Trevor Noah Sets First Look TV, Movie Deal With Viacom

Trevor Noah is getting into bed with Viacom — even more so than he already is.

Comedy Central’s parent company announced Monday they had inked a strategic partnership with the “Daily Show” host’s Day Zero Productions for future film and TV projects.

The deal gives Viacom exclusive “first look” rights to projects developed by Noah and Day Zero Productions across all media, including TV, feature films, digital and short-form video content. Viacom will also make an investment in Day Zero. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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As part of the deal, Viacom’s indie-film division Paramount Players will adapt Noah’s memoir, “Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood,” as a feature film. The previously announced project has Lupita Nyong’o attached to star as Noah’s mother, Patricia.

“Working with the best, most versatile talent in the entertainment industry is a strategic priority for Viacom, which is why we are thrilled to expand our relationship with Trevor and his creative team at Day Zero with this cross-house partnership,” Viacom’s president and CEO Bob Bakish said.

Noah will produce for Day Zero Productions, along with Norman Aladjem, Derek Van Pelt and Sanaz Yamin of Mainstay Entertainment, and Nyong’o under her Eba Productions. Liesl Tommy will direct.

“Trevor’s creative sensibilities and ability to drive the cultural conversation around issues that matter to our young, global audiences make him an ideal partner for Viacom across every screen we serve. We are particularly proud that ‘Born a Crime’ will be produced and distributed by Paramount.”

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“I’ve found a strong and incredibly valuable partnership in Viacom,” Noah added. “Our shared vision of bringing diverse cultural conversations and exciting creative projects to the forefront of the entertainment industry and to our constantly expanding audience, continues to strengthen our relationship. I couldn’t be more excited to share ‘Born a Crime’ with Paramount and the very talented Lupita Nyong’o.”

Noah has been a key player for Viacom since 2015, when he took the lead on the late-night Comedy Central talk show ahead Jon Stewart’s exit.

“The degree to which people underestimated Trevor as he took over ‘The Daily Show’ has made his success all the more meaningful,” Kent Alterman, Comedy Central president, said. “Seeing audiences on multiple platforms embrace his incredible comedy chops, his thoughtful and nuanced point of view, and his global perspective has been gratifying beyond measure. Trevor has limitless curiosity, vision and passion. He is just getting started.”

Trevor Noah is getting into bed with Viacom — even more so than he already is.

Comedy Central’s parent company announced Monday they had inked a strategic partnership with the “Daily Show” host’s Day Zero Productions for future film and TV projects.

The deal gives Viacom exclusive “first look” rights to projects developed by Noah and Day Zero Productions across all media, including TV, feature films, digital and short-form video content. Viacom will also make an investment in Day Zero. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

As part of the deal, Viacom’s indie-film division Paramount Players will adapt Noah’s memoir, “Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood,” as a feature film. The previously announced project has Lupita Nyong’o attached to star as Noah’s mother, Patricia.

“Working with the best, most versatile talent in the entertainment industry is a strategic priority for Viacom, which is why we are thrilled to expand our relationship with Trevor and his creative team at Day Zero with this cross-house partnership,” Viacom’s president and CEO Bob Bakish said.

Noah will produce for Day Zero Productions, along with Norman Aladjem, Derek Van Pelt and Sanaz Yamin of Mainstay Entertainment, and Nyong’o under her Eba Productions. Liesl Tommy will direct.

“Trevor’s creative sensibilities and ability to drive the cultural conversation around issues that matter to our young, global audiences make him an ideal partner for Viacom across every screen we serve. We are particularly proud that ‘Born a Crime’ will be produced and distributed by Paramount.”

“I’ve found a strong and incredibly valuable partnership in Viacom,” Noah added. “Our shared vision of bringing diverse cultural conversations and exciting creative projects to the forefront of the entertainment industry and to our constantly expanding audience, continues to strengthen our relationship. I couldn’t be more excited to share ‘Born a Crime’ with Paramount and the very talented Lupita Nyong’o.”

Noah has been a key player for Viacom since 2015, when he took the lead on the late-night Comedy Central talk show ahead Jon Stewart’s exit.

“The degree to which people underestimated Trevor as he took over ‘The Daily Show’ has made his success all the more meaningful,” Kent Alterman, Comedy Central president, said. “Seeing audiences on multiple platforms embrace his incredible comedy chops, his thoughtful and nuanced point of view, and his global perspective has been gratifying beyond measure. Trevor has limitless curiosity, vision and passion. He is just getting started.”

