Channel24 reports that America is apparently slowly losing interest in the comedian and TV host
After the initial surge in viewership when he took over from Jon Steward, ratings are said to have decreased, so much so that an online survey by Slate.com is asking ‘Why are Americans Ignoring Trevor Noah?’.
According to the survey, some viewers have said they find the South African comedian “distant”, and that his jokes lack the “outraged advocacy” that made Steward so popular with the public.
So, is Trevor just too nice? Does he need to turn it up a notch to get Americans to love him?
“The Daily Show hasn’t decided whether to play up Noah’s outsider perspective or to pretend it doesn’t exist,” writes Slate.com.
“Playing naive has also undermined Noah. Trevor Noah tends to seem remote and jokey, rather than genuinely curious”
“Playing naive has also undermined Noah. Trevor Noah tends to seem remote and jokey, rather than genuinely curious.”
“Noah will have time to figure out his point of view and his writers time to figure out how to maximize his particular skills.
“But in the meantime, we’re left with a dulled The Daily Show shedding relevancy in the midst of a wild and urgent election,” Slate.com added.
Author: Team Talk