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Jon Stewart's "Daily Show" is over, which means both his life and the life of new host Trevor Noah are about to change drastically.
Noah has seven weeks to prepare for his first edition of "The Daily Show," which is scheduled for September 28.
Comedy Central has been busy with Stewart's sign-off, but meetings will resume next week about Noah's sign-on and the creative direction of the show.
There won't be much upheaval behind the scenes. The network recently announced that five executive producers of "Daily" -- Steve Bodow, Jen Flanz, Tim Greenberg, Jill Katz and Adam Lowitt -- will be sticking around for the Noah era.
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