lied in order to get on the Forbes 400 list in 1982, Kanye West tweets controversial remarks about racism, and Tracy Morgan discusses "The Last O.G."

  • Puerto Rico experiences a massive power outage, Trevor highlights misadventures of "good guys with guns," and Thandie Newton discusses her role on "Westworld."

  • A train filled with human waste from New York City riles Alabamans, Desi Lydic examines the "raw water" trend, and Chelsea Clinton discusses "She Persisted Around the World."

  • Eric Holder, former U.S. Attorney General and chairman of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee.

  • NASA scientists send human sperm into space, ex-FBI Director James Comey hurls shade at President Trump on "20/20," and journalist Alex Wagner discusses her book "Futureface."

  • Karlie Kloss, supermodel & founder - Kode with Klossy

  • President Trump uses Twitter to threaten Syria, Hasan Minhaj explains the impeachment process, and Martellus Bennett chats about his children's book "Hey A.J., It's Bedtime!"

  • Mark Zuckerberg gets grilled by Congress, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. announce the winner of the Bracket of Bulls**t, and Mariska Hargitay discusses "I Am Evidence."

  • Supermodel, entrepreneur and author Tyra Banks stops by The Daily Show to talk about her book, "Perfect is Boring."

  • Kim Jong-un comes out of his shell, "Punish a Muslim Day" fliers spark outrage in the U.K., and Rosie Perez discusses arts education and her role in NBC's "Rise."

  • Desi Lydic channels Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a sheriff profits off of inmates' food money, and Chloe x Halle perform songs from their debut album "The Kids Are Alright."

  • Trevor examines Trump's incoming National Security Adviser John Bolton, Third Month Mania's bulls**t heats up, and Sean Penn discusses his novel "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff."

  • America's teens make history at the March For Our Lives, Roy Wood Jr. investigates a pro-gun rally in Montana, and Tyler Perry discusses his film "Acrimony."

  • Ronny Chieng weighs in on Facebook's data-sharing scandal, Trevor talks to survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, FL, and RuPaul Charles discusses "RuPaul's Drag Race."

  • Trevor sits down with Water.org Co-Founders Matt Damon and Gary White.

  • President Trump wages a war against opioids, Third Month Mania's Bracket of Bulls**t enters round two, and Drew Barrymore discusses her role in "Santa Clarita Diet."

  • Trevor welcomes CNN Chief International Correspondent and "Sex & Love Around the World" host Christiane Amanpour to The Daily Show.

  • Students protest gun violence on National Walkout Day, Lewis Black examines Donald Trump's golfing habits, and Krysten Ritter discusses her role on "Marvel's Jessica Jones."

  • President Trump fires Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Vladimir Putin refuses to admit Russia poisoned a spy in the U.K., and David Byrne discusses "American Utopia."

  • Donald Trump pushes the myth that video games spur gun violence, Dulce Sloan examines tech's racial blind spot, and Vann R. Newkirk II talks Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy.

  • The White House erupts into chaos, Ronny Chieng looks at how artificial intelligence is changing the legal system, and Terese Marie Mailhot talks about "Heart Berries."

  • Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg lashes out at Robert Mueller's subpoena, Desi Lydic explores robot sex, and Eagles captain Malcolm Jenkins discusses his off-the-field activism.

  • President Trump threatens to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel, Trevor weighs the cost of artificial intelligence on everyday life, and David Chang talks "Ugly Delicious."

  • President Trump sides with Democrats on gun control, Ronny Chieng asks a pro wrestler how Democrats can reach middle America, and Chadwick Boseman discusses "Black Panther."

  • Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, author of Stranger: The Challenge of a Latino Immigrant in the Trump Era.

  • Trevor looks at the 2018 midterm congressional candidates, a German village grapples with a Nazi-era town bell, and CNN's Nima Elbagir talks about Libya's slave trade.

  • Critics slam the sheriff who allegedly ignored warnings about the Parkland shooter, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta recap the Olympics, and Wayne Brady discusses "Kinky Boots."

  • Parkland shooting survivors confront Marco Rubio and President Trump on gun control, Roy Wood Jr. celebrates black innovators, and Lupita Nyong'o discusses "Black Panther."

  • Conservatives accuse the Parkland survivors of being paid actors, Florida sidelines gun control measures for anti-porn legislation, and Ludacris discusses "Fear Factor."

