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After seven years as the show's host, who succeeded Jon Stewart in 2015, he will leave Comedy Central, telling the audience that his "time is up."

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In a special video message, Noah stated, "It's been simply great. "I never anticipated it to be like this. The entire time, I was reflecting on everything we've been through.

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The Trump presidency, the epidemic, the voyage alone, and yet another pandemic has made me understand that my time is over after seven years.

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"I want to thank you, to you who saw this," he concluded. I never imagined I would be in this situation. I resemble Charlie from the Chocolate Factory in certain ways.

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The comic, who was a relative unknown from South Africa when chosen to succeed Stewart, didn't confirm his future step but did make a suggestion that stand-up comedy might return.

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Comedy Central announced the departure in a statement to Variety. Who would take his place or the day he will serve as host of his farewell program were not disclosed. 

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Variety reports that Comedy Central has a number of prospective replacements for Noah in the shape of his Daily Show correspondents.

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These may include the increasingly well-liked recent portions of Desi Lydic, Roy Wood Jr., Ronny Chieng, Michael Kosta, Dulcé Sloan, and Jordan Klepper.

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Noah assured them he would still be around for a while as he revealed his upcoming departure.