Samantha Bee Brilliantly Calls Out the Sausagefest That Is Late-Night TV

It's about damn time for a host this awesome.

We've all been talking for what seems like forever about how annoying it is that late-night TV is such a boys' club. But none of us have done it nearly as hilariously as former Daily Show correspondent Samantha Bee.

The comedian is getting her own late-night show on TBS, and isn't afraid to highlight what makes her different from the competition. In the first promo for the show, we get a taste of her fearless, amazing, much-needed approach. It is awesome. You will love it.

Standing in what looks like an art gallery setting, Bee stares at a wall of headshots of late-night's current hosts (conspicuously absent, it should be noted, is new TBS coworker Conan O'Brien. Awk-ward!). "When I take a look at each piece individually, I like it, but when I take a step back, I feel like something's missing," she says. And then, of course, a waiter offers her a gigantic plate full of sausages. "I think I'm kinda done with sausages," she quips.

Bee's show, which hasn't announced a title, will debut later this year, according to The Hollywood Reporter. What about now? Can we have it now?

Megan Friedman

Megan Friedman is the former managing editor of the Newsroom at Hearst. She's worked at NBC and Time, and is a graduate of Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism.