Author and Palm Beach resident James Patterson’s new public television children’s series, Kid Stew, was highly recognized at the 2018 Regional EMMY Awards at the 42nd Annual National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Suncoast chapter regional ceremony held in December. The series, co-produced and distributed by South Florida PBS, received seven nominations and won five awards. All four episodes received Emmys in the “Children/Youth/Teens” category and Armando Bernal IV, one of the show’s pre-teen hosts, was honored in the “Talent: Performer/Narrator” category.
Kid Stew is a fun and educational program that aims to break the mold of what kids can expect from television, with sketches, musical numbers, interviews and more. A new season is expected to air nationally in May 2019. To learn more, visit kidstew.tv.