Coventry’s “The Daily Night Show” has now become “The Tonight News,” a news program featuring a new look and an expanded segment that will run for two weeks, according to a tweet from the network’s Twitter account.
“The @TonightShow has now turned into @TheTonightShow.
We have a lot more in common,” the tweet said.
The tweet was quickly retweeted by CNN.
A second tweet from Coventry said the news program had “a new look,” and the network was “tweeting updates.”
CNN has not confirmed the change.
In October, The Tonight Show announced that it was ending its partnership with Comedy Central and will instead be an online-only program.
“We’ve decided to go digital and get a show that is more focused on the news and less focused on our characters,” host Trevor Noah said at the time.
The announcement came amid rising tensions between the Trump administration and the media, and as President Donald Trump continued to fire off tweets, calling the press “the enemy of the people.”
In the early hours of Wednesday, a man in a wheelchair was found dead in Coventry, a small city in the northwest of England, after being found in a dumpster.
The death has sparked renewed calls for more independent reporting of the American government and media.