  • School shooting survivors in Florida stage rallies for gun control, Roy Wood Jr. explains why black audiences love "Black Panther," and Taylor Kitsch discusses "Waco.

  • In honor of Presidents' Day, The Daily Show looks back at some of Donald Trump's most memorable moments in office, from defending white supremacists to administration infighting to attacking the "fake news" media.

  • In an entirely Donald Trump-free episode, Trevor and The World's Fakest News Team find out how rowdy Ugandan politics can get, learn about the latest smart technology and check in with Rob Gronkowski on the Tide Pod Challenge.

  • Trevor and The World's Fakest News Team revisit Donald Trump's most memorable early tweets, explain why the president gravitates toward an unfiltered communications platform and suggest alternate social media for threatening war.

  • The Daily Show highlights news-making women, including the black female voters in Alabama who defeated accused child molester Roy Moore, the Miss America contestants with more qualifications than President Trump and (of course) Oprah Winfrey.WATCHINGThe Daily Show highlights news-making women, including the black female voters in Alabama who defeated accused child molester Roy Moore, the Miss America contestants with more qualifications than President Trump and (of course) Oprah Winfrey.

  • The Daily Show unpacks the biggest moments from the Trump-Russia investigation, including Donald Trump Jr.'s campaign meeting, the Kremlin's social media takeover and Robert Mueller's indictments.

  • Trevor breaks down reports on Russia hacking voter rolls and Rob Porter's resignation, Roy Wood Jr. honors unsung black politicians, and Steve Aoki discusses "Kolony."

  • Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone of The 15:17 to Paris.

  • Trevor sits down with Fox Business Network's "Countdown to the Closing Bell" anchor Liz Claman.

  • Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson of 2 Dope Queens.

  • The GOP pushes a sketchy memo in hopes of undermining the Trump-Russia probe, Roy Wood Jr. examines the on-screen deaths of black actors, and Rose McGowan discusses "Brave."

  • Commentator Angela Rye (BET's "State of the Union").

  • The New Yorker editor David Remnick is the guest in a live episode following President Trump's first State of the Union address.

  • Hillary Clinton reportedly shielded a 2008 campaign staffer accused of sexual harassment, President Trump tried to fire Robert Mueller, and Alex Gibney talks "Dirty Money."

  • The GOP claims that the FBI is undermining the White House, Desi Lydic gives tips on interviewing President Trump, and Cecile Richards discusses Planned Parenthood's future.

  • Trevor breaks down how gerrymandering affects democracy, Dulce Sloan and Michael Kosta examine the Mexico border wall debate, and P.K. Subban discusses the NHL All-Star Game.

  • Trevor explains why Dreamers had the most to lose in the government shutdown, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to the 2018 Oscar nominations, and Jason Reynolds discusses "Long Way Down."

  • A stalemate in Congress leads to a government shutdown, Dulce Sloan and Desi Lydic look back on the Women's March one year later, and Michael Wolff discusses "Fire and Fury."

  • Renowned comedian and cast member of Child Support, Ricky Gervais.

  • Chef, author and host of CNN's Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain.

  • International superstar and singer Ricky Martin, part of the American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace cast.

  • Author and illustrator of Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History, Vashti Harrison.

  • President Trump exempts Florida from an offshore drilling proposal, Hasan Minhaj finds out how to challenge hate speech, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar discusses "Becoming Kareem."

  • Director Dee Rees stops by The Daily Show to talk about her movie "Mudbound."

  • President Trump calls himself a "stable genius" on Twitter, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta break down NFL headlines, and Ashley Graham discusses "America's Next Top Model."

  • Michael Wolff releases a salacious book on President Trump, Michael Kosta learns how California is curbing gun violence, and Jodi Kantor discusses her Harvey Weinstein report.

  • Steve Bannon calls Team Trump's contacts with Russia "treasonous," President Trump taunts North Korea on Twitter, and Dan Harris discusses "Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics."

  • Actress Yara Shahidi stops by The Daily Show to talk about her new show Grown-ish.

  • Highlights of the best field reports from 2017 include a look at how Donald Trump's words get translated into other languages and an investigation of a jobs program in coal country.

  • The Daily Show reflects on some of the year's most disastrous events, including a record-breaking hurricane season and escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea.

  • The Daily Showlooks back on the government employees (like Sean Spicer and Preet Bharara) who didn't make it through President Trump's first year in office.

  • This year wasn't all bad. Or was it? Trevor and The Best F#@king News Team look back on 2017 in The Daily Show's The Yearly Show, Monday, December 18 at 11/10c.

