Three-Time Emmy Winner Returns to TV for Kids’ Show

Sep 30, 2010  •  Post A Comment

A three-time Emmy winner is returning to television to host a TLC show about children that’s called a modern version of the old Art Linkletter show "Kids Say the Darndest Things," according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Brad Garrett, best known for his role as Raymond’s brother Robert on “Everybody Loves Raymond”–for which Garrett won three Emmys and received two additional nominations–will emcee a show that will incorporate studio and location segments as well as content from viewers.

The show is being produced by "American Idol’s" Ryan Seacrest.

Nancy Daniels, senior VP of production and development for TLC, said of the project, "This show is the next evolution of family entertainment on TLC. We are thrilled to have Brad Garrett on board. His comedic instincts and enthusiasm for the project are going to put this series over the top. And, at the heart of this show are the candid and unfiltered reactions from kids, which makes this a perfect fit for the network."

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