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?