  • Conservative pundits call on Robert Mueller to end the Trump-Russia probe, Ronny Chieng learns about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, and Niecy Nash discusses "Downsizing."

  • Roy Wood Jr. reacts to Democrat Doug Jones winning the Alabama Senate race, Dulce Sloan weighs in on black female voters, and Satya Nadella discusses "Hit Refresh."

  • Roy Moore's wife uses questionable logic to claim her husband isn't racist, Roy Wood Jr. tells the GOP how to rebrand their tax plan, and Bob Odenkirk discusses "The Post."

  • Trevor questions the GOP's response to sexual assault, Ronny Chieng examines crime-fighting technology, and Pete Souza discusses "Obama: An Intimate Portrait."

  • Actor, comic and author of The Last Black Unicorn, Tiffany Haddish.

  • President Trump seemingly wrestles with his dentures during a presser, Russia is banned from the Winter Games amid a doping scandal, and St. Vincent discusses "Masseduction."

  • Trevor welcomes Julia Ioffe, staff writer at The Atlantic, to The Daily Show.

  • Creator, executive producer and star of SMILF, Frankie Shaw.

  • Libya uses Donald Trump's tweets to discredit a CNN report, Hasan Minhaj examines the White House's Islamophobia, and Henry Louis Gates, Jr., discusses "Finding Your Roots."

  • Hip hop artist and activist Talib Kweli stops by The Daily Show to talk about his album "Radio Silence."

  • Trevor explains why Donald Trump calls Elizabeth Warren "Pocahontas," Project Veritas tries to delegitimize The Washington Post, and Greta Gerwig discusses "Lady Bird."

  • Congress grapples with a series of high-profile sexual assault accusations, President Trump pushes tax cuts for the wealthy, and Esther Perel discusses "The State of Affairs."

  • Writer and director Jordan Peele visits The Daily Show to talk about his movie "Get Out."

  • Hip hop artist 2 Chainz stops by The Daily Show to talk about his show "Most Expensivest" on Viceland.

  • Roy Moore is accused of sexual assault, President Trump mocks Kim Jong-un and defends Vladimir Putin on a trip to Asia, and Hari Kondabolu discusses "The Problem with Apu."

  • Trevor welcomes CNN political commentator and author Van Jones to The Daily Show to discuss his book, "Beyond the Messy Truth."

  • Democrats sweep the 2017 elections, Trevor tries to imagine a worse president than Donald Trump, and Kenneth Branagh discusses his film "Murder on the Orient Express."

  • Sen. Rand Paul gets into a landscaping dispute with his neighbor, Saudi Arabia's crown prince cracks down on corruption, and Jeff Ross discusses Jeff Ross Roasts the Border.

  • Trevor welcomes actor and author Gabrielle Union to The Daily Show to talk about her book "We're Going to Need More Wine."

  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sits down with Trevor to discuss her book "What Happened" and unpack the 2016 presidential election.

  • Author and former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson visits The Daily Show to discuss her book, "Be Fierce: Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back."

  • Author and national correspondent for The Atlantic Ta-Nehisi Coates sits down with Trevor to discuss his book, "We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy."

  • Director Jason Hall and actor Miles Teller visit The Daily Show to discuss their movie, "Thank You For Your Service."

  • Trevor welcomes actor Maggie Gyllenhaal to The Daily Show to talk about her HBO series "The Deuce".

  • Musician Margo Price stops by The Daily Show to talk about her album "All American Made."

  • Author Khizr Khan sits down with Trevor to discuss his book "An American Family."

  • Rapper Vic Mensa sits down with Trevor during The Daily Show's week in Chicago to talk about his album "The Autobiography."

  • Writer, producer and actor Lena Waithe visits The Daily Show during its week in Chicago.

  • During The Daily Show's week in Chicago, Trevor welcomes Emerson Collective's Chicago CRED Community Change Leader Curtis Toler and Managing Partner Arne Duncan.

  • Actor, musician and activist Common stops by The Daily Show during its week in Chicago.

  • Kenya Barris, creator & executive producer - ABC’s “Black-ish”

  • Author John Hodgman sits down with Trevor to discuss his book, "Vacationland: True Stories from Painful Beaches."

  • Congressman Jim Himes (D-CT) visits The Daily Show.

  • Robin Thede, creator and anchor of BET's "The Rundown with Robin Thede," stops by The Daily Show.

