"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.
2 days until retirement...
Isn't this when I get sent on a dangerous assignment with a rookie and don't make it back?
— Rory Albanese (@RoryAlbanese) October 9, 2013
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