Samantha Bee is 'Female as F**k' in Hilarious Talk Show Teaser

by Zach Seemayer 6:28 PM PDT, May 13, 2015
Photo: TBS

Samantha Bee is going to be exploding onto the late night landscape and, as she explains in the new promo for her upcoming TBS talk show, she's female as f*ck!

In the hilarious promo, which premiered at Turner Networks’ annual Upfronts presentation on Wednesday, Bee tours a gallery filled with portraits of nearly all of the current late night talk show hosts, and there is one obvious trait they all seem to share.

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If it's not clear what that trait might be, a waiter soon appears with a plate of sausages, to really nail home the point. After being offered an array of different types of phallic meat, Bee smiles coyly and says, "Actually, you know what? I think I'm kind of done with sausages," before putting her hand on the waiters face and shoving him out of the frame.

Although it might seem like a pretty solid critique of the talk show scene, she did make sure to show a little love for her former Daily Show co-star John Oliver. Explaining how would ruin the joke so seriously, just watch.

Bee, who recently left The Daily Show With Jon Stewart after serving as a correspondent on the show for nearly 12 years, will helm her own satirical nightly news program on the "very funny" network, a similar move to Oliver's departure in 2013 to host his weekly HBO news commentary show Last Week Tonight.

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But Bee's comedy news show isn't the only thing the emerging media mogul has in the works. TBS also recently picked up a comedy series Bee created with her husband Jason Jones, another former Daily Show correspondent, in which Jones will star.

No name or premiere date has been announced for Bee's forthcoming TBS news/talk show, but if it's as promising as this promo, we can't wait!

Stephen Colbert, another Daily Show correspondent to make a massive career after exiting the show, wrapped up his acclaimed Colbert Report in December and will be taking over The Late Show from David Letterman latter this year. Check out the video below for a look at the emotional, star-studded final epic episode of the Colbert Report.