After Leaving The Daily Show, Here’s What Trevor Noah Is Doing Now

Many wondered what Trevor Noah would do after leaving The Daily Show last December. E!News says that the South African comedian will executive produce a U.S. version of Mock the Week for Amazon Freevee.

Trevor Noah returns four months after leaving The Daily Show. This time as Amazon Freevee’s Mock the Week executive producer. E!News says that the streaming service will pair him with the show’s original co-creator Dan Patterson.

The half-hour show will combine stand-up comedy, panels, and improvisational games as two teams of comedians satirize news, pop culture, and world events, according to the website.

“Two things I’m most passionate about in life are paying my landlord and making people laugh. We could all use a little bit more laughter as we continue to navigate today’s crazy world,” Noah said in a statement.

“After 21 successful seasons on the BBC, we can’t wait to bring the format to the U.S. and work with America’s deep pool of brilliant comedians,” Patterson added.

The show’s host has yet to be announced, but production will begin early next year.

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