Colbert Report: ‘Colbert Report’ Hiatus

February 17, 2012 by staff 

Colbert Report: ‘Colbert Report’ Hiatus, If you are looking for The Stephen Colbert Show, you are out of luck.

According to Comedy Central, Stephen Colbert’s brand of satirical politics is on hiatus at least for two days for “unforeseen reasons” and is now airing repeats. According to late breaking news by the Wall Street Journal the show was temporarily stopped because of “an emergency in Mr. Colbert’s family.”

“The Colbert Report” is expected to resume production soon, perhaps as early as next week.

Scheduled guests actress Claire Danes and author Susan Cain were cancelled and folks holding tickets to the show were told the “taping was canceled and that they would have to make reservations for a new date.”

Their dates for the rescheduling of the show were said to be in March. Steve Albani, a spokesman for Comedy Central, who announced the suspension of the show did not elaborate in his email, telling Fox News: “Unfortunately, we’re not providing any details beyond the only official statement.”

As to be expected, speculation was rampant.

In its seven years on the air, the Colbert Report has never suspended a show except for the time he did in jest, mimicking John McCain’s campaign suspension to rush back to Washington “to save the economy.”

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