‘Daily Show’ Contributor Michelle Wolf Grabs Netflix Weekly Late-Night Series

Long-time “The Daily Show” contributor Michelle Wolf has landed her own late-night series at Netflix.

The currently untitled show is a weekly, half-hour series set to premiere later this year.

According to the show’s logline, the comedian plans to use her program to take a break from the seriousness of late-night comedy. Instead of making the news fun, she’ll make fun of everything and everybody. There will be no preaching or political agenda… unless it’s funny.

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Wolf has four years of late-night under her belt, with time spent on “The Daily Show” and “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” And she plans to buck tradition now that she’s in the spotlight.

“You can expect the types of jokes my former bosses would tell me we couldn’t do on TV,” Wolf said.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Michelle, a gifted writer and performer with a singular voice,” said Bela Bajaria, Netflix’s vice president of content.

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Wolf will executive produce the series under her Cats in Pants banner, along with Daniel Bodansky. Dan Powell (“Inside Amy Schumer”) and Christine Nangle (“The President’s Show,” “The Mick”) will act as co-showrunners and executive producers.

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Long-time “The Daily Show” contributor Michelle Wolf has landed her own late-night series at Netflix.

The currently untitled show is a weekly, half-hour series set to premiere later this year.

According to the show’s logline, the comedian plans to use her program to take a break from the seriousness of late-night comedy. Instead of making the news fun, she’ll make fun of everything and everybody. There will be no preaching or political agenda… unless it’s funny.

Wolf has four years of late-night under her belt, with time spent on “The Daily Show” and “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” And she plans to buck tradition now that she’s in the spotlight.

“You can expect the types of jokes my former bosses would tell me we couldn’t do on TV,” Wolf said.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Michelle, a gifted writer and performer with a singular voice,” said Bela Bajaria, Netflix’s vice president of content.

Wolf will executive produce the series under her Cats in Pants banner, along with Daniel Bodansky. Dan Powell (“Inside Amy Schumer”) and Christine Nangle (“The President’s Show,” “The Mick”) will act as co-showrunners and executive producers.

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Piers Morgan Rips Trevor Noah After ‘Unf—able Colin Firth’ Dig

Someone pass Trevor Noah some ointment because Piers Morgan just laid a sick burn on him.

British media personality Morgan tore into “Daily Show” host Noah after Noah characterized him as an “unf—able Colin Firth,’ suggesting that Noah is inferior to his “Daily Show” predecessor, Jon Stewart.

Morgan made his assessment in response to Noah’s segment on Morgan’s recent interview with President Donald Trump, declaring, “Now, Piers Morgan is not just an unf—able Colin Firth,” Noah said. “He’s also one of the winners of ‘The Celebrity Apprentice,’ so his sit-down with Trump was actually a reunion.”

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Morgan unleashed his Twitter wit on Noah on Tuesday, firing back, “@Trevornoah – I agree I’m ‘not as f—able as Colin Firth’. But you’re not as funny as Jon Stewart. So we’re kinda even.”

Noah isn’t the first high-profile critic to rib Morgan over his interview with Trump — on Friday, no less an authority than “Hold On to the Nights” singer Richard Marx took Morgan to task, accusing him of being “cowardly” during his Trump interview.

Marx kicked things off with a reaction to a segment from the sit-down in which Morgan asked Trump about retweeting anti-Muslim videos posted by right-wing group Britain First.

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“So the sitting POTUS admits he retweeted a far-right extremist group despite knowing ‘nothing about them’; begrudgingly apologizes; and @piersmorgan is too cowardly to call out the recklessness of his actions,” Marx wrote. “Modern ‘journalism’ in action.”

Marx’s assessment set off a back-and-forth that eventually found Morgan shooting back, “Wait a minute, are you THE Richard Marx – the guy who hasn’t had a hit this millennium? Jeez, no wonder you’re so bitter!”

Hi @Trevornoah – I agree I’m ‘not as f***able as Colin Firth’.
But you’re not as funny as Jon Stewart. So we’re kinda even. https://t.co/9Oyvo6rZow

– Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 30, 2018

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Someone pass Trevor Noah some ointment because Piers Morgan just laid a sick burn on him.

British media personality Morgan tore into “Daily Show” host Noah after Noah characterized him as an “unf—able Colin Firth,’ suggesting that Noah is inferior to his “Daily Show” predecessor, Jon Stewart.

