John Oliver has signed for two more seasons of “Last Week Tonight” on HBO – a move that would seem to take him out of the running to succeed Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show.”
HBO announced Tuesday that Oliver has agreed to host seasons three and four of “Last Week Tonight,” a weekly comedy, commentary and satire show that was one of HBO’s breakout hits in its first season last year.
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