The seconds season of “The Problem With Jon Stewart” will premiere on March 3 on Apple TV+

Feb 12, 2022, 6:26 PM UTC
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The seconds season of “The Problem With Jon Stewart'' will premiere on March 3 on Apple TV+
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The Writers Guild Award-nominated current affairs series The Problem With Jon Stewart,” hosted by the acclaimed host, writer, producer, director, and speaker Jon Stewart, will premiere its all-new episodes of the second season on Apple TV+ on Thursday, March 3.

Stewart and his crew will discuss managing the stock market, climate change, achieving racial equality, and mainstream media against sensationalism in upcoming episodes.

The weekly companion podcast focuses on the dialogue from each series episode, featuring staff writers from across the program who speak with activists in the field, offer information about the subject, and, of course, bring lots of laughs.

Stewart hosts and executive produces “The Problem With Jon Stewart” through his Busboy Productions. Showrunner Brinda Adhikari, together with Stewart’s longtime manager James Dixon and Richard Plepler’s Eden Productions, which has an exclusive overall production deal with Apple, executive produce the series.

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Chelsea Devantez is the head writer, while Chris McShane is the co-executive producer. Lorrie Baranek is the supervising producer.

About The Problem With Jon Stewart”

On the Apple Original series, Stewart leads with compassion and wit as he explores some of the most important, deeply-entrenched challenges of our time.

“The Problem With Jon Stewart” explores difficult issues from the views of stakeholders, experts, and those who are dealing with them. Previous episodes have covered topics such as veteran care and burn pits, individual freedom protection, the American economy, and America’s gun problem.

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