He has interviewed Beyoncé, actor Steve Carell, and even Mr. President, Barack Obama himself. So is it any surprise that Hollywood execs think it’s about time to give this little tyke his own show?
When Kid President, aka Robby Novak (pictured) proclaimed on Wednesday via YouTube, “I want to make the world a little more awesome!” He was letting us know he has landed his very own TV docu-series.
That’s right! Lil man, excuse me, Mister Lil Man, will host a series on the family-friendly Hub Network entitled, “Kid President: Declaration of Awesome.”
It will be a 10-episode, 30-minute program starting in June and will 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 made its debut via YouTube videos in July of 2012. Wilson, and his brother-in-law Brad Montague, also an executive producer, wanted to give children an even bigger voice. The video that first put the pair’s names on favorable blast debuted this past January. “A Pep Talk from the Kid President to You” and resulted in page views of more than 32 million YouTube viewers.
Kid President will interview folks from all walks of life.
The series will reportedly be filmed at two locations: Nashville and Los Angeles.
Thanks to News One, where this story originally appeared.