Need a few unscheduled moments of zen before Jon Stewart exits "The Daily Show" in August? Comedy Central has super-fans covered: They can treat themselves to a marathon of "The Daily Show" ahead of the host's final sign-off.
The network is sending off the outgoing comedian with "Your Month of Zen," a 42-day continuous streaming marathon on its website and Comedy Central app, which will include every episode of the show that Stewart hosted during his 16-year run.
The marathon kicked off on Friday -- with Stewart's first episode featuring Michael J. Fox -- and will end the night of his farewell episode on Aug. 6. The shows will also be featured on Comedy Central Radio on SiriusXM on Aug. 1-3.
Don't have time to watch full episodes? Here's a fan-generated time-lapse video of Stewart at his desk that covers 16 years and will only take two minutes to watch.
The cable network will continue its so-called "#JonVoyage" with a tribute to Stewart's stint in a one-hour special called "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart: News Your Own Adventure." The tribute, hosted by correspondents Jordan Klepper, Hasan Minhaj and Jessica Williams, will air on Aug. 2 and feature favorite segments voted for by fans.
The "Rosewater" director began hosting the show in 1999 and announced last February that he would be stepping down later this year. Trevor Noah will take over the post on Sept. 28 and serve as its third permanent host since it debuted in 1996 with then-host Craig Kilborn.
"In my heart I know it's time for someone else to have the opportunity," Stewart said in February. "I don't have any specific plans. ... I've got a lot of things in my head. I'm going to have dinner on a school night with my family."
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