Comedy Central’s airing of Trevor's first show scored over 350,000 views – a first for the channel in South Africa!
In America, nearly 4-million people tuned in to the channel to watch Trevor take over the reins from Jon Stewart.
Overall, more than 7.5-Million Americans watched the highly-anticipated show.
Aside from a few haters, the comedian scored mostly favourable reviews.
Whether you enjoyed him or not, our local boy is grinning from ear to ear because his market value just went up massively!
If you want to book Trevor for a private gig, then you will need to sell your house and car.
According to the City Press, he can now ask for R3-million per gig, and that does not even include his flights and accommodation.
It’s safe to say our boy is officially in the big league now.
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Week 1 at The Daily Show done. Your support has been amazing & we're only getting started. And thank you @TheRyanAdams for a great show.— Trevor Noah (@Trevornoah) October 2, 2015