Stephen Colbert poses with the award for Outstanding Variety Series for "The Colbert Report" at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. Jon Stewart's 16-year-long run as host of "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," has helped launch comedy careers. Colbert left the show to launch his own companion show, which he hosted for a decade. Then, in late 2014, he exited Comedy Central for CBS, where in September he will step into the late-night time “Late Show” slot long occupied by David Letterman.
Stephen Colbert poses with the award for Outstanding Variety Series for "The Colbert Report" at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. Jon Stewart's 16-year-long run as host of "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," has helped launch comedy careers. Colbert left the show to launch his own companion show, which he hosted for a decade. Then, in late 2014, he exited Comedy Central for CBS, where in September he will step into the late-night time “Late Show” slot long occupied by David Letterman. Jordan Strauss Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP
Stephen Colbert poses with the award for Outstanding Variety Series for "The Colbert Report" at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. Jon Stewart's 16-year-long run as host of "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," has helped launch comedy careers. Colbert left the show to launch his own companion show, which he hosted for a decade. Then, in late 2014, he exited Comedy Central for CBS, where in September he will step into the late-night time “Late Show” slot long occupied by David Letterman. Jordan Strauss Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

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