I've been a huge fan of the "Daily Show" since I discovered it in about 2004 and greatly regret not finding it sooner. It hit the right tone of information, satire, sarcasm and indignation. Jon Stewart became my hero.
I was not happy for Jon to retire from the Daily Show, and with the Colbert Report ending as well, it seemed the end of an era.
I have watched the first two Trevor Noah shows and like them. I think Trevor will get better as he gains his legs and has more of his personality infused into the show - right now it seems a little like he's still trying to guest-host for Jon. I'm more than willing to give him a chance because his is the hand-picked successor to Jon Stewart, and Jon's record of identification of talent is well documented (Stephen Colbert, Larry Wilmore, John Oliver all have their own similar shows, Steve Carell had "The Office" and "40 Year Old Virgin" to his credit, Samantha Bee and Jason Jones are going to land somewhere, you can find Rob Corddry and Rob Riggle poping up in movies).
Good luck Trevor.