Jon Stewart is returning to his aged stomping grounds.
The former Daily Show host will revisit a Comedy Central array Monday — his initial coming given stepping down from his longtime post in August.
Stewart will be Trevor Noah’s guest Monday to call for congressional movement on a 9/11 bill. The news was announced Monday on Twitter with a design of Stewart, still rocking an considerable retirement beard, sitting opposite from Noah.
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) December 8, 2015
Stewart has done really few TV appearances given he left The Daily Show with a difference of a Emmys and CBS This Morning. However, a Emmy leader has kept bustling behind a scenes, portion as an executive writer on former Daily Show match Stephen Colbert’s CBS late-night show, that premiered in Sep only a few weeks before Noah’s Daily Show debut. Stewart also has seemed twice on a Late Show, albeit briefly.
Most recently, Stewart sealed a four-year understanding with HBO in Nov to emanate shortform digital calm for a compensate cabler.
The Daily Show airs weeknights during 11 p.m. on Comedy Central.