Sarah Silverman Reignites 'The Daily Show' with a Star-Packed Week

Exploring Feminine Evolution with Cat Bohannon and Silverman.

by Nouman Rasool
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Sarah Silverman Reignites 'The Daily Show' with a Star-Packed Week
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As the spotlight shifts back to "The Daily Show" following Trevor Noah's exit, comedian and actress Sarah Silverman steps up to the stage, seizing the reins as guest host for a week starting November 6. Silverman, acclaimed for her razor-sharp comedy and boundary-pushing wit, is slated to invigorate the beloved late-night talk show with her dynamic hosting presence and an impressive roster of guests.

The week kicks off with Joel Madden of Good Charlotte fame on Monday, taking a break from his judging duties on Paramount Plus' "Ink Master" to sit down with Silverman. The conversation is poised to be as colorful as Madden's punk-rock career and tattoo-laden legacy.

Eve's Evolutionary Insight

The following evening, Silverman dives into a conversation with author Cat Bohannon, whose book "Eve: How the Female Body Drove 200 Million Years of Human Evolution" promises to offer a fascinating perspective on evolutionary biology and the unique role of female physiology in shaping human history.

Midweek brings the tunes with Margo Price, who steps away from the microphone to share her journey through music and life on Wednesday. As a country artist with a flair for storytelling, Price's dialogue with Silverman is expected to resonate with fans and newcomers alike.

The week's crescendo peaks on Thursday with comedy and film titan Judd Apatow. As the brain behind countless hits, Apatow will discuss his latest Peacock film, "Please Don’t Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain," promising behind-the-scenes anecdotes and laughs.

With a carousel of guest hosts including Charlamagne tha God and Desus Nice keeping "The Daily Show" vibrant since Noah's departure last December, Silverman's tenure is particularly anticipated. Known for her eponymous program on Comedy Central and her illustrious filmography, which includes "A Million Ways to Die in the West" and "School of Rock," Silverman's return is a beacon for her fans and comedy enthusiasts eagerly awaiting her to take the late-night stage by storm.

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