Jon Stewart resumed hosting 'The Daily Show' on Comedy Central every Monday night through the presidential election, beginning his new tenure with classic humor and political satire.

On Monday night, Jon Stewart made his awaited return as the host of 'The Daily Show,' a position he occupied and transformed into a cultural landmark until leaving in August 2015. This return comes as part of a plan announced in January, where Stewart will not only host the show every Monday through the presidential election but will also serve as an executive producer. His comeback episode featured his characteristically sharp humor, mixing silliness with politically charged jokes, and kicked off the show's 'Indecision' election coverage in classic style. With a promise to maintain his left-leaning stance, Stewart commented on current events such as the Super Bowl and Taylor Swift conspiracy theories with his typical blend of humor and critique.