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Kid Stew

Created by best-selling author James Patterson, KID STEW is a fast-paced, irreverent series that's by kids, about kids and for kids. The show holds young viewers' attention with jokes, original music videos and fun sketches by its cast of relatable pre-teens - including Armando, Blake, Caroline, David, Luke, Madison, Milena, Nicholas, Satine, new cast members Josiah and Samantha, and their mascot dog Ozzie - all the while encouraging kids to explore books, science, history, music and creative expression.

Kid Stew  
  • Monday, July 22
    3:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The kids get inspired by Cleopatra, Gustav Mahler, recycling fashion designer Sierra Decortova, the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, artist Eduoard Duval-Carrie, a guitarist, and Haitian culture. Plus celebrating differences, music, Kid Stew Ewws and more.
  • Monday, July 29
    3:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Madison and Satine time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit the Wright brothers on the cusp of their own transportation discovery; Luke tours NASA to learn about space walks and spacecraft technology with astronaut Thomas Jones; Amazing Kids spotlights piano prodigies the Phoenix Twins; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" the Really Big Brain offers a history of robots; "The Hungry Games;" Milena visits her family's native Costa Rica where she learns how to make traditional mascaradas, meets artist Hernan Cortes, and explores rainforest wildlife; David helps explain the science behind invisible ink at Jorge's Joke Shop; Armando finds out how effective Johannes Brahms' lullaby can be in KS Classics; The Lost Rainforest author Eliot Shrefer reveals his inspiration; the kids perform an original song about mixing up your reading list; and more.
  • Monday, August 5
    3:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Madison and Caroline time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Galileo Galilei and then get an update on modern lenses from the Really Big Brain; Armando explores the Blues and the life of Robert Johnson in KS Classics; David helps demonstrate the science behind a joy buzzer at Jorge's Joke Shop; Blake leads a tour of his classmates at Bak Middle School of the Arts in Amazing Kids, inspiring a group performance celebrating individuality; The Kingdom Keepers author Ridley Pearson reveals his inspiration; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross; an Ewws! special report interviews one of the honey bees in danger of extinction, which inspires the kids' musical celebration of their value; Luke's daydream inspires dental hijinks; Armando makes a virtual visit to Africa where he goes on safari and discovers how traditional drumming has been used for music and communication; and more.
  • Monday, August 12
    3:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Madison and Armando time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Albert Einstein as he works out his theory of relativity, then check in with the Really Big Brain for more about gravity; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" Author Judy Blume reveals her inspiration; ice sculptor Keith Martin explains his process for large scale outdoor art in Colorado; Satine visits her family's native Norway where she explores the Vikings' maritime history, visits a farm, and learns traditional dance; David helps explain the science behind trick birthday candles at Jorge's Joke Shop; Amazing Kids spotlights a Swedish sailing school; a new twist on "Hansel and Gretel;" reaching out to lonely classmates; and more.
  • Monday, August 19
    3:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Madison and Blake time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Alexander Graham Bell; Caroline and Nicholas visit with a scientist working on coral reef restoration; the kids encourage each other to "Try Everything" in a musical performance; the Really Big Brain explains brain coral; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" a visit with the Copper Mountain ski patrol dogs; Adventures of Fraser the Yellow Dog author Jill Sheeley reveals her inspiration; David helps explain the science behind a magic trick at Jorge's Joke Shop; Luke makes a virtual visit to France where he meets modern Impressionist Duaiv; Armando explores the work of Philip Glass in KS Classics; "Little Red Riding Hood" works to prevent wolf extinction; the girls take ownership of body image and confidence; and more.
  • Monday, August 26
    3:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Luke and Nicholas consider their prehistoric ancestors; Madison and Nicholas time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Marie Curie; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" "My Fair Lady" gets a makeover; The School for Good and Evil author Soman Chainani reveals his inspiration; Armando explores Bill Monroe's Bluegrass legacy in KS Classics; "Snow White" offers an alternative ending; the Really Big Brain explains the impact of climate change on glaciers; Caroline makes a virtual visit to Polynesia where she learns about traditional transportation, navigation before GPS, hula and fire dancing; a revolutionary take on the American Revolution; Ozzie inspires a trip to the humane society; and moreLuke and Nicholas consider their prehistoric ancestors; Madison and Nicholas time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Marie Curie; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" "My Fair Lady" gets a makeover; The School for Good and Evil author Soman Chainani reveals his inspiration; Armando explores Bill Monroe's Bluegrass legacy in KS Classics; "Snow White" offers an alternative ending; the Really Big Brain explains the impact of climate change on glaciers; Caroline makes a virtual visit to Polynesia where she learns about traditional transportation, navigation before GPS, hula and fire dancing; a revolutionary take on the American Revolution; Ozzie inspires a trip to the humane society; and more.
  • Monday, September 2
    3:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Madison and David time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Pablo Picasso and later visit with the Really Big Brain to talk about how art affects the brain; Ozzie helps with a book recommendation; The Wild Robot author Peter Brown reveals his inspiration; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" Armando discovers the jazz legacy of Gil Evans with his son, Miles, and learns about jazz conducting; David makes a virtual visit to London for a tour that covers cultural landmarks from Shakespeare to Harry Potter; Armando explores the life and work of Duke Ellington in KS Classics; the kids explore Aztec customs in costume; and more.

 

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  • Monday, July 15
    3:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The kids get inspired by Thomas Edison, Mozart, author Carl Hiaasen, street artist Lebo, conservationist/ artist Guy Harvey, YouTuber Angelic, a visit to a dark ride design studio, and Indian culture. Plus self-esteem, music, Kid Stew Ewws and more.
  • Monday, July 8
    3:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The kids get inspired by Leonardo da Vinci, Franz Schubert, author Brad Meltzer, the art of Cosplay, voice actor Zach Callison, a violinist, sport stacking, and Italian culture. Plus breaking down a book, brain power, music, Kid Stew Ewws and more.
  • Monday, July 1
    3:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The kids get inspired by William Shakespeare, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, author Dave Barry, NFL running back Kenyan Drake, a ballerina, pinball art, a chalk artist, and Japanese culture. Plus bully blocking, right brain fun, music, and Kid Stew Ewws.
  • Sunday, June 2
    9:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kid Stew's Best Moments features some of the cast's favorite sketches from the series so far, including time travel, parody skits, and reimagined fairy tales, with behind-the-scenes cast interviews.