Ditto. Since the end of Jon Stewart I find that I couldn't bear to watch The Daily Show anymore, It's not I don't think Trevor Noah isn't funny, but his delivery of the jokes doesn't fit him, and it shows, it was like the jokes where written for Jon Stewart, but the delivery isn't the same with Trevor.
Originally Posted by Donovan's Monkey
Since the end of the Colbert Report and Jon Stewart left the Daily Show, there isn't a single late night show that I watch start to finish every night, but that's largely because of time constraints. As I've mentioned previously, I'm not a fan of Fallon or Corden. Nothing against Larry Wilmore and Trevor Noah, but after watching them a couple of times each in their first weeks on the air, I didn't find them compelling enough to continue. Back when Conan had his 12:37 a.m. show on NBC, I could watch the whole thing most nights, but the "less edgy" style after his move to L.A. and earlier time slot turned me off a little. It's moved slightly back in the right direction on TBS, and I can watch the monologue and following desk comedy piece most nights (or next day to be more accurate), but not the rest of it. It's the same situation for me with Kimmel, Colbert, and Seth Meyers. Of the once-a-week shows, I'll usually watch John Oliver and Bill Maher if I'm home and remember, or the youtube clips later if I'm not. I'm kind of on the fence with the new Sam Bee show; I think I'll probably put it in the same category as Wilmore and Noah. As your title for this thread points out, there isn't enough time for all of them.
"And Now for Something Completely Different..." - John Cleese (Monty Python).