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    Watch: Louis C.K. Talks His 1998 Directorial Debut 'Tomorrow Night' With Investor Jon Stewart on 'The Daily Show'

    Louis C.K.'s 1998 feature directorial debut "Tomorrow Night" is now available for $5 from the comedian's website. The 16mm black and white film, which C.K. wrote and directed, premiered at Sundance but was never picked up by a distributor, and C.K.'s now in a place where he could pay for a digital t...

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    Watch Jehane Noujaim, Director of 'The Square,' on 'The Daily Show'

    Netflix is releasing Jehane Noujaim's taut , smart, timely film The Square in January, but as she told Jon Stewart on The Daily Show last night, the film still cannot be shown in Egypt.

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    HBO Gives John Oliver His Own Weekly Satirical News and Topical Comedy Show

    We weren't the only ones who thought John Oliver deserved a show of his own after an excellent stint filling in for Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show" this summer. HBO felt the same way, and since they're a network, they were actually able to do something about it.

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    John Oliver Plays 'Where in the World is Edward Snowden?' (Video)

    During the reassuringly funny Jon Oliver era at The Daily Show, the substitute host has begun every night by telling us why Jon Stewart isn't around. Last night Oliver explained Stewart "is currently in Moscow, or Ecuador, or on a flight somewhere or has escaped from the National Zoo -- we don'...

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    Watch: Jon Stewart Explains How He Chose His Directorial Debut on the Last 'The Daily Show' Before His Hiatus

    Jon Stewart bid goodbye to "The Daily Show" for the summer last night, as he readied himself to head off to the Middle East to make his directorial debut "Rosewater," based on the 2011 memoir by Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari.

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    John Oliver Will Bravely Test How 'The Daily Show' Works Without Jon Stewart Starting on June 10

    Yes, once upon a time -- in the '90s -- "The Daily Show" was hosted by Craig Kilborn, but for the past decade plus, the incisive, hilarious fake news show has been defined by and identified with Jon Stewart.

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    Jon Stewart Will Be Taking the Summer Off From 'The Daily Show' to Make His Directorial Debut

    Jon Stewart will be taking the summer off from "The Daily Show," according to Deadline, with John Oliver filling in for eight of the 12 weeks he'll be out. Why? Well, because Stewart's off to make his feature directorial debut.

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    'The Daily Show' Visits Sorkin's 'Newsroom' (Video)

    Jon Stewart and the cast of The Daily Show are fond of saying they’re pretend journalists, even though they often do a better job of delivering actual news stories than the circus that is CNN. In this segment about the loss of investigative journalism -- too expensive, too ratings-challe...

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    Watch: Director and Star of 'Brooklyn Castle' Promote Indie Doc on 'The Daily Show'

    "Brooklyn Castle," the acclaimed documentary revolving around how chess acts as an unlikely inspiration for an inner-city school, found a way to expand on the already positive word of mouth garnered following its October 19th release: An appearance on "The Daily Show."

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: Michael Mann's War Photographer Series and Recommended Election Night Viewing

    Sure, Sunday is incredibly overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Homeland," "The Walking Dead," "Boardwalk Empire," "The Good Wife," "Treme" and "Dexter," but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy...

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