'Daily Show With Jon Stewart' Replaces Showrunner With Three Veterans Deadline
Comedy Central's "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" has tapped three veterans as its new showrunners, replacing Rory Albanese, who left last week to take a prime-time comedy development role with Warner Bros. TV, Deadline.com reports.
The three are "Daily Show" co-executive producers Adam Lowitt, Jennifer Flanz and Steve Bodow.
"Lowitt, Flanz and Bodow, all multiple Emmy winners for their work on the show, are expected to be upped to executive producers," the piece notes. All three have worked on the show for several years, with Bodow working as a "Daily Show" writer for a decade.