After what's been been a strange year for Farrow and his family, the big day finally arrived: Ronan Farrow Daily debuted on MSNBC Monday at 1 p.m. It must be a great relief for him, considering the good, bad, and mixed press surrounding his family. (Ronan's younger sister Dylan Farrow revealed that her stepfather Woody Allen sexually abused her as a child, and Ronan supported her. For the record, Ronan Farrow is the son of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen, but it's been heavily implied that his biological dad is Frank Sinatra.) As handsome as he is, he's equally as smart: Farrow graduated high school at 15, Yale Law at 21, went on to work in the state department, cultivated a cult following on Twitter, and now, at the ripe old age of 26, he's on the TV with his own show. So how did day one go? Here's how Twitter reacted to Farrow's first episode:
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Even I'll admit that Farrow is a handsome dude. That blonde hair. Those blue eyes. Are they the blue eyes of old blue eyes? Whatever the case, it seems like the Twitterverse thinks Farrow is a fine looking young man, too. Maybe he should rename his show Ronan Farrow Daily Eye Candy. Here's what people had to say about the superficial:
But there were some blind supporters, as well:
And some folks were none to pleased:
Naturally, his show inspired some funny tweets, as well:
The world's definitely watching Farrow, and since he is, after all, a self-proclaimed SPOKESPERSON FOR YOUTH, he better deliver.