The exhausting political season is mercifully coming to a close this week. Tuesday night, there will be a winner and a loser, though TheWrap has ID'd 16 others who lose either way once this thing concludes.
Scroll through to see who most need Trump-Clinton to last forever.
Trevor Noah This "Daily Show" iteration had been struggling to find its voice. Lately, however, Noah's been doing some solid work. But does the surge continue without the Trump Train to derail? Probably not.
Print Newspapers The world may not end in 2017, but the print journalism one very well could. OK, so that's a bit overdramatic, but watch the ad sales decline and staffs shrink without the heated political battle paying for all that ink.
Seth Meyers The "Late Night" host is always good, but he's at his best with the dire political stuff. Plus, viewers may now be more prone to turn their sets off before 12:30 a.m., or maybe even flip over to lighter fun-and-games with James Corden.
Your Dad Let's face it, your dad has REALLY been into this election. He hasn't talked about anything else since last August. What the hell is he gonna do now? Play golf? Thanksgiving is gonna be awkward.
MSNBC We purposely left Fox News Channel off this list because its bump-reversal won't be as rough as its rivals'. MSNBC, on the other hand, is closer to CNN in terms of its election lift -- so, look out below.
Nate Silver FiveThirtyEight and Silver become rockstars every four years -- now the clock's ticking. Of course, Silver's now got Sports, Science & Health, Economics and Culture verticals to manage, but it won't be the same 'til 2020.
Milo Yiannopoulos Given that he never photographs the same way twice, this anti-feminist/-Muslim/-social justice perma-troll may just be able to reinvent himself when his role model loses. He's always got his Breitbart post and side gig tormenting Leslie Jones to fall back on, but he's gonna to have to launch those attacks from Weibo now that he's banned from Twitter for life.
Stephen Colbert While it's no "Colbert Report," the "Late Show" handles this political stuff pretty well. Beyond that though, the post-Letterman era hasn't received much praise. With Fallon and Kimmel having the hotter 11:30 shows, Colbert could be in trouble.
Cali-Fame of Los Angeles Inc. The manufacturer of the "Make America Great Again" hat probably never even dreamed of a year like this one. The company had better hope some major sports league wants to change its jerseys to super-basic lettering.
"Saturday Night Live" "SNL" has been on a tear lately, and its TV ratings are the pudding's proof. They won't die immediately -- Dave Chappelle is hosting this weekend -- but the Nielsen numbers should come back down to earth.
Sean Hannity The conservative Fox News host has emerged as Donald Trump’s No. 1 media ally. The two appear to be quite close, and Trump granted the majority of his TV interviews to his apparent phone buddy. That resulted in higher ratings, temporary as they may be.
Jill Stein/Gary Johnson Remember these two? History almost surely won't. Although we suppose the Libertarian's name will commonly be found on political gaffe compilations for his "What Is Aleppo?" moment.
Political Websites Politico, The Hill and BuzzFeed News have emerged as must-visit destinations for people surfing the Internet for info on the latest election-related rumor or scandal. As Tuesday comes and goes, these sites will lose a ton of traffic.
Katrina Pierson America's lousy new economy leaves little opportunity for those like Pierson with extensive knowledge of 1970s commercial aircraft or bombshells like Obama's responsibility for a soldier's death in Iraq four years before he was elected president. But this human meme generator may still have a future as a fact checker for The Onion.