Kelly kicked off her series Monday by telling the in-studio audience and everyone watching at home that the talk show will be a politics-free zone.
"As you heard we have the entire cast of 'Will and Grace' live, along with the show creator. And then we'll be dissecting the latest tweet from President Trump! Oh wait!! We will not be doing that," Kelly said. "The truth is, I'm kind of done with politics for now. I know. You know why, right? We all feel it, it's everywhere. And it's just gotten so dark."
"I knew I needed to make a change and then came 2016. So much division and outrage. I wasn't happy. But I was scared to change," she continued. "For years, I had dreamed of hosting a more uplifting show. But how? Where? What?"
Then along game NBC, who offered her "a job, hosting a program whose mission would be to deliver hope. And optimism. And inspiration. And empowerment. And to have fun!"
Well, a look at the tweets show that the majority of people weren't having too much fun watching her debut -- see the most savage remarks below.
If you're not watching Megyn Kelly's morning debut right now . . . It's one of the more mortifying things I've seen in a while