The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Rating  :  

6.6

Duration  :  

30m

3373 Episodes

Trevor Noah and The World's Fakest News Team tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.

Genres: News, Comedy


Production:

Seasons
Specials

75 Episodes

Season 1

9 Episodes

Season 2

3 Episodes

Season 3

33 Episodes

Season 4

159 Episodes

Season 5

166 Episodes

Season 6

158 Episodes

Season 7

160 Episodes

Season 8

161 Episodes

Season 9

161 Episodes

Season 10

159 Episodes

Season 11

161 Episodes

Season 12

138 Episodes

Season 13

160 Episodes

Season 14

161 Episodes

Season 15

161 Episodes

Season 16

124 Episodes

Season 17

157 Episodes

Season 18

158 Episodes

Season 19

159 Episodes

Season 20

142 Episodes

Season 21

161 Episodes

Season 22

163 Episodes

Season 23

157 Episodes

Season 24

158 Episodes

Season 25

44 Episodes

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