Jon Stewart has an issue: He feels previous.
The 58-year-old comic launched a teaser for his latest TV collection, “The Drawback With Jon Stewart,” on Monday set to the tune of Bruno Mars’ hit “24K Magic.” The video begins off with Stewart placing on a go well with and tie, however as quickly as he took a look at himself within the mirror, he screams, “What the hell occurred to my face?”
The present is ready to debut on Apple TV+ on Sept. 30.
The present affairs collection will launch a brand new episode each week and also will be accompanied by a podcast, with episodes of that dropped weekly as properly.
Every present will give attention to a topic that’s “a part of the nationwide dialog,” in response to an announcement launched by Apple.
“Stewart can be in dialogue with the people who find themselves impacted by the difficulty — in addition to those that have a hand in creating the impression,” the streaming big stated. “Collectively, they are going to focus on tangible steps that may result in a solutionary path ahead. The companion collection podcast will lengthen the dialog from every episode, that includes employees members from throughout the present who will convey us interviews with activists within the area, the details on the difficulty, and sure, plenty of jokes.”
The “Every day Present” host signed a multiyear manufacturing take care of Apple in 2020.
Stewart has one other mission coming subsequent month. He can be becoming a member of fellow funnyman Pete Davidson on Sept. 12 at Madison Sq. Backyard for a charity comedy profit to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 assaults.
“We needed to placed on a enjoyable celebration to honor this nice metropolis’s resilience,” the 2 hosts stated in a joint assertion relating to the present. “It’s good to have the ability to do that with buddies and other people we love.”
The occasion is entitled NYC Nonetheless Rising After 20 Years: A Comedy Celebration and can characteristic an A-list lineup of comedians, together with Amy Schumer, Invoice Burr, Colin Jost, Colin Quinn, Dave Attell, Dave Chappelle, Jay Pharoah, Jimmy Fallon, John Mulaney, Michael Che, Ronny Chieng, Tom Segura and Wanda Sykes.