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The Daily Show might have rotating set of hosts as Trevor Noah is set to depart Comedy Central show

Multiple hosts might be used on Comedy Central's The Daily Show in the wake of Trevor Noah's slated departure from the series.Three insiders told Variety on Tuesday that the Paramount Global-owned network is looking at a potential rotation of candidates when it resumes airing January 17, though it was unclear if any plans had been finalized.Noah's last day at The Daily Show is scheduled for December 8, and Comedy Central said it is looking at a 'reinvention' of the long-running show. The latest: Multiple hosts might be used on Comedy Central's The Daily Show in the wake of Trevor Noah's slated departure from the series, sources with the network said Noah, 38, said he would be departing the show during a September 29 taping, leaving a number of executives and producers surprised, and scrambling to plan the future of the series, sources said.The network faced similar circumstances seven years ago, when Jon Stewart said in February of 2015 that he was departing the series.

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“Tha God Honest Truth” and featured sketches, social experiments and A-list guests, including Vice President Kamala Harris.It’s back now as “Comedy Central’s Hell of A Week with Charlamagne Tha God,” with Josh Lieb, a former executive producer of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” brought on board to help steer the ship.Charlamagne (aka Lenard McKelvey) — a radio Hall of Famer who co-hosts the nationally syndicated “The Breakfast Club” on Power 105.1 with DJ Envy and Angela Yee — spoke to The Post about “Hell of A Week” and about its mission going forward.Why was the show rebranded?The rebrand is literally because that’s what corporate wanted. They do these focus groups and research groups and testings … “Hell of a Week” reads more like a weekly late-night talk show than “Tha God’s Honest Truth.” I’m always a student and trying to learn and I’m also trying to win — so if the network comes to me and says, “We think that with a tweak like this more viewers will come to the show and realize it’s a weekly late-night talk show” … I’m gonna trust the experts.Will the focus on a panel format impact the way you host the show?“I actually think [the panel format] makes me looser because I really do enjoy conversations in a community and I love … exchanging ideas and debating.