NEW YORK (AP) - Comedy Central says Jon Stewart will pay a visit to Larry Wilmore on his last show Thursday to bid him "good nightly." Then "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" will end its 19-month run.

NEW YORK (AP) Comedy Central says Jon Stewart will pay a visit to Larry Wilmore on his last show Thursday to bid him "good nightly." Then "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" will end its 19-month run.

Stewart, a producer of "The Nightly Show," in past seasons featured Wilmore as "Senior Black Correspondent" when he was hosting "The Daily Show."

Wilmore's program, which in January 2015 filled the slot vacated by Stephen Colbert when he jumped to CBS, sought to explore current events and life issues from the perspective of African-Americans and other groups typically underrepresented on talk shows. But audience acceptance of "The Nightly Show" never approached its "Daily Show" lead-in.

Comedy Central announced its cancellation earlier this week.

It airs at 11:30 p.m. Eastern time.