Trevor Noah leaves 'The Daily Show' following 7 years

"We've laughed together, we've cried together. Be that as it may, following seven years I feel like it's ... time," Noah said in a video shared to Twitter on Thursday night.

Trevor Noah is approaching his ultimate satisfaction on "The Daily Show."

The comedian, who approached secrecy to assume control over the program from Jon Stewart in 2015,

plans to leave the leader Comedy Central series following a seven-year residency that saw him change it for another age of watchers.

Who are more at home on social media than they are link outlets and communicated networks.

In a video presented on the show's Twitter on Thursday night, Noah expressed gratitude toward the watchers and individuals who have dealt with the show,

also, said he was "loaded up with appreciation for the excursion."

"I've adored facilitating this show. It's been quite possibly of my most noteworthy test.

It's been one of my most prominent delights," Noah said. "We've laughed together, we've cried together. Be that as it may, following seven years I feel like it's ... time."