Roy Wood Jr
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Plan B is really important — whether it’s about becoming physically independent or dealing with the fact that Comedy Central doesn’t want you as host of the series. Daily show. Roy Wood Jr. knows this, which is why he quit his job as a reporter Daily show. Wood has held the position for eight years, but is now stepping down after not being offered the job of permanent host. “I can’t come up with Plan B while I’m still working on Plan A,” Wood said. NPR on October 5 Morning edition. “The job of a reporter… is really not a job where you can juggle multiple things. I think eight years is a good amount of time.” Wood added that if Comedy Central offered him the big job, he would still consider it. “If I offer you the opportunity to host Daily show “At any point in your life… you have to stop for a moment and think about that,” he said.
Wood later took to social media to share more thoughts on his “decision to move on.” Citing television executive Doug Herzog, Wood suggested that jobs are rented, not owned, writing: “In the end, no matter how long you’re there, you’re just passing through.” Added in application notes statement He is grateful to Trevor Noah, Paramount, and Comedy Central for the various ways in which he was able to pursue his “comedic and political curiosity” during his time on the show. Daily show. “I look forward to finding other ways to collaborate with them in the future,” Wood concluded. “Until then, I’m excited to nurture new ideas and see what the future holds for me in the quicksand of late-night television, scripted comedy, and whatever else the comedy gods may have in store for me in 2024 and beyond.”
“Roy Wood Jr. is a comedic genius and a beloved teammate,” a spokesperson said Daily show He said in a statement. “His insights and humor have helped us make sense of the 2016 election, the pandemic, and countless hours of Fox News. We thank him for his time with us and can’t wait to see what he does next.” Now that Wood has left Daily showMaybe he should replace it with another drama series with a similar name — Morning show. Does he want to go to space?
This article has been updated.
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