The Daily Show With Jon Stewart correspondent Wyatt Cenac has decided to leave the Comedy Central program, the cable network confirmed. Cenac, who has been on The Daily Show since 2008, will stay on through the remainder of the year, which means three more weeks as the last Daily Show for 2012 tapes on Thursday, December 13. “Jon and the staff wish him the best in his future endeavors,” a rep for Comedy Central said. There are no immediate plans to hire a replacement for Cenac as The Daily Show does not have a set number of correspondents. For instance, the show added two correspondents – Jessica Williams and Al Madrigal – over the past year without anyone departing.
Wyatt Cenac Leaving ‘The Daily Show’
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