Comedy Central execs don’t know who will replace Trevor Noah as anchor of The Daily Show following his December 8 departure,

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but they’ve lined up an all-star roster of well-known comics to keep the chair warm while they figure out what comes next, Vulture has learned.

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Among the bold-faced names who will start popping up behind the fake-news desk next month are several SNL alums (former U.S. senator Al Franken

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Sarah Silverman, and, first up on January 17, Leslie Jones); two former late-night hosts (Chelsea Handler and Wanda Sykes)

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multiple sitcom and comedy-film vets (D.L. Hughley, John Leguizamo, Kal Penn, and Marlon Wayans); and one former Daily Show regular (Hasan Minhaj).

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And for anyone hoping to see Roy Wood Jr. or Dulcé Sloan guest host, fear not: Current correspondents and contributors are set to be part of the anchor rotation as well.

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While The Daily Show has had guest hosts in the past, executive producer and showrunner Jen Flanz tells Vulture that, as far as she can remember, “This is the first time we’re really having outsiders into our house

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The nature of Noah’s relatively sudden departure is also unprecedented in the show’s history

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