The Emmy- and Peabody Award-winning program, ‘The Daily Show’ hosted by Trevor Noah, will bring back a live studio audience after two years, reported Deadline.
Not only will guests be able to enjoy the late-night show in person again, but filming will return to its original studio at 733 11th Avenue. According to Deadline, the show had been filming at the ViacomCBS headquarters at 1515 Broadway for the past six months. The studio switch is necessary to accommodate space for a live audience.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘The Daily Show With Trevor Noah’ is heading back to its old home at 733 11th Avenue in New York and will bring back a live studio audience for the first time in two years https://t.co/UTkalI97bn
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) March 14, 2022
Deadline reports that audiences will officially return come Monday, April 11th. Many fans have been anxiously awaiting the day, as people took to the comments after The Daily Show’s Instagram posted the news saying “It’s about time! Really missed the interaction with the audience!” and teasing with ‘“Alexa, play Coming Home.”’
The Comedy Central series has been running for 27 seasons, and brought soon-to-be Grammy host, Trevor Noah, in as a host in 2015.
So mark your calendars for April because you’ll be getting a lot more opportunities to catchTrevor Noah live in action as he covers all things from news, politics, pop-culture and beyond.
To be a part of the audience, book your tickets here.