Comedy Central Website Shuttered, Decades of Daily Show and Colbert Report Clips Gone in a Blink

Comedy Central Website Shuttered, Decades of Daily Show and Colbert Report Clips Gone in a Blink

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Paramount has effectively shut down its Comedy Central website, TVLine has confirmed. Prior to this week, ComedyCentral.com had been home to a repository of clips that included video from every episode of The Daily Show since 1999 and all of The Colbert Report.

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Also included in the purge: snippets from and episodes of @midnight, The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore and The Opposition With Jordan Klepper.

Latenighter.com first reported the site’s gutting. TVLine has reached out to Paramount for comment.

The site’s shutdown follows that of two other Paramount-owned properties: MTV.com (including its in-depth MTV News archives) and CMT.com. While all of the domains remain active, a pop-up notice on each homepage lets readers know that “while most episodes of [insert channel here] series are no longer available on this website, you can watch [insert channel here] through your TV provider. You can also sign up for Paramount+ to watch many seasons of [insert channel here] shows.”

Much of the content housed on the now-dark sites, however, is not currently available on Paramount+.

Were you a frequent visitor to any of the sites listed above? Hit the comments and let us know!

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