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Turns out there's now a late-night TV host for every mood

Turns out there's now a late-night TV host for every mood

As Pope Francis concluded his first tour of the U.S., another cultural conclave officially convened. Taking over for Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show," Trevor Noah became the last of the late-night host replacements.

The timing could not have been better. Though many righteously protested the priest-like quality of the group (they're all male), together they seem to have performed their own sort of miracle.

After years of stagnation, late-night has been unexpectedly redefined and reinvigorated. On the broadcast networks, the disparate talents of Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and James Corden stock the time slot with equal parts silliness, share-ability...

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