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He will give the show a different outsider perspective, not unlike John Oliver." Jon Stewart is also excited about his replacement, saying: "I’m thrilled for the show and for Trevor.

He’s a tremendous comic and talent that we’ve loved working with.

It could be foolish for Comedy Central to cannibalize its own lineup, so “The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore” is likely to stay its own satisfying beast — for now.

Everyone has an opinion on who could be the Next Jon Stewart, and with a deep well of talent to draw from itself, a "Daily Show" alum — say, long-time correspondent Samantha Bee — might be the most likely choice.

On “Last Week Tonight,” Oliver doesn’t just have to react to the news every day, he gets to shape long-form commentary on current events — a creative luxury that could be tamped down in the demands of an every-day schedule.

Amy Poehler “Parks and Recreation” is coming to an end this month, so Poehler is free.

Stewart helmed “The Daily Show” to its current perch as the most reliable and comprehensive outlet for news commentary on TV, and Rock could be the right voice to deliver the show to its next level. Tina Fey might be the anchor “The Daily Show” deserves, but this isn’t the show she needs right now. Like Fallon and Meyers before her, when she wants it, she won’t need this gig on her resume to land one of the network late-night desks.

THE UNDERCARD Samantha Bee She’s the longest-serving regular correspondent on “The Daily Show,” so for fans, Samantha Bee would provide no small measure of continuity, keeping the tone and the approach relatively stable during the transition.

Time and again — go back and watch her interviews at the 2012 Republican National Convention, especially — Bee has shown she can go head-to-head with political blowhards and spin doctors and come out on top.

She’s not quite a household name, like Poehler or Rock, but she’s certainly stayed with “The Daily Show” long enough — maybe because she knows she’s next in line?

' He’d be brilliant, but Louie is best when he’s exploiting his own human foibles for laughs." But as Laugh Spin notes, "None of this takes away from Trevor Noah being a great choice to fill the 'Daily Show' host chair.

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