Long time Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones has announced plans to leave the show.
It seems like everyone these days is leaving The Daily Show. With the recent announcement from Jon Stewart that he is leaving the helm of his hosting duties, many fans were left dismayed and saddened by the departure of the beloved comedian. And now with one of the show’s funniest correspondents leaving, fans might just be at a complete comedic loss.
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After almost ten years of service to the show, Jason Jones decided to sign off a few days ago, announcing the departure through a series of tweets.
The show in question is one that both he and his wife Samantha Bee are producing. Daily Show fans will recognize Bee as a correspondent on the show as well. Though the husband and wife team are collaborating on the new TBS comedy, Bee has not announced plans to leave The Daily Show yet.
A synopsis of the pair’s new show as provided by TVLine:
"“The series — based on the couple’s own experiences with family getaways — will star Jones as unfiltered dad Nate and Natalie Zea (Justified, The Following) as his wife.“The couple and their two kids — rebellious daughter Delilah (Louie‘s Ashley Gerasimovich) and simpleton son Jared (The Neighbors‘s Liam Carroll) — will pile into their car and embark on a trip to Florida that Nate feels will be “the adventure of a lifetime,” according to the network. “Every leg of their trip, however, is fraught with unforeseen disaster as they encounter one hellish turn after another. Plans call for each season of the show to chronicle a different family adventure.”"
Let’s just hope that this won’t end up like so many TBS comedies before: cancelled and forgotten (and by that I mean every TBS original comedy).
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