Trevor Noah may be departing The Daily Show, but he's about to be busier than ever.
The comedian will begin his Off the Record world tour in January 2023, visiting 28 U.S. cities and yet-unannounced international locations. He will visit cities like Atlanta, New Orleans, Boston, Austin, New York, and San Francisco, to name a few.
The announcement comes ahead of the release of Noah's next Netflix stand-up special, I Wish You Would, which premieres on the platform later this month. I Wish You Would marks Noah's third comedy special with the streamer, following 2018's Son of Patricia and 2017's Afraid of the Dark.
Noah surprised viewers in September when he announced he would be leaving The Daily Show after a seven-year stint as host. He made his debut as Daily Show host in September 2015 following the departure of 16-year host Jon Stewart. During an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in October following his announcement, Noah revealed he was excited to get back to doing stand-up "around the world".
Noah's last day as host of The Daily Show is Thursday, December 8.
I Wish You Would premieres on Netflix November 22.
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