  • The government struggles to provide aid to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, President Trump unveils his plan to reform the tax code, and Craig Robinson discusses "Ghosted."

  • Actor, activist and producer America Ferrera stops by The Daily Show to talk about the NBC series "Superstore."

  • White House officials are accused of using private email accounts, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how a subscription service is ending racism, and Kathryn Miles discusses "Quakeland."

  • NBC News correspondent, MSNBC anchor and author Katy Tur sits down with Trevor to discuss her book, "Unbelievable: My Front-Row Seat to the Craziest Campaign in American History."

  • Trevor welcomes Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to The Daily Show.

  • Author Ellen Pao ("Reset: My Fight for Inclusion and Lasting Change").

  • Actor Olivia Munn visits The Daily Show to talk about "The Lego Ninjago Movie."

  • Hip hop artist and author Gucci Mane stops by The Daily Show to discuss his book, "The Autobiography of Gucci Mane."

  • "Transparent" creator Jill Soloway visits The Daily Show.

  • Trevor welcomes musicians and activists Chuck D and Tom Morello to The Daily Show to discuss their album, "Prophets of Rage."

  • Tennis player and author Maria Sharapova sits down with Trevor to talk about her book, "Unstoppable: My Life So Far."

  • Actor Idris Elba stops by The Daily Show to discuss his movie, "The Mountain Between Us."

  • President Trump angers the GOP by cutting a budget deal with Democrats, Dulce Sloan examines cultural appropriation at New York Fashion Week, and Zac Posen talks "House of Z."

  • Trevor chats with Ambassador Christopher Hill and "I Do...Until I Don't" director and star Lake Bell.

  • Activist and author Xiuhtezcatl Martinez visits The Daily Show to talk about his book, "We Rise: The Earth Guardians Guide to Building a Movement that Restores the Planet."

  • Tonight's guest is Entrepreneur and investor Reid Hoffman.

  • Former professional tennis player and author James Blake sits down with Trevor to talk about his book, "Ways of Grace: Stories of Activism, Adversity, and How Sports Can Bring Us Together."

  • MSNBC Political Analyst and Host of "AM Joy, Joy Reid, stops by The Daily Show.

  • Trevor welcomes astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson to The Daily Show to discuss his book "Astrophysics for People in a Hurry".

  • Tonight's guests are Nnamdi Asomugha and Colin Warner.

  • Tonight's guests are Bryan Stevenson and Andra Day.

  • Trevor welcomes Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) to The Daily Show.

  • Tonight's guest is Author and correspondent Joshua Green.

  • Trevor examines systemic racism within law enforcement and looks back at the Trump administration's themed week fails, and Kate Fagan discusses "What Made Maddy Run."

  • Trevor welcomes Representative Joe Kennedy III (D-MA) to The Daily Show.

  • Former Vice President Al Gore visits The Daily Show to discuss his documentary, "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power."

  • Anthony Scaramucci and Reince Priebus leave the White House amid staff shake-ups, President Trump calls for more police violence, and Kathryn Bigelow discusses "Detroit."

  • Journalist and author Masha Gessen visits The Daily Show.

  • Actor Charlize Theron stops by The Daily Show to talk about her movie "Atomic Blonde."

  • Trevor welcomes Dr. Rola Hallam, Founder and CEO of CanDo, to the Daily Show.

  • Hip hop artist French Montana sits down with Trevor to talk about his album "Jungle Rules."

  • Actor, writer and producer Issa Rae visits The Daily Show to talk about her show "Insecure" on HBO.

  • Trevor welcomes Governor Terry McAuliffe (D-VA) to The Daily Show.

  • Rapper, actor and producer Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson stops by The Daily Show to talk about his show "Power" on Starz.

  • Senate Republicans delay the vote on their health care bill, Roy Wood Jr. examines Ann Coulter's Twitter feud with Delta Air Lines, and Regina Hall discusses "Girls Trip."

  • Minnesota State Representative Ilhan Omar visits The Daily Show.

  • Fox News defends Donald Trump Jr.'s Russian meeting, Neal Brennan claims the GOP is leading the resistance, and James Davis discusses his Comedy Central show Hood Adjacent.

  • Trevor welcomes author and former Dallas Police Chief David O. Brown to The Daily Show to discuss his book, "Called to Rise."

  • President Trump attends a G20 summit in Germany, Donald Trump Jr. defends meeting with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 election, and Kumail Nanjiani discusses "The Big Sick."