Morgan made his assessment in response to Noah’s segment on Morgan’s recent interview with President Donald Trump, declaring, “Now, Piers Morgan is not just an unf—able Colin Firth,” Noah said. “He’s also one of the winners of ‘The Celebrity Apprentice,’ so his sit-down with Trump was actually a reunion.”

Morgan unleashed his Twitter wit on Noah on Tuesday, firing back, “@Trevornoah – I agree I’m ‘not as f—able as Colin Firth’. But you’re not as funny as Jon Stewart. So we’re kinda even.”

Noah isn’t the first high-profile critic to rib Morgan over his interview with Trump — on Friday, no less an authority than “Hold On to the Nights” singer Richard Marx took Morgan to task, accusing him of being “cowardly” during his Trump interview.

Marx kicked things off with a reaction to a segment from the sit-down in which Morgan asked Trump about retweeting anti-Muslim videos posted by right-wing group Britain First.

“So the sitting POTUS admits he retweeted a far-right extremist group despite knowing ‘nothing about them'; begrudgingly apologizes; and @piersmorgan is too cowardly to call out the recklessness of his actions,” Marx wrote. “Modern ‘journalism’ in action.”

Marx’s assessment set off a back-and-forth that eventually found Morgan shooting back, “Wait a minute, are you THE Richard Marx – the guy who hasn’t had a hit this millennium? Jeez, no wonder you’re so bitter!”

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How Late-Night Hosts Handled Trump’s Latest S— Storm (Videos)

Late night hosts can always count on having more than enough President Trump material to fill their monologues on any given evening. But on Thursday, some hosts couldn’t handle the president’s “sh–hole” remarks, which were made during a meeting with lawmakers about protecting immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries.

“Why are we having all these people from s—hole countries come here?” Trump said, according to a Washington Post report.

That was the final straw for hosts like Seth Meyers, who literally needed to introduce the segment, “Seth Has to Walk Away For a Minute,” in order to compose himself. “At what point do you just have some common decency, some human emotion?” he said offscreen.

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Stephen Colbert addressed Trump directly during his opening monologue for the “Late Show,” saying, “Sir, they are not s—hole countries. For one, Donald Trump isn’t their president.”

Noting the report’s mention that Trump expressed a preference for immigrants from Norway, Comedy Central’s “The Opposition” host Jordan Klepper said, “I know what you’re thinking: What do Norwegians have that Haitians and Africans don’t? It’s simple. They’re all white-knuckle enthusiasts about making America great again.”

Jimmy Kimmel was flabbergasted that POTUS would even say these words. “Before I share what he actually said,” Kimmel said while opening his show. “I want you to keep in mind this is an actual quote from the actual president of the United States.”

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After playing reports detailing Trump’s statements, Kimmel said, “Listen, I’m sure the fact that the countries he described as ‘s—holes’ are mostly populated by people of color and the immigrants he wants from Norway are not is a coincidence. Because if it wasn’t, it would mean we voted for a racist, like a real one. And we’d have to get pitchforks and chase him out of the White House.”

“Daily Show” host Trevor Noah, who is from South Africa, had a hot take on the issue. “Personally, as someone from South Sh–hole, I’m offended, Mr. President,” Noah said. “Because not only does he think brown countries are sh–holes, he thinks, what, we’re never going to know what he said? I mean, don’t get me wrong, it might take a few weeks, but once the news donkey reaches our village, we’ll be so mad.”

Watch late-night hosts address Trump’s comments in the videos above and below.

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Late night hosts can always count on having more than enough President Trump material to fill their monologues on any given evening. But on Thursday, some hosts couldn’t handle the president’s “sh–hole” remarks, which were made during a meeting with lawmakers about protecting immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries.

“Why are we having all these people from s—hole countries come here?” Trump said, according to a Washington Post report.

That was the final straw for hosts like Seth Meyers, who literally needed to introduce the segment, “Seth Has to Walk Away For a Minute,” in order to compose himself. “At what point do you just have some common decency, some human emotion?” he said offscreen.

Stephen Colbert addressed Trump directly during his opening monologue for the “Late Show,” saying, “Sir, they are not s—hole countries. For one, Donald Trump isn’t their president.”

