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Previously, the show had divided its news commentary into sections known as "Headlines", "Other News", and "This Just In"; these titles were dropped from regular use on October 28, and were last used on March 6, Some episodes will begin with a minute intro on a small story or small set of stories before fully transitioning into the main story of the night.
Correspondent segments[ edit ] The monologue segment is often followed by a segment featuring an exchange with a correspondent—typically introduced as the show's "senior" specialist in the subject at hand—either at the anchor desk with the host or reporting from a false location in front of a greenscreen showing stock footage.
Their stated areas of expertise vary depending on the news story that is being discussed, and can range from relatively general such as Senior Political Analyst to absurdly specific such as Senior Religious Registry Correspondent. The cast of correspondents is quite diverse, and many often sarcastically portray extreme stereotypes of themselves to poke fun at a news story, such as "Senior Latino Correspondent", "Senior Youth Correspondent" or "Senior Black Correspondent".
They typically present absurd or humorously exaggerated takes on current events against the host's straight man.
A Visitor's Guide to the Human Race While correspondents stated to be reporting abroad are usually performing in-studio in front of a greenscreen background, on rare occasions, cast members have recorded pieces on location.
For instance, during the week of August 20,the show aired a series of segments called "Operation Silent Thunder: Chasing Stephen colbert on american jobs Dragon ", which focused on the Beijing Olympics. On July 19,Roy Wood Jr.
Correspondent segments feature a rotating supporting cast, and involve the show's members travelling to different locations to file comedic reports on current news stories and conduct interviews with people related to the featured issue. Topics have varied widely; during the early years of the show they tended toward character-driven human interest stories such as Bigfoot enthusiasts.
Since Stewart began hosting inthe focus of the show has become more political and the field pieces have come to more closely reflect current issues and debates. However, as the show began to gain popularity—particularly following its coverage of the and presidential elections—most of the subjects now interviewed are aware of the comedic element.
Since the invasion of Iraqa common segment of the show has been dubbed " Mess O' Potamia ", focusing on the United States' policies in the Middle East, especially Iraq. Sinceunder Stewart's tenure, the show went on the road to record week-long specials from the cities hosting the Democratic and Republican National Convention.
Under Noah, the continuation of "Democalypse" and "Indecision" also took place with live shows after the Republican National Convention and Democratic National Convention.
Interviews[ edit ] In the show's third act, the host conducts an interview with a celebrity guest. Guests come from a wide range of cultural sources, and include actors, musicians, authors, athletes, pundits, policy experts and political figures.
Newsweek labeled it "the coolest pit stop on television".
Occasionally, the segment is used as a tribute to someone who has died. The host might promote the show that follows right after their broadcast, such as promoting the show midnight. This time has also been used to promote films, books or stand-up specials that are affiliated with the host.
The two would have a scripted comedic exchange via split-screen from their respective sets. Inthe "toss" was cut back to twice per week, and by was once a week before gradually being phased out.
It was used on the mid-term election night and again just before the final episode of The Colbert Report on December 18,and returned upon the premiere of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.
Stewart then regularly tossed to Wilmore at the end of his Monday night episodes. Studio[ edit ] Outside of the Daily Show studio, pictured induring the Stewart tenure The host sits at his desk on the elevated island stage in the style of a traditional news show. The traditional guests' couch, which had been a part of the set since the show's premiere, was done away with in favor of simple upright chairs.
The change was initially not well-received, spawning a backlash among some fans and prompting a "Bring Back the Couch" campaign. The campaign was mentioned on subsequent shows by Stewart and supported by Daily Show contributor Bob Wiltfong.
The projection screens were revamped with one large screen behind Stewart, while the smaller one behind the interview subject remained the samea large, global map directly behind Stewart, a more open studio floor, and a J-shaped desk supported at one end by a globe.
The intro was also updated; the graphics, display names, dates, and logos were all changed. According to Larry Hartman, Noah took a lot of inspiration from Stewart's set. The graphics, intro, theme music, lower thirds, logo, etc.
Production[ edit ] The show's writers begin each day with a morning meeting where they review material that researchers have gathered from major newspapers, the Associated Presscable news television channels and websites, and discuss headline material for the lead news segment.
Throughout the morning they work on writing deadline pieces inspired by recent news, as well as longer-term projects. By lunchtime, Noah — who describes his role as that of the captain of a team  — has begun to review headline jokes.
The script is submitted by 3 pm, and at 4: An hour is left for rewrites before a 6 pm taping in front of a live studio audience.
The program is rerun several times the next day, including a 7:Hamilton Tony winner Leslie Odom, Jr. stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert March 27 to discuss his new book, Failing Up: How to Take Risks, Aim Higher, and Never Stop Learning.
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