  • Tonight's guest is actor & comedian Jerrod Carmichael

  • Musician Jason Isbell stops by The Daily Show to talk about his album, "The Nashville Sound."

  • Tonight's guest is John Harris, Editor-in-chief of Politico

  • Author Janet Mock visits The Daily Show to talk about her book "Surpassing Certainty."

  • Trevor welcomes comedian Whoopi Goldberg to The Daily Show.

  • Michelle Wolf weighs in on sexism at Uber, congressional Democrats sue President Trump, and hip-hop artist Vince Staples chats about his album "Big Fish Theory."

  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions gets fired up during his Senate hearing, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on Russian hackers, and Selenis Leyva discusses "Orange Is the New Black."

  • Author Roxane Gay visits The Daily Show to talk about her book, "Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body."

  • Actor Salma Hayek Pinault stops by The Daily Show to talk about her movie "Beatriz at Dinner."

  • Tonight's guests are Sebastian Junger, Nick Quested.

  • Author and Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Beast John Avlon visits The Daily Show to discuss his book, "Washington's Farewell: The Founding Father's Warning to Future Generations."

  • Trevor sits down with Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, Pastor of Greenleaf Christian Church and President of Repairers of the Breach.

  • Trevor welcomes Senator Al Franken (D-MN) to The Daily Show to discuss his book, "Al Franken, Giant of the Senate."

  • Actor Logan Browning sits down with Trevor to talk about her show "Dear White People" on Netflix.

  • Dr. Elizabeth Ford, author and NYC Health & Hospitals' Correctional Health Services Chief of Psychiatry visits The Daily Show to discuss her book, "Sometimes Amazing Things Happen."

  • Trevor welcomes actor Kerry Washington to The Daily Show to talk about her show "Scandal."

  • Author Susan Burton visits The Daily Show to discuss her book, "Becoming Ms. Burton: From Prison to Recovery to Leading the Fight for Incarcerated Women."

  • Yale professor and author Timothy Snyder sits down with Trevor to talk about his book "On Tyranny".

  • D.L. Hughley, comedian and host of "The D.L. Hughley Show," sits down with Trevor to talk about The Comedy Get Down Tour.

  • Trevor welcomes Valerie Jarrett, former Senior Adviser to President Obama, to The Daily Show.

  • Actor Djimon Hounsou visits The Daily Show to talk about his movie "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword".

  • Comedian and actor Wanda Sykes stops by The Daily Show to talk about her movie "Snatched".

  • Professor and author Robert Sapolsky visits The Daily Show to talk about his book "Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst".

  • Tonight's guests are Michael Bloomberg, Carl Pope, Sanaa Lathan.

  • Comedian and author W. Kamau Bell visits The Daily Show to talk about his book, "The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell".

  • Tonight's guests are Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett, Tommy Vietor.

  • Trevor welcomes NBC News Correspondent and MSNBC anchor Katy Tur to The Daily Show.

  • Community builder, poet and author Kevin Coval sits down with Trevor to talk about his book, "A People's History of Chicago".

  • Former President Barack Obama returns to public life, "President Trump" (Anthony Atamanuik) makes a special appearance to defend his border wall plan, and Charlamagne Tha God discusses his book "Black Privilege."

  • Governor and author John Kasich (R-Ohio) visits The Daily Show to discuss his book, "Two Paths".

  • Actor, writer and producer Rashida Jones sits down with Trevor to discuss her Netflix documentary series, "Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On".

  • Trevor welcomes Marc Edwards, University Distinguished Professor at Virginia Tech, to The Daily Show.

  • Representative Adam Schiff (D-House Intelligence Committee) stops by The Daily Show.

  • Austan Goolsbee, Former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers and Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, visits The Daily Show.

  • Actor Michelle Rodriguez stops by The Daily Show to talk about her movie, "The Fate of the Furious".

  • Comedian Chelsea Handler sits down with Trevor to talk about her show "Chelsea" on Netflix.

  • Author Dr. Wille Parker visits The Daily Show to discuss his book, "Life's Work".

  • Chris Hayes, author and host of "All In with Chris Hayes" on MSNBC, visits The Daily Show to talk about his book "A Colony in a Nation".

  • Trevor welcomes rapper and director Ren Prez Joglar to The Daily Show to discuss his album and documentary "Resident".

  • Author Helene Cooper stops by The Daily Show to discuss her book "Madame President".

