Trevor Noah’s ‘Daily Show’ debut will be featured on multiple networks

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When Trevor Noah makes his official debut as host of “The Daily Show” on Monday night, you’ll be able to catch all the fun on a host of cable networks.

Variety.com reported Friday that the Comedy Central show will be simulcast on all of parent company Viacom’s cable networks, including MTV and VH1.

Noah’s first guest on the Sept. 28 premiere will be comedian Kevin Hart.

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