The comedian, who came out of near anonymity to take over the program from Jon Stewart in 2015.
plans to exit the flagship Comedy Central series after a seven-year
Noah revealed his plans to an audience at Thursday evening’s taping of the program in New York
During the coronavirus pandemic, Noah hosted the show from his apartment
tilting toward more serious topics and interviews in the belief his audience
younger than those who watch his competitors on broadcast networks were interested in more serious discussion.
Noah’s exit means that late-night will be less diverse, particularly after the exits of Bee and Singh
and the end of the “Desus & Mero” program on Showtime.
It was not immediately clear when his actual exit would take place
“We are grateful to Trevor for our amazing partnership over the past seven years.