The Daily Show Tickets

Just about any Jon Stewart's show promises lots of laughs and the light sight of news. If you like humor and enjoy interesting yet quirky views on news then The Daily Show is definitely your kind of show. The Daily Show which has been renamed to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart has been a sheer delight for the fans ever since he took over in the late 1990s, replacing Craig Kilborn. While Kilborn was the host of the show, the focus of the program was more on events revolving around contemporary culture. Ever since Jon Stewart took over, it has been more of a political show than anything else. A self-proclaimed fake news program, the show's man focus is on providing a funny side to some of the most hot political topics and news, creating humor in seemingly serious headlines. The satire revolves around political figures as well as pop stars, writers and other celebrities.

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About The Daily Show

The Daily Show is known as one of the funniest political satire from the platform of Comedy Central. Like most late night talk shows, the subject matter of the show is primarily and almost always political. The show has taken an exciting new turn ever since Jon Stewart, the new host of the program, took over. He has added lots of humor, lots of political satire in the show which makes for a fantastic live performance for the fans in the studios. The live shows, just like all other shows, are startlingly different then what is shown on air later on. The show that goes on air, if and when the transmission is not live, is heavily edited and censored. The commercial breaks themselves are studded with quips and lots of funny moments which never make it on air but can be enjoyed by the audiences.

The show, in context with his new star of a host is now known as the Daily Show with Jon Stewart. It first aired in the mid 1990s and was initially hosted by Craig Kilborn. The show, during the times of Kilborn was not as political as it is now. Kilborn's main focus was things related to popular culture which was primarily sports and entertainment industry news. He hosted the show for two straight years before finally being replaced by Jon Stewart and his straight man persona! Stewart brought some radical changes in the entire setup of the show. He changed the format of the show altogether making it more of a political show rather than some MTV pop show. Several new segments have been added to the show to make it more political, fake yet funny news program on television.

Some of the most common victims Jon Stewart's sense of humor is the politicians. Stewart's hilarious style of presenting his exaggerated take on reports and news items make his show a fantastic show for all, especially for young people. The show is credited for developing political interest in the youngsters who turn to this program for information. As per the Pew Research Center, it is one of the greatest news sources for youngsters. The thirty minute show is packed with news reports, views on news, interviews and Jon Stewart's much awaited monologue which sets the program off to a rocking start each time.

A minor criticism on the show in general and Jon Stewart in particular is that he is a little too soft on the political guests on his show and does not ask the hard questions. Despite the overall humorous tone of the show, many people still consider it a heavily political program by many. That is because of the fact that not all the laughter and funny moments experienced by the audience members make it on air. Whatever little that does go on air is nowhere near the real fun. Grab your The Daily Show tickets to see what it's all about.
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