Capers and Day Productions Announce "What I Did Today," a Brand new Comedy Show that is Child Friendly

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"What I Did Today" is the next major show that your kids are bound to be watching, and it's coming soon!

The production crew has very recently established a Kickstarter support page in hopes of receiving donations.

Move over Nick Junior, there's a new show in town!

The show is, "What I did Today," a daily educational comedy, suitable for children, while being simultaneously geared toward the teenage demographic.

Filming in multiple locations through the creative workings of “Capers and Day Productions,” this series follows two young brothers who travel throughout the U.S. interviewing and interacting with people who have fascinating and sometimes obscure careers. 22 episodes have already been scheduled for production but official network information and air dates have yet to be announced.

The production crew has very recently established a Kickstarter support page in hopes of receiving donations, with great gifts and prizes up for grabs, to those who donate. To aid in this Kickstarter effort click right here: WHAT I DID TODAY!

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Visit the company website at ourtelevisionshow.com. Or contact John Capers at john(at)ourtelevisionshow(dot)com, or Donald Day at donald(at)ourtelevisionshow(dot)com

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