Apple adds Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show,’ ‘The Colbert Report’ to iTunes with Multi-Pass option

Apple has added Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’ and ‘The Colbert Report’ TV shows to their iTunes Store with a new “Multi-Pass” purchasing option.

Both shows’ “Multi-Pass” options include the “most recent episode (if one is available) and the next 15 episodes” for US$9.99. Apple explains that, for Multi-Pass buyers, “the most recent episode (if available) will download immediately and future episodes will download as they become available.”

Click here to launch iTunes to see the new additions to the iTunes Store.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Les” for the heads up.]

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  1. Cool. Now they just need to add 24, Veronica Mars, and the Gilmore Girls and I’ll have no need to turn my TV on, except for boredom. The multi-pass option is great. The Daily Show does pretty close to 16 episodes a month, not counting repeats. There are probably 3-4 repeats per month. That reduces the cost to about 62 cents per episode.

  2. The last major use of the Multi-Pass on this Planet got us into a lot of trouble and it took Bruce Willis and the Supreme being to get us out of the shit!

    Be careful, be very careful…Don’t take any long trips…..


  3. You folks above need to get a life if you think Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, is worth paying for. I have to go an pray now that I don’t become like you geeks. Lord please save me!!!

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