Apple TV+’s popular current affairs talk show “The Problem With Jon Stewart” is about to go live. During the show’s mid-season break, its host Jon Stewart will be hosting a live stream on YouTube.
Witty and insightful talk show host Jon Stewart created “The Problem With Jon Stewart” series as a result of a multi-year production deal with Apple TV+. In September 2021, The Problem With Jon Stewart season 1 premiered with eight episodes and an accompanying podcast series. Each focuses on a single issue that is “currently part of the national conversation and [Stewart’s] advocacy work” like American war veterans’ health issues, discourse on freedom, and domestic violence and gun violence.
Season 2 of The Problem With Jon Stewart show premiered in October 2022 and ended on November 2022 with six episodes discussing gender, tax money, democracy, and other topics.
Call the “The Problem with Jon Stewart” live stream and part of the discussion
The official Twitter account of the show has announced that Jon Stewart will be hosting a live stream of Apple TV+’s show The Problem on its official YouTube channel on Thursday, Feb. 23 at 9 PM ET to take “your calls!”
However, other details on which number to call were not shared at the moment. Interested viewers are advised to subscribe to the channel “so you don’t miss it at.”
.@JonStewart is hosting a @TheProblem livestream! Tune into our YouTube channel on Thu, Feb. 23 at 9 PM ET. We'll be taking your calls! Details to come. Subscribe so you don't miss it at https://t.co/fbvILF26GF pic.twitter.com/g2pOgUwQLM
— The Problem With Jon Stewart (@TheProblem) February 21, 2023
“The Problem with Jon Stewart” season 1 and season 2 are available on Apple TV+ for $6.99 per month with a free 7-day trial. More episodes are expected to air soon.
Having said that, the show’s companion podcast show is available on Apple Podcasts for free with over 10 episodes discussing the impact of policies and events on Americans.