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Jack McBrayer Is Back With More 'Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show'

This story is part of I'm So Obsessed (subscribe here), our podcast featuring interviews with actors, artists, celebrities and creative types about their work, career and current obsessions. Jack McBrayer is a comic and two-time Emmy nominated actor who you know best as Kenneth the page from the series 30...
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In a nod to Dave Chappelle attack, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler get Jack McBrayer to protect them at Netflix Is a Joke Fest

“We saw what happened to Chappelle, and I don’t care what anyone says, I didn’t like it," Fey said during their on-stage conversation. "We were a little worried about that, but I feel like the vibe in here feels good. I don’t feel like anybody is going to try that sh*t.” As a joke, Fey brought up her 30 Rock colleague McBrayer on stage. “It really is an honor to be here,” he said. “But security is important so I do need y’all to know that if you act a fool, I will f*ck your sh*t up. If you come for them, I will come for your nut sack.” Fey and Poehler also discussed the time Kevin Spacey hit on Fey at an SNL afterparty and the time Fey tried to set up Poehler with James Marsden. ALSO: Steve Harvey lost a lot of respect for Will Smith: "You slap me? If you sit back in your seat, Jada would have to move out of the way."

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EXCLUSIVE: Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale is to host intimate conversation series E.A.T. With Gavin Rossdale, which will see the musician invite celebrities to his home in the Hollywood Hills where he will design, prepare and serve them a three course meal. Rossdale and his guests will eat, discuss their careers and what makes them tick, and may even jam, we’re told, depending on the guest. Shooting is underway and guests so far include iconic singer Tom Jones and 30 Rock and Late Night With Conan O’Brien star Jack McBrayer. The show is being produced by recently launched Roundtable Entertainment as their first unscripted...
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Jack McBrayer evokes Mister Rogers with Apple TV show ‘Hello, Jack!’

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Jack McBrayer chats new series ‘Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show,’ now streaming on Apple Tv+

HOUSTON – Actor Jack McBrayer of ‘30 Rock,’ and veteran children’s author Angela Santomero (“Blue’s Clues,” “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood”) have created an inspiring new series called ‘Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show,’ now streaming on Apple Tv+. The sweet series showcases stories where acts of kindness are shown through “The Three...

Could Jack McBrayer become the next Mr. Rogers with Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show?

McBrayer's new Apple TV+ preschool series doesn't hide its influence. "And with a mission to teach the youngsters of America (and possibly even some of their parents) the 3 Cs – caring, connecting, cascading – and a fondness for pastel-colored knitwear, McBrayer is ideally positioned to become Generation Alpha’s answer to the saint of kids TV," says Jon O'Brien of the show McBrayer stars in and co-created with Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood creator Angela C. Santomero. O'Brien adds: "It’s not too surprising, therefore, to discover that Hello Jack! takes several cues from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Each of its seven 20-minute episodes begins with a similarly jaunty singalong, although McBrayer is seen leaving his house rather than returning to it, centers on a particular theme, and takes place in a colorful world where impossibly perky humans interact with animal characters (albeit of the digitally animated kind rather than the shabby hand puppets that populated the Neighborhood of Make Believe)."

"Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show" Star Jack McBrayer

We could all use a little more kindness in our lives! Jack McBrayer, star and co-creator of the new show "Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show," joined Kara Mack to talk about the streaming series for little ones. On the new show, the "30 Rock" actor plays a Mister Rogers version of himself, who lives in a town called Clover Grove and owns The Hummingbird Café. As he walks to work through the town, he greets everyone, including the many kids walking around, and sings about kindness.

Is Jack McBrayer Poised To Become This Generation’s Fred Rogers?

McBrayer hasn’t tried to hide his obvious influence, freely admitting that the show was inspired by a talk at The National Association for the Education of Young Children titled What Would Fred Rogers Think About the World Right Now? (Its lecturer, Junlei Li, was subsequently tasked with the unusual role of series’ kindness and human connection expert.) And his partner-in-crime is Angela C. Santomero, an Emmy-winning children’s TV producer whose resume includes Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, an animated spin-off from Rogers’ long-running PBS favorite.

Why Jack McBrayer Believes that a Small Act of Kindness—And His New TV Series—Can Help Change the World

If you want to entertain young children as well as parents, there is no better recipe than Jack McBrayer’s infectious positivity and whimsical humor, which is why he’s inviting preschoolers—and the adults in their lives—to watch Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show, his new Apple TV program where even the smallest act of kindness can change the world.

Jack McBrayer spreads kindness with new Apple TV+ children's series

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — We loved Jack McBrayer as the lovable 'Kenneth Parcell' for seven seasons on '30 Rock.' The acclaimed comedian has been doing a ton of voiceover work in recent years, but now he's back on the screen, front and center with a new children's series on Apple TV+. "Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show" is now streaming.

Whatever Happened to Jack McBrayer?

If you find yourself wondering what happened to Jack McBrayer, it is abundantly obvious to us you’re not paying much attention to what you’re watching and what you’re listening to. He’s exceptionally famous for his role as the cheerful, easily excited Kenneth Page on the hit show “30 Rock,” but he’s also a man who has made some big moves throughout the years and over the course of his career. He’s been in movies, in television shows, he’s been on late night, and he’s lent his voice to some outstanding characters. More importantly, though, Jack McBrayer has not stopped working. But, if you’re looking to see where he’s been and what he’s been up to since he finished his role on “30 Rock,” alongside Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin, we can tell you exactly what he’s been up to.
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Jack McBrayer is serious about his new Apple TV+ preschool series

Jack McBrayer’s new Apple TV+ preschool show “comes from a very personal place,” he said. “I was noticing in the world how grownups were behaving around each other and greeting each other with a lack of compassion,” McBrayer, 48, told The Post about “Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show,” premiering Friday (Nov. 5).