Skip to comments.Kid President Lands His Own TV Show!
Posted on 04/03/2014 5:09:53 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Kid President, aka Robby Novak (pictured), proclaimed on Wednesday via YouTube, I want to make the world a little more awesome! So its T.V. yall! Thats right, the pint-sized politico has landed his very own docu-variety series that will be featured on the family-friendly Hub Network entitled, Kid President: Declaration of Awesome.
The 10-episode, 30-minute program will begin in June and be produced by the SoulPancake television company, which is owned by actor Rainn Wilson. According to Wilson, Kid president is about getting kids and grown-ups to work together. This show is an amazing blend of humor and heart, Wilson enthused as he chatted with USA Today. The Kid President series began in July of 2012 via YouTube videos. Wilson, along with fellow executive producer and brother-in-law Brad Montague, wanted to give children an even bigger voice. The video that first put the pairs names on favorable blast debuted this past January. A Pep Talk from the Kid President to You resulted in page views of more than 32 million YouTube viewers. The Hub Network show will feature Kid President interviewing folks from all walks of life. In the past, the precocious 10-year-old boy has interviewed Beyoncé, actor Steve Carell, and even Mr. President himself, Barack Obama. The series will reportedly be filmed at two locations: Nashville and Los Angeles.
Now remember, this is about an EIGHT YEAR OLD KID, not the man child currently occupying the Oval Office.
Correction: the kid is TEN years old.
:: produced by the SoulPancake television company, which is owned by actor Rainn Wilson ::
I believe “Dwight” is white. Using the word “soul” in the production company name run by a white guy? This entire production is “rayciss”.
Who are you to tell people to sit down and shut up?
An adult. Once upon a time, adults were allowed to tell children to sit down and shut up.
I have to agree. I’m tired of leftist adults using kids as their wind up toys spouting platitudes. Kids have no legitimate place in the arena of political ideas because they do not have the life experience or frame of reference yet.
I figured you were a liberal. There’s a community college in Conn that could use you.
How about instead we start giving responsible, mature adults a voice and have the kids, teens, and leftists sit down and shut up for awhile.
I’ll vote for that one.
And I’ll be sure to miss this TV show, just as I miss almost all TV shows.
And in other news, in 1954, Howdy Doody beat out Mr. Bluster in the election for President of the Kids. On black & white TV...sounds racist!
Correction: it was 1952.