‘The Daily Show’ Teases ‘New Look and Feel’ After Summer Break

The Daily Show remote episode. (Credit: Comedy Central)

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah will return to the studio with a “brand new look and feel” this fall.

After taping the show at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, gone will be host Trevor Noah’s hoodies and bookshelf from his quarantine editions of The Daily Social Distancing Show

The revamped Daily Show will return on Sept. 13, Comedy Central announced in a press release Tuesday. Although the network isn’t giving specifics about changes coming to the program.

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The series was the first late-night show to bring a remote edition to audiences when live studio productions were halted in March 2020.

The Emmy-winning show will go into summer hiatus, with its final remote episode set to air Thursday, June 17. Still, the production team will continue to post new content across its digital, social and podcast platforms throughout the summer.

Noah has hosted the late-night program since 2015 when he took over from longtime host Jon Stewart.

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah will return Monday, Sept. 13 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central.

In the meantime, Noah will be preparing for his upcoming national comedy tour titled “Trevor Noah Back to Abnormal World Tour,” which he announced on Twitter.