Noting the report’s mention that Trump expressed a preference for immigrants from Norway, Comedy Central’s “The Opposition” host Jordan Klepper said, “I know what you’re thinking: What do Norwegians have that Haitians and Africans don’t? It’s simple. They’re all white-knuckle enthusiasts about making America great again.”

Jimmy Kimmel was flabbergasted that POTUS would even say these words. “Before I share what he actually said,” Kimmel said while opening his show. “I want you to keep in mind this is an actual quote from the actual president of the United States.”

After playing reports detailing Trump’s statements, Kimmel said, “Listen, I’m sure the fact that the countries he described as ‘s—holes’ are mostly populated by people of color and the immigrants he wants from Norway are not is a coincidence. Because if it wasn’t, it would mean we voted for a racist, like a real one. And we’d have to get pitchforks and chase him out of the White House.”

“Daily Show” host Trevor Noah, who is from South Africa, had a hot take on the issue. “Personally, as someone from South Sh–hole, I’m offended, Mr. President,” Noah said. “Because not only does he think brown countries are sh–holes, he thinks, what, we’re never going to know what he said? I mean, don’t get me wrong, it might take a few weeks, but once the news donkey reaches our village, we’ll be so mad.”

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Comedy Central’s Late-Night Lineup Goes Live After Trump’s State of the Union

President Donald Trump’s coming State of the Union address could provide late-night hosts with instant material, and Comedy Central’s wee-hours programs don’t intend to squander the opportunity. Both “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” and “The Opposition with Jordan Klepper” will air live episodes on Tuesday,  January 30, the night Trump is expected to deliver […]

President Donald Trump’s coming State of the Union address could provide late-night hosts with instant material, and Comedy Central’s wee-hours programs don’t intend to squander the opportunity. Both “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” and “The Opposition with Jordan Klepper” will air live episodes on Tuesday,  January 30, the night Trump is expected to deliver […]

Trump Pulled Fast One With Opioid Edict, ‘Daily Show’ Host Trevor Noah Reports (Video)

The opioid epidemic causes more than 34,000 deaths a year in the U.S. alone, and — as “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah pointed out Thursday night — the number of overdose deaths has quadrupled since 2000.

But Trump has this problem cinched up since announcing earlier in the day his — and the federal government’s — commitment to stemming the national crisis.

Or at least we’ve been led to believe. Enter Trevor Noah with his explainer:

The way we got here, said Noah, is doctors were handing out pills for anything: “backaches, tooth pain, FOMO [fear of missing out], whatever.”

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Last year Congress unanimously passed a law greatly cutting DEA’s power to go after these shady distributors, said Noah on Thursday’s broadcast, “because of the thing they’re addicted too: money” — the host pointing to massive amounts of money pharmaceutical lobbyists spend in D.C.

But there’s one man who gets it: Trump, Noah facetiously teases, pointing to when the president called the opioid crisis a national emergency on Thursday.

“Trump finally came through. Give him around an applause,” said Noah, who quickly called POTUS out on his turn of phrase.

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You see, it’s a subtle change of semantics, Noah said. There’s a difference between a national emergency and a public health emergency — which amounts to the difference between access to billions of dollars and a few thousand. Indeed, The New York Times reports “Mr. Trump fell short of fulfilling his promise in August to declare ‘a national emergency’ on opioids, which would have prompted the rapid allocation of federal funding to address the issue.”

Watch Noah’s breakdown in the video above.

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The opioid epidemic causes more than 34,000 deaths a year in the U.S. alone, and — as “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah pointed out Thursday night — the number of overdose deaths has quadrupled since 2000.

But Trump has this problem cinched up since announcing earlier in the day his — and the federal government’s — commitment to stemming the national crisis.

Or at least we’ve been led to believe. Enter Trevor Noah with his explainer:

The way we got here, said Noah, is doctors were handing out pills for anything: “backaches, tooth pain, FOMO [fear of missing out], whatever.”

Last year Congress unanimously passed a law greatly cutting DEA’s power to go after these shady distributors, said Noah on Thursday’s broadcast, “because of the thing they’re addicted too: money” — the host pointing to massive amounts of money pharmaceutical lobbyists spend in D.C.

But there’s one man who gets it: Trump, Noah facetiously teases, pointing to when the president called the opioid crisis a national emergency on Thursday.

“Trump finally came through. Give him around an applause,” said Noah, who quickly called POTUS out on his turn of phrase.

