'The Problem with Jon Stewart' returning to Apple TV+ on March 3

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"The Problem with Jon Stewart" is set to return to Apple TV+ on Thursday, March 3 with a new slate of four episodes that will debut weekly.

Stewart announced the new episodes of his Apple TV+ show in a Twitter post on Friday, adding that the new episodes would focus on Wall Street, climate, race, and the media.

The first episode of the hour-long, single-issue series will debut on March 3, with new episodes coming out weekly over the following four weeks, the former Daily Show host added.

In addition, the series will also be more closely partnered with the podcast of the same name as far as themes and topics, Deadline has reported.

"The Problem with Jon Stewart" is among Apple's most-viewed unscripted shows. Additionally, the series has also received a Writers Guild of America Award nomination. Stewart himself is set to receive the Mark Twain Prize of American Humor later in 2022.

The series is executive produced by Brinda Adhikari, who serves as showrunner, as well as James Dixon, Stewart's long-time manager. Richard Plepler also executive producers through his EDEN Productions company, while Chelsea Devantez serves as head writer and Lorrie Baranek is the show's supervising producer.