Adventures with Iggy and Mr. Kirk

Kirk Cameron’s New Kids Series Counters the Cultural Marxist Kool-Aid

6 March 2024

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Adventures with Iggy and Mr. Kirk is a new Kirk Cameron project putting wholesome education back into kids’ entertainment.

The 10-episode series is being financed solely by the audience.

Episodes 1 and 2 are already fully funded.

Alongside Cameron’s star power, the two-season series will bring with it a quality set design, known as Kirk’s Clubhouse.

The genius behind Iggy the Iguana will be veteran Jim Henson puppeteer John Kennedy.

Big-name cameos round out the production, promising a much-needed high-end product that counters Hollywoke’s cultural Marxist Kool-Aid.

The series is supported by Brave Books, the company that partnered with Cameron in November last year.

Brave Books and the Growing Pains actor teamed up to provide parents with alternatives to Drag Queen Story Hour and inoculate kids against the flood of hyper-sexualised LGBTQ+ indoctrination in schools.

Adventures with Iggy and Mr. Kirk is the ‘next instalment’ of that partnership.

Life Lessons

Cameron told Tim Pool’s TimCast that “it’s essentially a live-action television show for kids” that will build character and entertain at the same time.

Inspired by Mr. Rogers’ Neighbourhood, Iggy and Kirk will teach a “modernised” version of “classic and timeless moral values”.

Parents and kids will be met with “high-energy” pro-active Christian conservative content.

Additionally, Cameron said, there’s a treehouse and a supercomputer, along with “hilarious dialogue.”

Kids, he added, will be transported “into an animated world, where they’ll encounter lessons about the value of life from the womb to the tomb.”

As well as “the beauty of adoption, the dangers of Communism, and Socialism”; the value of free speech; and the right to self-defence.

This includes teaching kids to “discern the truth from lies in headlines, and propaganda.”

They’re all lessons, Cameron asserted, that Mr. Rogers “probably didn’t have to teach back in the day.”

Independent Production

At a cost of USD $2.5 million, Adventures with Iggy and Mr. Kirk is not the felt-board phenomenon favoured by 1980s Sunday schools.

Each episode will cost $125,000 to make.

Of the $2.5 million, half will go to distribution and promotion. The remaining amount, Cameron said, will go into paying for animation, actors, and scriptwriters.

Iggy and Mr. Kirk will also be free.

Crowdsourced funding means they avoid the censorship strings that would come with any Hollywood backing, Cameron said.

For those helping to pay for the series, there is a set of rewards they can buy into, including a chance to win a VIP red carpet invitation at the series premiere.

The series will be made in Texas.

Asked if he’d find it hard to source actors and companies to produce content like this, Cameron said, “No.”

“There’s plenty of actors, film companies, authors, animators, and songwriters in Hollywood that are dying to get out of the woke jungle.

“They want an alternative, and often there’s just not. You can get blacklisted by being part of the ‘wrong’ project.”

Sharing the news on X, Cameron encouraged parents to ‘become the executive producers of their children’s programming.’

This series is for pro-active parents willing to win back the future for their kids.

Cameron’s projects share the stage with the brilliant Angel Studios series Tuttle Twins, and woke-free kids’ content from Daily Wire Entertainment.

About his ‘dive further into the world of children’s entertainment’, Cameron wrote that he’s doing it for ‘parents and grandparents who are sickened and tired of their children being attacked by the woke wolves of Hollywood.’

Adventures with Iggy and Mr. Kirk is an outstanding new opportunity to inoculate kids with truth against infectious far-left falsehoods.

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  1. Ian Moncrieff 6 March 2024 at 12:14 pm - Reply

    Good news for kids and parents alike. Please pray for the funding and continuance of the series.

  2. Shanna 8 March 2024 at 10:01 pm - Reply

    Thank yo so much for bringing this to our attention! And well done to all involved. I would like to get hold of a few of the Brave Books too.

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