New episodes Tuesday - Friday. Hosted by a rotating cast of comedy greats, The Daily Show remains the go-to source for provocative satire, insightful interviews and an award-winning team of correspondents and contributors.
New episodes Tuesday - Friday. The Daily Show makes its triumphant return with new episodes and an all-star slate of new hosts.
Comedian Leslie Jones debuts as guest host, Dulcé Sloan weighs in on Boston's statue honouring Martin Luther King Jr., and Morris Chestnut talks about "The Best Man: The Final Chapters".
Leslie Jones covers Rep. George Santos's lies, Roy Wood Jr. joins the Golden State Warriors at the White House, and Planned Parenthood CEO Alexis McGill Johnson discusses abortion rights.
On Leslie Jones's last show as guest host, Desi Lydic breaks down the federal government's debt ceiling crisis, and Charlamagne Tha God discusses the importance of therapy.
Guest host Wanda Sykes covers Donald Trump's eulogy for a supporter, Roy Wood Jr. talks to passersby in England about American gun culture, and comedian Mike Epps discusses "The Upshaws".
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Wanda Sykes covers the Senate hearing on Ticketmaster, Roy Wood Jr. explains why Disney World should have more racist rides, and feminist writer Katha Pollitt discusses reproductive rights.
Guest host Wanda Sykes reacts to the U.S. sending tanks to Ukraine, Roy Wood Jr. profiles activists protesting "Cop City" in Atlanta, and actor Nia Long discusses "Missing" and "You People".
Wanda Sykes advocates for income-based traffic fines, Roy Wood Jr. cashes in on patriotism, and civil rights lawyer Sherrilyn Ifill discusses the fight for equality and democracy.
Actor and comedian D.L. Hughley takes the reins as guest host and sits down with Ben Crump, attorney for Tyre Nichols' family, and authors Ibram X. Kendi and Nic Stone.