Franchesca Ramsey gets pilot for late night Comedy Central series

When you look across the late night landscape as it currently stands, you’ll find a lot of white and a lot of men. Despite America being filled with everything but white men, they’re still often treated as the faces of pop culture as they host late night television. Fortunately, Comedy Central is looking to change that.

Franchesca Ramsey, a comedian, writer and host of MTV’s Decoded, will executive produce and host her own late night show for the network, according to NBCBLK.

Trevor Noah Interviews Tomi Lahren On ‘The Daily Show’

When it comes to political commentary, Trevor Noah and Tomi Lahren are on opposite sides of the spectrum. One is the newly established host of a long-time hub of liberal political comedy. The other is a newly celebrated voice of the highly conservative white nationalist – sometime called the “alt right”- movement and host of a self-titled program on TheBlaze.

The two hosts have both criticized each other’s views on their respective programs, but their two separate trajectories came to a collision on Wednesday night when Lahren appeared as a guest on The Daily Show.