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New Show Aimed at Combating Hollywood’s ‘Evil Agenda’

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Kirk Cameron announced an “innovative live-action children’s TV show,” called “Adventures with Iggy and Mr. Kirk,” in response to what he sees as Hollywood’s woke influence on kids’ entertainment.

The show aims to provide morally sound content for children, blending traditional values with modern storytelling.

“It feels like we’re just getting buried by Hollywood and its evil agenda to subvert parents and pollute the hearts and minds of children,” Cameron said.

Partnering with Brave Books, Cameron seeks to counter the prevailing trend of woke narratives in children’s media.

The show is set to debut in August 2024, offering an alternative for Christian and conservative parents seeking entertainment aligned with their beliefs.

“Parents and grandparents are sickened and tired of their children being attacked by the woke wolves of Hollywood,” which is why he’s “continuing to work with Brave Books to dive further into the world of children’s entertainment,” Cameron said.

“It’s not just time to take back our libraries and literature. It’s time to take back every area of culture that these animals have devoured. Good families are looking for entertainment they can trust — stories that teach children biblically-based moral values,” he said.

“We want to do it at the highest level of quality, and we want to do it in a way that’s going to be exciting for kids in a way that parents can trust. I feel like this could be the most important project I have ever worked on,” he said.

“As parents, we have been forced to settle for mindless entertainment or just downright harmful content. It’s time we had a show for our children that not only sparked their imagination and engaged them, but also built their character and strengthened their worldview while doing so,” Brave Books CEO Trent Talbot said.

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