Tiffany Haddish, Brad Paisley, Ray Romano, and Prince Harry will also stop by the virtual event.
Each hour-long, single-subject episode will see the former Daily Show host explore a topic at the center of the national conversation.
Steve Carell’s political comedy plays like a well-placed warning.
Police are “enforcing segregation. Segregation is legally over, but it never ended.”
Originally set for a May theatrical release, the political comedy stars Steve Carell, Rose Byrne, and Chris Cooper.
Halsey, Jon Bon Jovi, Danny DeVito, Tony Bennett, Chelsea Handler, and others will also participate.
A first look at the highly anticipated political satire.
Dubbed “Gem City Shine”, the event honored the victims of the recent mass shootings in Dayton and around the US.
Jarvis Cocker, Jeff Tweedy, Nas, Will Ferrell, Spike Jonze, and Chloë Sevigny also have credits.
Stewart will direct and Carell will star in the forthcoming film.
Comedy legends will hit the road together beginning in June.
The three-day comedy and music festival goes down in San Francisco this June.