A former Daily Show correspondent is making headlines again for his own satirical news show, the Daily Show, which is proving popular in the United States.
The Daily, which airs in New York City, debuted Thursday on Comedy Central and is averaging more than 4 million viewers a week.
The show is part of the syndication deal with the streaming service HBO.
It’s not yet clear how much HBO pays for the show.
The host of the show is Jon Stewart, who has won multiple Emmy awards for his work on The Daily News and The Colbert Report.
Stewart has appeared on other news programs such as The Colbert Show, The Daily Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Stewart, an avowed conservative, has made a career out of poking fun at political correctness and political correctness activism, sometimes calling the latter “the last gasp of liberalism.”
He has said that “there is no such thing as the right way to live.”
He is a regular guest on late-night talk shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live, which he hosts, and has spoken on other shows such the CBS Evening News.
He said on the Comedy Central show that he has been approached to host the show, which has already aired episodes, but that he’s not interested in it.
Stewart is one of many high-profile news personalities to embrace the platform of cable news.
He was recently hired by Fox News to host The Five.
The newsmagazine, which also airs on Comedy TV, also has been an early adopter of online platforms, including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.
The move to YouTube has given Stewart the ability to get more exposure online, which will be an important part of his future.
Stewart said that he plans to make the show available on his own website soon, although it is unclear whether he plans on hosting on YouTube, or whether he will make it available on HBO.