New episodes of Apple TV+’s current affairs “The Problem With Jon Stewart,” will premiere weekly starting March 3, 2022. Ahead of the show’s debut, Apple has released its teaser to give a glimpse of witty discussions on very serious new social, economic, and political problems in the United States.
The show is hosted, written, directed, produced and advocated by renowned Jon Stewart who is the recipient of this year’s Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Stewart tackles complex and complicated issues of our time in his humorous and compassionate manner with industry experts, and stakeholders confronting those challenges.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the world’s problems. It’s harder to pinpoint the systems responsible for creating them. In this series, Jon Stewart brings together people impacted by different parts of a problem to discuss how we come up with change.
Returning “The Problem with Jon Stewart” show will kick off with a discussion on the stock market, racism, climate change, and more
The teaser video, uploaded on “The Problem with Jon Stewart” official YouTube channel, is a montage of new topics he is going to explore this season: “the stock market, climate change, how to achieve racial equality and mainstream media versus sensationalism.”
In this teaser video, Stewart is back in front of a studio audience sharing laughs, jokes and most importantly “problems,” as he tackles the stock market and Robinhood and speaks with SEC Chairman Gary Gensler, giving viewers an idea of what’s in store this season.
Season 1 of the show is available on Apple TV+ which offers four 43 minutes episodes on veterans, COVID-19 restrictions, working-class economy, and gun control in the United States.
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