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Get a first look at the new host behind the desk and feel weird about it.
It's really happening.
"I'm excited for where he's gonna take this thing."
No one can replace Jon Stewart in our hearts, but Comedy Central is ready to try replacing him as the host of The Daily Show.
A week after Jason Jones announced that he's leaving the Comedy Central program, his wife is following suit.
The new series is written and executive-produced by Jones and his wife, fellow Daily Show correspondent Samantha Bee.
Stewart said he doesn't yet know what he'll do next, but it's possible that he'll say goodbye as early as this summer.
Let's try to come up with some ideas.
Broad City, Walton Goggins, and Albert Tsai also get noms in this well-picked lot.
The comedian will host his own satirical news show beginning in 2014.
Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, and Tatiana Maslany also win big at the anti-Emmys.
FX leads the pack with seven nominations; Orphan Black, Louie, Game of Thrones feel the love, too.
The anti-Emmys have rolled out their ballot and there are plenty of dark horses but also some expected snubs.
Plus: Grimm did fine on Tuesday, Tom Berenger lands a guest role, and the Daytime Emmy nominations are in.
Plus: Minka Kelly goes for science-fiction, ABC Family sets a Season 4 premiere date for Pretty Little Liars, and more.
Plus: Esquire Network orders some terrible shows, The CW's Oxygen finds its alien boy, and Raising Hope loses its showrunner and creator.
In our seventh volume: a trio of long overdue kisses, a dip in the pool, and one really ugly baby.
We projected the TV.com bat-logo into the sky and summoned the site's contributors to ask them to name their five favorite shows of the year.
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