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The Logan Show Heads Into A Second Season


The Logan Show

The Logan Show

The nationally syndicated TV program "The Logan Show" has just entered its second season. Comparable to shows like "Late Show," "Saturday Night Live," "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" and "Austin City Limits," "The Logan Show" is Christian entertainment that is appealing to all markets. Although targeted at youth and young adults between the ages of 12 and 24, the show's growing fanbase includes audiences of all ages. The new season, which kicked off last month with special guests Building 429 and Krystal Meyers, offers viewers a varying lineup of musical guests, skits that are as good as anything you'll see on SNL and an interactive website to keep everyone up to date on all things "Logan."

The host of the show is the funny 19-year-old Logan Sekulow, who is joined on the set by his beloved snowman co-host Chili, and a cast of eight comedians who take part in the weekly sketches. Each 30-minute episode of "The Logan Show" is filmed in front of a live audience at NorthStar Studios in Nashville, TN, and features in-studio performances and interviews with some of today's hottest musical acts. The second season line-up includes:

    Sept. 23 - Overflow
    Sept. 30 - The O.C. Supertones Farewell
    Oct. 7 - Taylor Sorensen & The Trigger Code
    Oct. 14 - Shaun Groves
    Oct. 21 - Kevin Max
    Oct. 28 - Mr. Del
    Oct. 29 - Day of Fire
    Nov. 4 - John Davis

    (All dates subject to change per station. Check your local television provider schedule for current listings.)

It was apparent from a young age that Logan Sekulow was destined for great things. He became the youngest graduate in Full Sail's history when he graduated from the college with a Film and Video degree at the age of 15. He then went on to intern at Nickelodeon, where he later was featured on "SlimeTime Live" and "U-Pick Live." Over the years Sekulow has established himself as a popular host and entertainer, and came up with the idea for "The Logan Show" while touring Christian music festivals in the summer of 2004 to encourage voter registration. During that tour, the idea was born for a Christian comedy and talk show that would provide a clean alternative to the programs currently available. Sekulow drew on his television background to create a program that is catching on not only with Christian viewers, but also many others who appreciate the show's wit and humor.

"The Logan Show" can be seen in more than 65 million homes nationally on JC-TV, FamilyNet, The Inspirational Network (INSP), Inspirational Life Television (iLifetv), TCT Network, Victory Television Network (VTN), and Good Life Broadcasting, Inc. - WLCB, and it continues to be picked up by local stations nationwide. Each episode will now also be available on demand in its entirety during the week of its broadcast on www.theloganshow.com. The program was recently added to Alpha Omega Broadcasting and DirectTV through World Harvest Television. Internationally, the show can be viewed on the Inspirational Network International in an additional 60 million homes with numbers growing weekly. Viewers are encouraged to check local listings for air times and channels or they can use the "where to watch" link on http://theloganshow.com.

The recently launched website has each episode available for on demand viewing and includes artist profiles, computer wallpaper downloads, as well as video and picture clip highlights from artist interviews, performances and some of the cast's favorite skits. It provides news, an events listing and a links page to connect visitors to items of interest such as record labels and ministries featured on the show. The site also offers viewers the opportunity to reserve free tickets to see a live taping of the show.

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