We are thrilled to announce that Kid Stew has received seven nominations for the 2018 Emmy ® award by the NATAS Suncoast regional chapter in three categories. All four episodes of the series’ debut season are nominated in the category “Children/Youth Teens.” Caroline De Leon and Armando Bernal IV, two of the nine pre-teen hosts, are nominated as performers in the “Talent” category; and the series directors Frank Costantini and Brian Sitts received a nod for “Non-live Post Production” directing.
A Show For Kids, By Kids
A mix of books, music, arts, and science. Here comes a new, fast-paced, irreverent series that's by kids, about kids and for kids, encouraging their interest in art, music and reading – and filled with plenty of laughs! The show puts an emphasis on learning with a little bit of fun mixed in. The purpose of the show is to inspire and enlighten kids of all ages to learn more about books, music the arts and science. Other segments feature kids with amazing artistic abilities as well as features stories on artistic influences from around the world.
Skits - Storylines featuring great moments in history nad valuable lessons
Celebrities - Relevant celebrity interviews featuring authors, artist and even sports figures
Fun! - Sometimes kids just want to have fun, including jokes, music videos and humorous parodies
Kid Stew - Episode 1
Kid Stew - Episode 2
Kid Stew - Episode 3
Kid Stew - Episode 4
The Cast of Kid Stew is made up of real kids with a global perspective. The Kid Stew crew is always ready to learn and have fun.
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Author James Patterson was inspired to create a show that encourages kids to read more and explore the arts. Kid Stew was created to fulfill this purpose by creating an eclectic mix of entertainment and education that will inspire children and even kids of all ages to learn more about the world of the creative arts.
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Director, Frank Costantini
Frank is the creative leader of the show and has written and directed hundreds of short form and long form television projects, previously working with James Patterson in the advertising world.
Head Writer, Brian Sitts
Brian Sitts works as a creative screenwriter both in creative fiction and advertising. Brian is responsible for the overall story development of the show as well as creating lyrics for the show's original music videos.
Producer/Field Director, Scott Barnett
Scott has worked as a film and TV producer and director for over two decades and leads the production team as well as directing the documentary segments within the show.
Supervising Producer, Johanna Vega
Johanna is veteran producer of both television and advertising and provides overall management both in studio and on location.
Major Funding provided by:
THE EUNICE JOYCE GARDINER CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
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