Top Rising Black Comedians Hosting TV Shows

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Top Rising Black Comedians Hosting TV Shows - Lately, there seems to have been an influx of comedians, specifically Black comedians, who are taking over TV shows left and right. In honor of this achievement, here's a list of the rising comedians turned TV hosts/personalities that you should know.   (Photos from Left: WENN, Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Dick Clark Productions, Peter Kramer/NBC/Getty Images)

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Top Rising Black Comedians Hosting TV Shows - Lately, there seems to have been an influx of comedians, specifically Black comedians, who are taking over TV shows left and right. In honor of this achievement, here's a list of the rising comedians turned TV hosts/personalities that you should know. (Photos from Left: WENN, Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Dick Clark Productions, Peter Kramer/NBC/Getty Images)

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Nicole Byer - When she's not making us laugh on MTV's Girl Code, Byer can be heard on the animated series Like, Share, Die on Fusion. (Photo: John Parra/Getty Images for Logo TV)

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Trevor Noah - The newest addition to the late night comedian host fold, Noah just had his debut as the host of The Daily Show. Funny, gifted and Black, his future looks promising.   (Photo: Brad Barket/Getty Images for Comedy Central)

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King Bach - He's been flooding our timelines on Instagram and Vine. He's also the special guest host of Punk'd. He's also a budding businessman! Bach is one of the investors for the Black male lifestyle company Walker and Company Brands.  (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Dick Clark Productions)

Official Punk'd Player, Amberia Allen - Comedian/actress Amberia Allen describes herself as an anti-racist feminist, perrennial graduate student and side-eye afficionado. Her participation in these pranks will be interesting, to say the least.(Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

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Official Punk'd Player, Amberia Allen - Comedian/actress Amberia Allen describes herself as an anti-racist feminist, perrennial graduate student and side-eye afficionado. Her participation in these pranks will be interesting, to say the least.(Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

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Michael Che - A true testament to hard-work and dedication, Che went from writing the skits on SNL to being the face of the show's longest-running news segment skit, Weekend Update. | 35 OF THE BEST BLACK COMEDIC FILM ACTORS |  (Photo: Peter Kramer/NBC/Getty Images)