A comedian’s new show is launching this week.
Jon Stewart’s “The Daily List” is a satirical parody of the entertainment industry, and will debut on the podcasting service TBS.
Stewart is the host of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” which airs on NBC, and the host and writer of “Real Time with Bill Maher,” which hosts Bill Maher.TBS announced on Tuesday that it will launch “The List,” a one-hour, 90-minute comedy show that will air weekly on the streaming service.
The show will be Stewart’s first venture into comedy, TBS said in a statement.
The program will be produced by Stewart’s Comedy Central Productions.
The Daily list, which will debut in the fall, will feature Stewart’s favorite celebrities, comedians, and sports personalities.
The comedians will be paid for their work, according to the announcement.
“We are proud to announce that Jon Stewart has joined the TBS family,” said Steve Levitan, president and chief content officer at TBS, in a TBS statement.
“Jon has always been an extraordinary talent who brings the funniest, most innovative ideas to life.
We are thrilled to be bringing him back to TBS.””
The DailyList” will be the first show to air on TBS in nearly two years, as the network is in the midst of the launch of its premium content.
Stewart said earlier this year that he will return to “The Late Show” in 2018.
Stewart has also been hosting his podcast, “The Nightly Show” and the “Daily Show” podcast.
Stewart will also co-host a new program with longtime partner Stephen Colbert, “Colbert Report,” which premieres on the Comedy Central Network on July 10.
The Colbert Report is the first program in the series that will be hosted by Stewart.
In the past, Stewart has said that he is looking to expand his creative output.
Stewart had previously said that his podcast will continue to be produced independently.
“I don’t think there’s anything I’ve done in my career where I didn’t think about what I could do with this,” Stewart said in December 2015.
“I really do love writing, and I’m not going to stop.”