For the past year, comedians have successfully been going against the grain that the current presidential administration has been trying to put forth. First came the Not The Correspondents Dinner, then shows like The President Show, other president based shows and The Opposition with Jordan Klepper. Political based comedy has never been so relevant.
Comedy Central mainstay The Daily Show and Klepper's newly formed series will go live with their own State of the Unions. It's a great idea and goes along with the theme of sticking it to ol' 45. In a press release, the network said that the shows will be covering the actual State of the Union (the first for this administration) that will air live on broadcast networks. So tune in at 11 and 11:30 PM to see their first hand analysis on Tuesday, January 30.