The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
So Much News, So Little Time - Kevin Spacey, Puerto Rico's Power Grid & A White Lives Matter Rally
Season 23 • 10/30/2017
Netflix cancels "House of Cards" amid a sex scandal, and protesters silence a white power rally.
Margo Price - Writing Postcards Across the Country on "All American Made"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Margo Price discusses her album "All American Made," which reflects on the time she spent traveling across the U.S., and speaks out against the wage gap between men and women.
Today's Future Now: Faster FoodThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Ronny Chieng discusses automated fast food, which features self-driving cars that deliver pizza, burger-flipping robots and customers who pay via facial recognition software.
Trump vs. Sane Republicans: The GOP Civil WarThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Conservative Senators Bob Corker and Jeff Flake come out against Donald Trump, prompting Steve Bannon to declare war on any GOP legislator who doesn't support the president.
Maggie Gyllenhaal - A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Birth of Porn in "The Deuce"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses her HBO show "The Deuce," which examines the start of the porn industry in New York City, and reflects on the treatment of women in entertainment.
Amazon's Home-Invading Delivery ServiceThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Trevor is leery of the new delivery service Amazon is launching, which lets drivers leave packages inside homes.
Is This Cereal Box Racist?The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Kellogg's is forced to update the artwork on Corn Pops cereal boxes after the original image is deemed racist.
Reminder: Race Is Not a CostumeThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
In an effort to cut down on racist Halloween costumes, Roy Wood Jr. explains the history of blackface and minstrel shows.
Trump Comes Through on the Opioid Crisis (But Not Really)The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Trevor unpacks how opioid addiction has escalated to a public health crisis and explains why President Trump hasn't lived up to his campaign promise to fight the epidemic.
Trump Is Even a Jerk to KidsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
While handing out candy at the annual White House Halloween celebration, President Trump proves that even being crude to children isn't off limits.
It's Mueller Time: The First Indictments Roll InThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Special counsel Robert Mueller indicts former Trump campaign staffers Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, and ex-adviser George Papadopoulos pleads guilty to lying to the FBI.
So Much News, So Little Time - Kevin Spacey, Puerto Rico's Power Grid & A White Lives Matter RallyThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Kevin Spacey is accused of making advances on an underage boy, Puerto Rico cancels a controversial power contract, and "La Bamba" becomes a counter-protest anthem.
Unfollowed: Escaping Trump's TweetsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
In honor of Halloween, Desi Lydic reveals what it's like to be haunted by President Trump's Twitter feed.
John Kelly's Revisionist History of the Civil WarThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
After White House Chief of Staff John Kelly praises Confederate General Robert E. Lee during an interview, Michael Kosta demonstrates how the comments rewrote history.
The Right Reacts to the Mueller IndictmentsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
In response to the first indictments from Robert Mueller, Senator Chuck Grassley flees a press conference, and Sean Hannity redirects attention to Hillary Clinton.
The Politicization of the Halloween Terror Attack in New York CityThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
After a foreign-born man in New York City killed eight people by driving a truck into a crowd on Halloween, President Trump calls for a crackdown on immigration.
Get Ready for The Yearly Show 2017The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Between the Trump presidency, North Korea's nuclear capabilities and a vicious hurricane season, Trevor's got a lot to recap about 2017.
In Other News: Osama bin Laden, Barack Obama & A Lawyer DogThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
The CIA releases Osama bin Laden's internet history, former President Barack Obama is summoned to jury duty, and a Louisiana man's slangy request for a lawyer is denied.
Silicon Valley Answers to Congress Amid the Russia ProbeThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Congress lays into the leaders of major tech companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter to find out how Russia used social media to meddle in the 2016 presidential election.
Disney Casts "The Lion King"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
The cast of the live-action remake of "The Lion King" is announced, and Trevor wonders why he wasn't offered a role in film, which is set in Africa and stars Beyonce.
Tig Notaro - Exploring Personal and Political Issues on "One Mississippi"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Comedian Tig Notaro talks about addressing the Trump administration on her Amazon series "One Mississippi" and describes what it's like to work with her real-life wife.
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