Season four of David Steinberg’s comedy interview series “Inside Comedy” premiered last night on Showtime with guests Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart.
Stephen Colbert’s interview was taped way back in October 2014 on the set of ‘The Colbert Report’, where addresses his transition from ‘The Colbert Report’ to David Letterman’s chair later this year, while Jon Stewart’s interview was taped back in January 2015 before he had announced his departure from ‘The Daily Show’.
In a brief statement released on its website, Comedy Central UK announced that it will no longer broadcast ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’ as it “is currently moving away from talk shows and focusing on other genres of comedy.”
Official event photos from “In Conversation with Richard Gere Moderated by Stephen Colbert,” during the 2015 Montclair Film Festival at the Wellmont Theatre, New Jersey, on Saturday, May 2nd, 2015.
For a recap of the event, head to The Hollywood Reporter, Wall Street Journal and the Montclair Film Festival blog.
Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart will be featured on ‘Inside Comedy‘ (Episode 1, Season 4) on Tuesday, May 5th, 2015 at 11:00 PM on Showtime.
Evelyn Colbert appeared on Fox-WNYW recently to promote the opening of this year’s Montclair Film Festival. As you may know, Evelyn has been very actively involved with MFF since its inception, and serves as Vice Chairman of the festival board. Here she chats it up along with the Tom Hall, the festival’s Executive Director. Inevitably, Stephen’s name comes up, and Mrs. C. shares her excitement about his upcoming gig on The Late Show:
Stephen Colbert (minus his Colbeard) and Evelyn McGee-Colbert were among the attendee’s at the Montclair Film Festival’s opening night screen of “Hello, My Name is Doris” starring Sally Field, on Friday May 1, 2015 at the Wellmont Theatre, New Jersey.
Welcome to the ‘Six Degrees Catch Up Edition’ featuring all the latest happenings and goings on in the world of ‘Daily Show’ and ‘Colbert Report’ staff and ‘Friends of the Show’.
In this month’s catch up Amy Sedaris makes her final appearance on the ‘Late Show’, Bassem Youssef embarks on a new project to help aspiring Arab talent, Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about his new talk show on Nat Geo, Samantha Bee farewells ‘The Daily Show’, Tracey Stewart adds author to her resume, and John Oliver is bringing his stand up show Down Under.
When news stories fall through the cracks, we here at Colbert News Hub find them for a post we call, In The Press.
With April behind us, there are only four months left until Late Show with Stephen Colbert starts! (!!) Sadly, that also means there are only three months left of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. For now though, the good news is that Jon has been giving new interviews, and those are always a treat!
In this edition of In The Press, we also catch up with The Nightly Show and The Late Late Show, the new kids on the block of late-night TV, who are still trying to find their footing, as well as their audience. Have you guys been watching either (or both) show(s) regularly?
Finally, late night writers talk about improv and submitting writing packets… and stir up some controversy!