South African comedian, Trevor Noah, is living his best life as the host of the American TV show, The Daily Show. However, the show faces an unsure future as it could be cut from US TV. He asked fans to help prevent this.
SA-born comedian Trevor has turned to his fans to help him prevent his American TV show from facing a cut from US TV.
The American satellite service DirecTV has plans to cut up to 23 channels from its bouquet, and Comedy Central - where The Daily Show is aired - is one of them.
The popular show could lose millions of viewers if this happens as the US is the show's target audience.
Trevor asked his fans to call DirectTV and ask for the channels to be kept, as reported on by The South African.
The talk show host shared a short video in which he addresses his fans.
T&T-DirecTV might drop Comedy Central and up to 22 other Viacom channels. They’ll be shutting down your access to all new episodes of your favourite shows. So, take action. Call AT&T-DirecTV and let them know that you want Comedy Central so you can watch The Daily Show.
The way God intended it. That was too much, but I think they get it.
Briefly.co.za gathered that DirectTV is yet to strike a deal that will see the shows remaining as part of the company's bouquet.
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