Television

Samantha Bee’s New Show Will Be On-the-Ground, Feminist, and Very Canadian

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The classic image of the American late-night show is a host in a suit, strolling out on stage to confidently lob one-liners at an adoring studio audience. In some ways, Samantha Bee fits this image perfectly; with over a decade as one of the star players on Jon Stewart’s Daily Show under her belt, she’s a seasoned and self-assured performer, able to establish a rapport with guests and viewers alike.
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James Corden to Host Tony Awards, Also Celebrates Groundhog Day

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Nobody sells a joke like James Corden. Since taking over The Late Late Show on March of 2015, he’s overcome any anxiety and grown into his role as creator of viral content, what with those charming car sing-alongs. So he should do well, then, as the host of the 2016 Tony Awards, a job that, more than anything else, requires the ability to sell a joke, no matter how flat it falls. 
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