The Problem With Jon Stewart Ended After Two Seasons, And Now The U.S. Government Is Pressing Apple Over The Cancellation


In 2021, six years after his time on The Daily Show concluded, Jon Stewart returned to the TV space for The Problem with Jon Stewart, a current affairs show that streamed to Apple TV+ subscribers. Well, this hosting job unfortunately came nowhere close to lasting as long as his last one, as in October, The Problem with Jon Stewart ended after just two seasons due to “creative differences” with Apple. Now the U.S. government is pressing the company over what was reported to be one of the main reasons for the cancellation: China.

Supposedly when Stewart told his staff that the show was ending, he mentioned that “potential show topics related to China and artificial intelligence” prompted concern from Apple executives, and there was also said to be “potential for further creative disagreements” when it came to the 2024 presidential election. On the subject of China though THR has learned that the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party has sent a letter to Apple and its CEO, Tim Cook, about whether the company’s relationship with China. 

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