Ahead of his MSNBC show's premiere tonight, Ronan Farrow sat down with Jon Stewart  last week to talk about his family, his child-prodigy status, and what we can expect from his TV time slot. This past Fall, the 26-year-old made headlines when his mother, Mia Farrow, revealed that Frank Sinatra could possibly be his father , rather than Woody Allen . Since then, Ronan's stirred up plenty of buzz by speaking out against Woody, starting with his tweet during the Golden Globes : "Missed the Woody Allen tribute," he wrote. "Did they put the part where a woman publicly confirmed he molested her at age 7 before or after Annie Hall?"
Controversy about Woody continued, with his daughter Dylan Farrow elaborating on sexual abuse allegations  and the director eventually penning a response in The New York Times . Ronan briefly addressed his family situation on The Daily Show, joking that the Christmas cards with all 14 kids were like a United Colors of Benetton ad. Watch the full clip above to learn more about Ronan's experience as an 11-year-old college student and his time working for Hillary Clinton, and then tell us: will you tune in to the show's premiere tonight?