'Daily Show' pledges 'brand new look and feel' when it returns from summer hiatus
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"The Daily Show" is getting a mini makeover.

Comedy Central teased Tuesday that the show, hosted by Trevor NoahTrevor Noah'Daily Show' pledges 'brand new look and feel' when it returns from summer hiatus Amazon takes big step in e-book deal with libraries, but activists seek more Ted Cruz, Trevor Noah get into Twitter spat: 'I remember when the Daily Show was funny' MORE, will get a "brand new look and feel" when it returns from its summer hiatus in September.

The network didn't offer any details about what the new vibe might entail.

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This month also marks an end for the remote episodes — dubbed "The Daily Social Distancing Show" — that Noah filmed amid the coronavirus pandemic. According to Comedy Central, "The Daily Show" was the first late-night series to "bring their fully remote show to linear television" in March of last year.

The final remote episode will air on Thursday.

While the show won't reveal its new look until Sep. 13, Comedy Central said over the summer it'll produce original content for its website, podcast and social media channels.

Noah has hosted the late-night program since 2015.