Trevor Noah warned potential successors of downsides to hosting The Daily Show

Trevor Noah has revealed that he met all of his potential successors to warn them about the downsides of hosting The Daily Show. 

Noah, who is set to leave the show in December, said in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter that he was surprised when he took the job seven years ago and wants those next inline to know what it entails.

The comedian, who has hosted the Comedy Central program since 2015, announced his intention to depart during taping for its September 29 episode, taking the audience and the show’s staff by surprise. 

It was revealed in the recent interview that since making that announcement he sat down with all of the show’s correspondents, most of whom he picked, to explain the particulars of the job.

‘I wish someone had told me what a grind it was,’ he told the publication, explaining that the role has been 24/7.

‘You’re also running the show, so everything from HR to designing the set, you’re a part of, and it doesn’t stop when you leave the building,’ he said.

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