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Tune in alerts for the June 2010 Highlights from Scholastic Media, the entertainment and media division of Scholastic, which produces award-winning, top-rated kids' television shows for broadcast and cable channels. Included below are highlights for June 2010. Friday, June 4th on PBS Kids Go! Word Girl Worrrd Up! Ten-year-old Becky Botsford's alter-ego defeats villains with superpowers and an awesome vocabulary. A 2009 Emmy Award nominee, WordGirl airs Monday - Friday on PBS Kids Go! (Check local listings.) "Theme Park Wham-page"Becky and Bob are anxiously waiting in line for their chance to ride The Coaster-- the ultimate new roller coaster ride. The Whammer's (voiced by John C. McGinley, TV's "Scrubs") enthusiasm for chocolate hot dogs and hi-striker »
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The SNL alums will star with Jon Heder in the new Gary Sanchez Productions' series Comedy Central has cast Chris Parnell and Horatio Sanz in the untitled sitcom starring Jon Heder from Gary Sanchez Productions and Debmar-Mercury, it was announced today by Gary Sanchez Productions, Comedy Central and Debmar-Mercury.
Produced by Gary Sanchez Productions, the production company led by Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Chris Henchy, and distributed by Debmar-Mercury, the untitled, multi-camera sitcom for Comedy Central stars Heder (Napoleon Dynamite, Blades of Glory) as a young man who won't let anything get in the way of his big dreams, even if it means losing his job and having to move back in with his parents and sleep on their couch. Heder enlists the help of his friends, an ex-convict, played by Sanz (Saturday Night Live), and a burned-out high-school teacher, played by Parnell (30 Rock), in planning a myriad »
2 items from 2010
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