Jon Stewart is getting back to TV news with an Apple TV+ show
The previous “Daily Show” have, 57, has handled an arrangement with Apple TV+ and has just marked on to make numerous seasons, as indicated by Variety. Every one-hour scene will investigate a solitary subject identifying with recent developments and a going with digital recording.
On the off chance that that sounds natural, this is on the grounds that it’s a similar organization that Stewart protégé John Oliver utilizes on his Emmy-winning HBO show “Last Week Tonight.” It was additionally a similar configuration another Stewart protégé Hasan Minhaj utilized in his as of late chopped out Netflix show “Nationalist Act.”
During his 16-year residency on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” from 1999 to 2015, Stewart won an incredible 22 Emmys and set up another way that Americans drew in with news during the Bush and Obama years. The sarcastic news demonstrate end up being a star-producer, dispatching any semblance of Oliver, Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell, Samantha Bee, Ed Helms, Larry Wilmore and Rob Riggle, among others.
Since leaving in 2015 and giving “The Daily Show” reins to Trevor Noah, Stewart has stayed under the radar, rising for a periodic appearance on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” and making a couple of movies, (for example, the current year’s “Overwhelming,” which saw a lukewarm gathering).
His Apple TV+ arrangement doesn’t yet have a reported name or debut date.