Ronan Farrow Wants His Fans to Get 'Inappropriately Excited'

The son of Mia Farrow and either Frank Sinatra or Woody Allen is MSNBC's new darling.

Ronan Farrow, the host of a new MSNBC show slated to launch Feb. 24, took to Twitter Tuesday to try promote his new show. As usual, Farrow tried to cause a stir -- something he's certainly not new to on Twitter.

First, during the Golden Globes when his "father" Woody Allen was honored he tweeted his disgust, saying, "Missed the Woody Allen tribute - did they put the part where a woman publicly confirmed he molested her at age 7 before or after Annie Hall?" In 2012 on Father's Day Ronan tweeted,


He has also has made jokes about a story that broke in late 2013 when Mia Farrow was asked point blank by Vanity Fair if Ronan was indeed the son of Frank Sinatra and she answered, "Possibly." During the media hubbub Ronan tweeted, 


Now, the much anticipated start of his MSNBC show is looming; it begins on Monday February 24th. The soon to be television host tweeted a promotion for his show's social media:


The tweet was met with mixed support from his followers. The Facebook page for his new show, "Ronan Farrow Daily," includes images of Farrow talking to the camera and posing and a couple of links to stories about polio in Pakistan and US Drone attacks.

The 26-year-old who has worked with Democrats like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama did not specify how he defines getting "inappropriately excited."