“The Daily Show” may soon have a new host, but the executive team remains the same.
Steve Bodow, Jen Flanz, Tim Greenberg, Jill Katz and Adam Lowitt will continue as executive producers of Trevor Noah’s turn as 11 p.m. Comedy Central host. Outgoing face Jon Stewart was the only other executive producer.
“Steve, Jen, Tim, Jill and Adam have been key architects of ‘The Daily Show’s’ success, and we are excited that they will continue at the core of the creative team working with Trevor Noah as the show evolves,” said Comedy Central President Michele Ganeless. “They remain committed to delivering the smart, insightful comedy that has become the hallmark of ‘The Daily Show.'”
Bodow joined the show in 2002 and held positions as a writer (2002-2006), head writer (2007-2010), supervising producer (2008-2010), co-executive producer (2011-2013) and executive producer (2014-present). Flanz started in 1998 as a production assistant (1998-1999) and moved on to roles as an assistant production coordinator (1999-2000), production coordinator, (2000-2001), production manager (2001-2003), coordinating producer (2003-2007), supervising producer (2007-2010), co-executive producer (2011-2013) and executive producer (2014-present).
Greenberg started in 2006 as a field producer (2006-2012) and then went on to roles as supervising producer (2012-2013), co-executive producer (2014) and executive producer (2014-present). Katz started in 2006 as line producer and then became executive in charge of production (2007-2008), executive in charge of production and producer (2009-2014) and executive producer (2014-present).
Lowitt joined in 2002 as a post-production assistant (2002-2003) and then moved on to tape coordinator (2003-2004), footage supervisor (2004-2007), segment producer (2007-2008), senior segment producer (2008-2010), senior producer (2010-2012), supervising producer (2012-2013) and executive producer (2014-present).
“The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” premieres on Sep. 28. Stewart’s final episode is Aug. 6.