Larry King’s next gig will apparently be another cable television job, the New York Post’s Page Six reports. The former CNN host is in talks to become a regular contributor to Comedy Central’s "Daily Show with Jon Stewart," according to the story.
King would join the show as a contributor, not as a correspondent, and would appear every now and then, similar to the show’s arrangement with comedian Lewis Black. The article says the talks are in the early stages, but adds that King is talking about the gig as if it’s a done deal.
The piece notes that Stewart was a a supporter of King in his last days at CNN and appeared on King’s final program.