By Gary Levin, USA TODAY
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert will remain at their Comedy Central desks well after the November election.
Both signed two-year contract extensions to host The Daily Show and The Colbert Report, with Stewart's new pact expiring in mid-2015 and Colbert's at the end of 2014.
The new deals come as The Daily Show prepares to head to the political conventions, and as both have posted young-adult ratings gains this season amid declines elsewhere.
Stewart now claims the biggest young-adult audience of any late-night talk show.