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'The Daily Show' Shakeup: Showrunner Rory Albanese Exiting

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ST. PAUL, MN - SEPTEMBER 05: Host Jon Stewart (L) of Comedy Central's 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart' talks with co-executive producer Rory Albanese during a taping of 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Restoring Honor & Dignity to the White House' at the McNally Smith College of Music September 5, 2008 in St. Paul, Minnesota. The show is being taped in St. Paul during the week of the Republican National Convention. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Comedy Central) | Getty

"The Daily Show" is undergoing a bit of a shakeup. Longtime showrunner Rory Albanese is leaving to work in the world of sitcoms, Deadline reports.

Albanese signed a script development deal with Warner Bros. TV and already has a script sold to CBS. His last day is Thursday, Oct. 10. "The Daily Show" will likely promote a new showrunner from within, according to Deadline.

The standup comic took to social media to say goodbye.

Click over to Deadline for more.

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