Published On: Mon, Apr 22nd, 2019

Author James Patterson hosts free preview event 4/27 with stars of his “Kid Stew” TV series

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Best-Selling Author James Patterson and South Florida PBS Launch New Season of EMMY ® Award-Winning Public Television Series  Celebrating Creativity with Community Event


Boca Raton, FL – Preview screening of season two of KID STEW the Suncoast Regional EMMY ® Award-Winning TV series packed with comedy skits, interviews with famous authors and artists, original music videos, animals, and more kid-centric cool fun celebrating creativity.

WHO:            Best-selling author and series creator James Patterson; cast members:  Armando Bernal IV, David Bolinger, Caroline De Leon, Nicholas Hernandez, Madison Maxwell, Blake McCall, Luke Nappe, Milena Rivero, and Satine Sorensen; series co-star Ozzie the dog.

Free community event for families.  Public RSVP at KidStew.TV

WHEN:         Saturday, April 27 – 12:30 pm Arrivals

1 pm Kid cast meet and greet and activities

1:30-2 pm Episode Screening

2-2:30 pm Q&A with James Patterson and kid cast

WHERE:      Crest Theatre at Old School Square

51 N Swinton Ave – Delray Beach, FL

Producing station South Florida PBS will air the new season Saturdays at 9 am beginning May 4 on WXEL in West Palm Beach and Sundays at 9:30 am beginning May 5 on WPBT in Miami. The series airs nationwide on public television stations beginning May 1, 2019 (check local listings).

KID STEW is co-produced by South Florida PBS and James Patterson.  The series is presented nationally by South Florida PBS via American Public Television.  The series was made possible by support from The Eunice Joyce Gardiner Charitable Foundation and the Cornelia T. Bailey Charitable Trust.  Visit KidStew.TV for more information.


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