Stephen Colbert is basically Comedy Central Kings. Late Show The host had an unforgettable run daily offer As a reporter before he topped his own show, Colbert Report, 2005 to 2014. He left the successful satire to take over as David Letterman at CBS, yet he clearly has fond memories of his long tenure at the network. Based on the recent news that Trevor Noah is leaving dissolved solidsColbert was asked to comment on what the future holds for the satirical news program, and gave an honest response.
During an interview with Charlamagne Tha God on his show, hell of the weekStephen Colbert remembered his time daily offer, so it was only natural that the conversation turned to who he thought was best to succeed Trevor Noah. While shyly expressing concern about the show’s future, he said:
Previously hosted by Jon Stewart daily offer He held this position while Colbert worked as a reporter. He was replaced by Noah in 2014 and later returned to television last year in The problem with Jon StewartCurrently available to AppleTV+ subscribers. Roy Wood Jr. is currently a reporter on the Comedy Central news program and was the frontrunner for Noah. Both options will definitely support fans, and the “Get” will be great on the network. During Colbert’s conversation with Charlemagne Tha Jude, an audience member exclaimed that a black woman would also be a great choice to be the next host of the mainstay network, to which the talk show host agreed and made another suggestion:
Jessica Williams has also acted as a daily offer Reporter from 2012 to 2016 and left to pursue other projects. She had a show on HBO called 2 queen queenswhich ran for two seasons and later joined Fantastic monsters Franchise – Harry Potter Triple prequel. She’s incredibly talented, and monsters The series is rumored to be coming to an end – so Williams may be available. It would be great to have a female daily offer Host, Williams will definitely be a stellar presence in the late night television space.
Even if the show brought back Jon Stewart, or hired an incredibly capable familiar face like Jessica Williams or Roy Wood Jr., the recent departures and transfers in “Late Night” clearly indicate changes are taking place in the talk show world. Jimmy Kimmel recently expressed concern about his future at ABC, and Conan O’Brian’s planned transition to broadcast and podcasting is a possible indication of the medium’s direction. However, Colbert still sat comfortably behind a desk late into the night. We’ll have to wait and see what lies ahead for the format as well as Comedy Central’s groundbreaking show as it searches for its next host.
Fans can currently catch Trevor Noah on Comedy Central’s daily show, Until he leaves his weekly night at 11:00 PM EST on December 8th. You can also capture Late Show with Stephen Colbert Weekend Nights at 11:30 p.m. ET on CBS. Previous seasons of both shows are currently available to Paramount+ subscribers. For more information on what’s on TV this fall, check out the 2022 TV premiere schedule.