BYUtv’s spring lineup is in full bloom as it introduces three new shows that typify the channel’s bold plan to reach family audiences with content that will entertain and inspire parents and their children alike. These new programs include a Victorian-era drama, a medieval game show hosted by two Studio C favorites, and a family adventure docu-series following a well-known Utah folk artist as he seeks out his next great image.
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You may not read comics or graphic novels, but millions of people do. As demonstrated when Maus won the Pulitzer Prize in 1992, this is a legitimate art form that can convey powerful emotions and concepts through a talented blend of imagery and word. It was only a matter of time before The Book of Mormon was adapted into this unique format. Read this exclusive interview with Andrew Knaupp, who was instrumental is making it happen.
As news headlines continue to focus on the misfortunes in our world, this original reality show continues to ease burdens and brighten lives for people who are as deserving as they are surprised. Season three of “pranking with a purpose” show premieres Tuesday, April 3 at 9pm ET/7pm MT and continues to inspire viewers.
In every congregation of the Church sit creative, talented, even divinely gifted men and women who are filled with the Holy Spirit. They are standing up and stepping forth in growing numbers, knowing they have something special to offer that will lift and bless another. Some are just beginning to find their artistic expression; others are producing glorious masterpieces. And you can share in them.
“Relative Race,” BYUtv’s award-winning, first-of-its-kind reality competition to find unknown living relatives across the country, is returning for its third season this Sunday, March 4 at 9pm ET/7pm MT. (See the trailer for this season!)
If you’re dreading the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday, you are not alone! Your Valentine’s Day could not possibly be as bad as the folks featured in this hilarious special episode from Studio C. The 30-minute special will air on BYUtv on Monday, Feb. 12 at 9pm ET/7pm MT.
Keala Settle has earned high praise for her role as the bearded lady in the recent film “The Greatest Showman.” Keala’s father, David Settle, BYU’s associate dean of International Student Services, said he couldn’t be happier or more proud of the success his daughter has achieved.