Jon Stewart is returning to work on his hit late night satirical talk show, ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,’ after Labor Day, ending his three-month absence from the Emmy Award-winning series. The host will resume his job on the Comedy Central show on Tuesday, September 3 at 11pm ET/PT, following the debut of ‘Tosh.0’ at 10pm and the second season premiere of ‘Brickleberry’ at 10:30pm.
Stewart took the sabbatical from the show in June in order to direct his first feature film, ‘Rosewater.’ The movie was produced by his production company, Busboy Productions, along with Scott Rudin Productions and Odd Lot Entertainment. John Oliver, a longtime correspondent and writer on ‘The Daily Show,’ hosed the series during Stewart’s hiatus.
‘The Daily Show’ airs new episodes Monday-Thursdays at 11:00 pm, and repeats at 1:00 am, 9:00 am and 7:30 pm the following day. Fans can watch full episodes the following day on the series’ official website Find more information on the series on its Facebook and Twitter pages.
Watch Oliver reveal Stewart’s whereabouts during his summer off in the video below.
Written by: Karen Benardello