by Chelo Grubb
"The challenging part about having a show like The Minority Report is that it creates an image in people's minds," he says. "There's a lot of explaining away what the show isn't. And I'd rather explain what a show is rather than what it isn't."As for Colbert, who abdicated the slot to take over the Late Show? We won't see him gracing our screens on a regular basis until September.
In a world where every other major late night talk show is hosted by a while male, Jon Stewart made news when he suggested a show hosted by Wilmore should replace The Colbert Report. The need for fresh voices in late night was obvious.
But Wilmore says his show's new title also reflects an important idea; that non-white hosts don't have to primarily talk about race.
"I may be talking about Obama's boring budget speech," he says. "So the show's not marginalized where I can only talk about a black thing or the Minority Report thing. And that's Jon's idea — now, I get to talk about that."