SA-born comedian and TV personality Trevor Noah did a lot of things to cool off steam while his popular TV show was on a filming break.
The show was put on hold on Tuesday due to a life-threatening snowstorm in New York. Aside from making a video where he was struggling through the snow to get to work, the local comedian had a little bit of fun on the streets of New York channelling his inner Salt Bae.
In one of his hilarious videos, Noah referenced Salt Bae who became an internet sensation in January. Salt Bae went viral for his flamboyant style of butchery and spicing of meat for grilling.
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Under Trevor’s watch, February 2017 was The Daily Show’s most watched month after a year and a half in the job. Also, the Trump presidency appears to be the catalyst behind his rating growth, with an average audience of 1.5 million viewers (including DVR replays).
The momentum at which the ratings have grown since Trump’s election is remarkable. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah has added viewers in each of the last three months, with particular strength in Comedy Central’s target demo of millennials under 35. While the show’s percentage gains are not as dramatic as some other series in its category, it grew 17 percent compared to February 2016.
In addition to the aforementioned ratings, The Daily Show Host has also garnered more social media love on the show. The American late-night show has picked up more followers on their social media channels.
January saw the show add more followers on social media platforms including Twitter and Instagram than during any previous month. This follows the news in October last year, that The Daily Show with Trevor Noah was the highest rated and most-watched, the daily late-night talk show in the US among millennial men (18-34, 18-24).
Added to his achievements is a 2017 Nickelodeon Kids Choice award for Favourite African Star