Nick Kroll -
The star of the network's "Kroll Show" has a comic pedigree that includes "Chappelle's Show"
Marc Maron -
Much respected, the comedian previsously replaced Jon Stewart on Comedy Central's "Short Attention Span Theater." This may be the cable channel's chance to bring him back.
Larry Wilmore -
"The Daily Show's" "Senior Black Correspondent," Wilmore is one of the more recognizable "Daily Show" correspondents who could keep the satirical-news brand alive at 11:30
Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele -
The stars of "Key and Peele" have recently seen their stock rise, which may lead Comedy Central to want to reward them with one of its most prominent time slots
Joel McHale -
McHale's availability likely depends on the fate of "Community," but if he does end up becoming available, a jump from E!, where he hosts "The Soup," to Comedy Central is definitely possible
Daniel Tosh -
Tosh created one of Comedy Central's most popular shows just showing clips from the internet, what could he do with a whole new premise?
Dan Harmon -
He may be behind the camera as the show runner for "Community," but Dan Harmon is no stranger to a talk-show environment, hosting his own weekly podcast, "Harmon Town"
Chris Hardwick -
Hardwick follows Colbert with "@Midnight," moving him up 30 mins isn't too much of a stretch
Chris Gethard -
Gethard is a well known member of the Upright Citizens Brigade, the same improv group that Amy Poehler and Adam McKay came from, he's just looking for his big break
Amy Schumer -
Comedy Central may want to find a way to hold on to Schumer, because with a starring role in Judd Apatow's "Trainwreck" she is on the verge of becoming a major star
Adam Carolla -
The host of one of the most popular national podcasts, Adam Carolla has a strong fan base, but will that translate to success in front of a camera?
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer -
Comedy Central's newest stars aren't as well known, but that could work to their advantage, creating a level of intrigue as to what who will succeed Colbert