Lizz Winstead, co-creator of The Daily Show, is facing serious backlash after attempting to make a topical political joke out of the devastating Oklahoma tornado that has killed at least 24 people.
Donald Trump, Jon Stewart
Donald Trump is not amused. After Jon Stewart said that the businessman's "real name" was "F---face Von Clownstick" on Wednesday's The Daily Show, Trump lashed out at Stewart and anyone who found the joke funny.
Childrens Hospital star Rob Corddry has landed the lead in ABC's Spy pilot, TVGuide.com has learned.
Based on the British series of the same name...
Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler
The New Normal and Go On joined old favorites like Modern Family and Glee in receiving nominations for GLAAD's annual Media Awards, which honor television shows, movies, music, news and other forms of entertainment for positively representing the LGBT community.
Hugh Grant, Jon Stewart
It's safe to say Jon Stewart isn't a member of the Hugh Grant fan club. The Daily Show host recently told Stephen Colbert that Grant is his least favorite guest of all time.
Wyatt Cenac is saying farewell to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, E! News reports.
The comedian has been a beloved correspondent and writer on the show since 2008. Cenac will remain on the series through...
Jon Stewart still can't believe he didn't figure out that his former Daily Show guest Paula Broadwell was having an affair with ex-CIA director David Petraeus.
Broadwell appeared on The Daily Show in January to promote her biography of the retired general, and in light of the affair, Stewart now realizes that her appearance was comprised of "innuendo after innuendo."
Earlier this year, author Paula Broadwell went on a book tour to promote her biography of Gen. David H. Petraeus All In, including an appearance on The Daily Show. But now that Slate has outed Broadwell as the woman with whom Petraeus had a career-ending affair, her praise of the former CIA director is more than a little awkward.
Nevermind the hurricane, the show must go on — and it did Monday night at the Ed Sullivan Theater, where David Letterman hosted CBS' Late Show to an audience of zero. "It was very strange for all of us to be standing there and watching the show, with all of it looking the same, except for...
Jon Stewart, Blake Lively
Several New York-based late-night shows canceled their Monday tapings as the East Coast braced for Hurricane Sandy.
The Daily Show and Colbert Report, both of which film in front of a live audience, axed their Monday programs, according to Deadline, as did Jimmy Kimmel Live, which was to...