  • Director and Executive Producer John Singleton sits down with Trevor to talk about his show "Rebel" on BET.

  • Swedish singer and songwriter Zara Larsson sits down with Trevor to talk about her album "So Good".

  • Actor Michael Pea stops by The Daily Show to talk about his movie "Chips".

  • Trevor welcomes Slate Supreme Court correspondent Dahlia Lithwick to The Daily Show.

  • Comedian and author Bassem Youssef visits The Daily Show to discuss his memoir, "Revolution for Dummies".

  • Former DNC Chair Donna Brazile stops by The Daily Show.

  • Actor Jesse Williams visits The Daily Show to talk about "Grey's Anatomy".

  • Trevor welcomes director, producer and writer Lee Daniels to The Daily Show to talk about "Empire" and "Star".

  • Musician Alynda Segarra stops by The Daily Show to talk about Hurray for the Riff Raff's album "The Navigator".

  • Author Tressie McMillan Cottom visits The Daily Show to discuss her book, "Lower Ed".

  • Trevor welcomes producer, director and comedian Judd Apatow to The Daily Show to talk about "Love" on Netflix.

  • Actor Jennifer Lopez sits down with Trevor to talk about her show, "Shades of Blue" on NBC.

  • Evan Osnos, staff writer at The New Yorker, visits The Daily Show.

  • Trevor welcomes CNN anchor and Chief Washington Correspondent Jake Tapper to The Daily Show.

  • Tonight's special guest is the music group Run the Jewels.

  • Comedian John Oliver sits down with Trevor to talk about his show, "Last Week Tonight".

  • Director Ezra Edelman sits down with Trevor to talk about his documentary, "O.J.: Made in America".

  • New York Times Washington Investigations Editor Mark Mazzetti stops by The Daily Show.

  • Trevor welcomes actor Laverne Cox to The Daily Show to discuss the TV series "Doubt".

  • Teen Vogue Editor Elaine Welteroth and Digital Editorial Director Phillip Picardi visit The Daily Show.

  • Musician and author Laura Jane Grace stops by The Daily Show to discuss her new book "Tranny".

  • Actor Tracee Ellis Ross sits down with Trevor to talk about the show "Black-ish".

  • Boston Mayor Marty Walsh stops by The Daily Show.

  • Congressman Keith Ellison (D-MN) visits The Daily Show.

  • Actor Blair Underwood sits down with Trevor to discuss the show "Quantico".

  • International Rescue Committee President and CEO David Miliband stops by The Daily Show.

  • ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. Romero visits The Daily Show.

  • Trevor welcomes authors Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin to The Daily Show to discuss the memoir, "Rest In Power: The Enduring Life of Trayvon Martin".

  • Trevor welcomes Laurence Fishburne to The Daily Show to talk about the BET miniseries "Madiba".

  • Historian Heather Ann Thompson, author of "Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy"; Bellamy Young ("Scandal").

  • Hip hop artist Big Sean stops by The Daily Show to talk about his new album, "I Decided".

  • Author and Rolling Stone contributing editor Matt Taibbi sits down with Trevor to discuss his book, "Insane Clown President".

  • Trevor and The Best F#@king News Team recap President Trump's inauguration ceremony, and MSNBC anchor and "We Are the Change We Seek" author Joy Reid discusses the incoming administration.

  • Scott Conroy, co-creator and executive producer of "Embeds" on go90, stops by The Daily Show and actor James McAvoy sits down with Trevor to talk about his movie, "Split".

  • U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power visits The Daily Show.

  • Trevor welcomes Co-Founder and President of Lyft John Zimmer to The Daily Show.

  • Trevor welcomes Washington Post Political Reporter David Fahrenthold to The Daily Show, and actor Bryshere Gray stops by to talk about "Empire" and "The New Edition Story".

  • Trevor welcomes Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, to The Daily Show.

  • Author and New York Magazine columnist Jonathan Chait sits down with Trevor to discuss his book, "Audacity".

  • Actor Aasif Mandvi visits The Daily Show to talk about "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" on Netflix.

  • National Geographic magazine Editor-in-Chief Susan Goldberg stops by The Daily Show.

  • Trevor welcomes actor and comedian Keegan-Michael Key to The Daily Show.

  • Author and Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to Russia Omar Saif Ghobash sits down with Trevor to discuss his book, "Letters To A Young Muslim".

  • Comedian Michael Che visits The Daily Show to talk about his Netflix special, "Michael Che Matters".

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