The release date for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Episode 119 has been announced, and we cannot wait to share all the juicy details. The comedian and host announced his resignation from The Daily Show on September 29, 2022.
Thursday during the show's taping, he announced his resignation by saying, “I've loved hosting this show.” This has been one of my greatest obstacles.
One of my greatest pleasures has been that. Even on the most difficult days, I've enjoyed attempting to make others laugh with my stories. Trevor stated, when asked about the reason for his departure, “I realized there is another aspect of my life I wish to continue exploring.”
Today, however, we will discuss the release date and streaming information for episode 119 of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, as he still has a few episodes to host.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Episode 119 Release Date
The release date for Trevor Noah's daily show episode 119 is November 8, 2022, according to otakukart. Episode 119 of Trevor Noah's daily show will air on Comedy Central at 10:00 p.m. in the United States.
International viewers can tune in at the following times and dates:
- 3 a.m., British Summer Time (November 9, 2022)
- 8.30 a.m. Indian Standard Time (November 9, 2022)
- 11:00 a.m. Singapore Standard Time (November 9, 2022)
- 11 a.m., Philippine Standard Time (November 9, 2022)
- noon Korean Standard Time (November 9, 2022)
- Eastern Standard Time in Australia: 2:00 p.m. (November 9, 2022)
When Did the First Episode of the Daily Show With Trevor Noah Air?
The first episode of The Daily Show With Trevor Noah came out on July 22, 1996.
Recap of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Trevor Noah recently mocked Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter on The Daily Show, which was shot live on stage in Atlanta. According to Noah, the billionaire envisioned Twitter as “a sanctuary for the uninvolved.”
Let's face it: “People have pulled back on Twitter up until now,” he said. Since his acquisition on Friday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been “scrambling to find a way to make this whole thing work.”
Noah claims he was “forced to spend $44 billion because it was an online joke that became a reality.” He was free to express himself, but it cost him dearly.
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“It's going to be difficult to get money from this item, given Twitter is not profitable and has significant debt,” he added. “We just cannot have a functional democracy,” Seth Meyers says when one party challenges the legitimacy of any election in which they do not win.
Republican Party: “We are living in a time of fatal dipshits,” Seth Meyers says. “I think he's hoping everyone on Twitter will make bad financial decisions as he did,” Noah joked.
He talked about Georgian attack advertisements. Attack ads aren't just used in Georgia, a key state in the upcoming midterm elections, and “it's not just mean right now,” according to the Daily Show host.
It gets nastier by the day. During every campaign in America, attack advertisements are currently dominating the airwaves. Instead of campaign ads, Noah suggested that attack ads be prohibited because “they fuel divisiveness and hatred.”
Second, rather than simply trash-talking opponents, politicians should ask for your vote by outlining their plans. “We don't take this rubbish in any other job,” he said.
There are no other jobs available; if there are, your resume lists all the reasons why the other applicants are bad rather than describing what you do.
He went on to say that simply criticizing one's opponent does not constitute campaigning. “That's not going to get you any votes.” It should not be a part of democracy.