returns to a regular TV gig at the helm of the popular news parody.
comic has been a busy man since his eponymous talk show was canceled
in 1995. He's written a book, poked fun at his guest-host status
on The Larry Sanders Show and is currently featured in
two films (The Faculty and Playing by Heart). Now,
he lends his talents to The Daily Show.
a reunion of sorts for Stewart, who again teams up with producer
Madeleine Smithberg, from his MTV and syndicated days. And, if
Stewart's past achievements are any indication, it's a safe bet
that the show's trademark wit will remain strong.