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[12/13/04 - 12:00 AM]
PAX TV Greenlights New Episodes of 'America's Most Talented Kids'

[via press release from PAX]

PAX TV GREENLIGHTS NEW EPISODES OF �AMERICA�S MOST TALENTED KIDS�

-Popular Primetime Variety Series Continues With Host Dave Coulier And Celebrity Judges Scarlett Pomers, Daryl Sabara and Bobb�e J. Thompson-

(West Palm Beach, FL � December 13, 2004) � PAX TV has ordered 13 additional episodes of its primetime variety series, �America�s Most Talented Kids� (Sundays, 7-8 p.m. ET/PT), hosted by comedian/actor Dave Coulier (�Full House,� VH1�s �The Surreal Life�).

Each week, seven budding talents between the ages of 6 and 15 compete for a chance at stardom. Contestants are judged by a panel of three young, celebrity judges, who are very familiar with what it takes to capture the showbiz spotlight: The always encouraging Scarlett Pomers (�Reba�), who is never afraid to speak her mind, the honest and flippant Daryl Sabara (�Spy Kids� trilogy) and the quick-witted Bobb�e J. Thompson (�The Tracy Morgan Show�).

New episodes, which will debut in January, will include an invitational championship showcasing some of the top winners from the first 13 shows, as well as a special �diva show� featuring all-female vocal performers.

A production of Mindless Entertainment, �America�s Most Talented Kids� is executive produced by Peter Johansen (�Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn,� �The Rosie O�Donnell Show�), Stuart Krasnow (�Cold Turkey,� �Average Joe,� �Manhunt�) and Mark Cronin (�Singled Out,� �The Surreal Life�).

About PAX TV
Paxson Communications Corporation owns and operates the nation�s largest broadcast television distribution system and the PAX TV network. PAX TV reaches 87% of U.S. television households via nationwide broadcast television, cable and satellite distribution systems. PAX TV�s original programming slate for the 2004-2005 broadcast season features three new unscripted series, �Cold Turkey,� �Model Citizens� and �Second Verdict�; a new scripted drama, �Young Blades�; two entertaining variety programs, �America�s Most Talented Kids� and �World Cup Comedy,� executive produced by Kelsey Grammer; and two fast-paced game shows, �On the Cover� and �Balderdash.� Returning series include PAX�s top-rated dramas, �Doc� and �Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye.� For more information, visit PAX TV�s website at www.pax.tv.





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· AMERICA'S MOST TALENTED KIDS (PAX)
· AVERAGE JOE (NBC)
· BALDERDASH (PAX)
· COLD TURKEY (PAX)
· DOC (PAX)
· MANHUNT (UPN)
· MODEL CITIZENS (PAX)
· ON THE COVER (PAX)
· REBA (CW)
· SECOND VERDICT (PAX)
· SUE THOMAS: FBEYE (PAX)
· SURREAL LIFE, THE (VH1)
· TRACY MORGAN SHOW, THE (NBC)
· WORLD CUP COMEDY (PAX)
· YOUNG BLADES (PAX)





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