The tip is in sight for Trevor Noah.
On Oct. 12, Comedy Central introduced that Noah will depart The Every day Present on Dec. 8.
Information of Noah’s departure date comes lower than two weeks after the comic—who has hosted the late evening political present since Sept. 2015—introduced his plans to vacate the desk.
Forward of his closing evening, a “celebratory look again at his best moments” will kick off on Dec. 5, highlighting Every day Present moments from Noah’s greater than seven years as host, in keeping with the community.
“Noah has moved The Every day Present seamlessly from insightful, hilarious satire to critical, provocative conversations, assembly society’s moments of unrest and uncertainty with readability and conviction,” the community mentioned in a press release. “Whether or not it was tackling presidential campaigns, police violence and systemic racism or navigating a worldwide pandemic, he has entertained and enlightened audiences by his distinctive voice and perspective.”
After a break, The Every day Present will return to the air on Jan. 17, although a substitute for Noah has not but been introduced.