You see, it’s a subtle change of semantics, Noah said. There’s a difference between a national emergency and a public health emergency — which amounts to the difference between access to billions of dollars and a few thousand. Indeed, The New York Times reports “Mr. Trump fell short of fulfilling his promise in August to declare ‘a national emergency’ on opioids, which would have prompted the rapid allocation of federal funding to address the issue.”

Watch Noah’s breakdown in the video above.

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Jon Stewart, John Oliver and Trevor Noah Reteam for ‘Stand Up for Heroes’

“The Daily Show” gang will be back together when Jon Stewart, John Oliver and Trevor Noah reunite for the Stand Up for Heroes gala on Nov. 7 at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

The 11th annual celebration to honor our nation’s injured veterans and their families will also feature Hasan Minhaj, John Mulaney, Conan O’Brien and other surprise guests.

“Stand Up for Heroes is an opportunity for us all to put aside our differences and honor those who have, and continue to sacrifice so much for all of us,” said Bob Woodruff, ABC News correspondent and co-founder of the Bob Woodruff Foundation. “The power of coming together is even clearer as we reflect on Hurricanes Harvey and Irma where we were proud to see veterans stepping up as a force for good amid tragedy.”

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Since it was launched in 2007, Stand Up for Heroes  has raised over $40 million to create long-lasting, positive outcomes for our nation’s injured veterans, service members and their families. This year it will donate $500,000 to veteran organizations affected by recent disasters such as Harvey and Irma.

“Hurricane Harvey will undoubtedly be Team Rubicon’s largest operation to date, and Irma was not far behind, but the veterans and disaster responders among our ranks are built to serve,” said Jake Wood, CEO and co-founder of Team Rubicon. “Thanks to the continued support of the Bob Woodruff Foundation, we’re able to empower our nation’s best to tackle the worst.”

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Stand Up for Heroes is presented by the Bob Woodruff Foundation (BWF) and the New York Comedy Festival (NYCF), and is brought to you by Veterans on Wall Street, supported by founding sponsor GFI Group Inc., the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation and the Craig Newmark Foundation.

Past performers have included Bill Burr, Louis C.K., Stephen Colbert, Jim Gaffigan, Ricky Gervais, John Mayer, Seth Meyers, Conan O’Brien, Jerry Seinfeld, Bruce Springsteen, Jon Stewart, Brian Regan, Ray Romano and Robin Williams.

Tickets for Stand Up for Heroes go on sale today at 9 a.m. PT through bobwoodrufffoundation.org, nycomedyfestival.com or ticketmaster.com.

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“The Daily Show” gang will be back together when Jon Stewart, John Oliver and Trevor Noah reunite for the Stand Up for Heroes gala on Nov. 7 at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

The 11th annual celebration to honor our nation’s injured veterans and their families will also feature Hasan Minhaj, John Mulaney, Conan O’Brien and other surprise guests.

“Stand Up for Heroes is an opportunity for us all to put aside our differences and honor those who have, and continue to sacrifice so much for all of us,” said Bob Woodruff, ABC News correspondent and co-founder of the Bob Woodruff Foundation. “The power of coming together is even clearer as we reflect on Hurricanes Harvey and Irma where we were proud to see veterans stepping up as a force for good amid tragedy.”

Since it was launched in 2007, Stand Up for Heroes  has raised over $40 million to create long-lasting, positive outcomes for our nation’s injured veterans, service members and their families. This year it will donate $500,000 to veteran organizations affected by recent disasters such as Harvey and Irma.

“Hurricane Harvey will undoubtedly be Team Rubicon’s largest operation to date, and Irma was not far behind, but the veterans and disaster responders among our ranks are built to serve,” said Jake Wood, CEO and co-founder of Team Rubicon. “Thanks to the continued support of the Bob Woodruff Foundation, we’re able to empower our nation’s best to tackle the worst.”

Stand Up for Heroes is presented by the Bob Woodruff Foundation (BWF) and the New York Comedy Festival (NYCF), and is brought to you by Veterans on Wall Street, supported by founding sponsor GFI Group Inc., the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation and the Craig Newmark Foundation.

Past performers have included Bill Burr, Louis C.K., Stephen Colbert, Jim Gaffigan, Ricky Gervais, John Mayer, Seth Meyers, Conan O’Brien, Jerry Seinfeld, Bruce Springsteen, Jon Stewart, Brian Regan, Ray Romano and Robin Williams.

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