While fellow late-night hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel have posted short videos to YouTube, Noah on Wednesday night put up a quarantine version of The Daily Show that -- at about 18 minutes -- was nearly as long as his typical show without commercials. "Right now, we don't know when we'll go back to the studio, we don't know if we'll go back to the studio and I don't think any of you know any different," he said. "Coronavirus has changed everybody's lives. And so what we've decided to do is make The Daily Show from homes. Not just my home but everyone's home. So the producers, the writers, the directors, the graphics producers, we're all just going to chill at home and use the technology we have to try and make a show."