The BURNNIE Show has received three Emmy nominations.
The Emmy Awards focus on various sectors of television programming: Television Academy (primetime) National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (daytime, sports, news and documentary)
Each Primetime Emmy statuette weighs six pounds, twelve-and-a-half ounces, and is made of copper, nickel, silver and gold.
The BURNNIE Show is available locally on KELO's MyUTV each Saturday at 11:30am (cable channel 10 or digital 11.2) Sundays on Cable ch. 30 at 6:30pm.
The BURNNIE Show is available throughout the United States in a variety of markets including Roku on the Parables HD channel and the National Religious Broadcasting station Direct TV ch. 378 Saturday at 7:30 AM EST
The BURNNIE Show is viewed in the United Kingdom through the UCB network and is available in Australia, The Netherlands, Trinidad, Tobago Guyana, Korea, France, Belgium, London, Ireland, Belfast, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Jordan Kuwait, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia , South America, Nigeria, and Jamaica.
The goal of each BURNNIE episode offers discussion starters between parents and their children. The BURNNIE Show is driven by a specific intent to present an inspirational and educational concept. Positive values combine with additional efforts in promoting children's social, emotional, behavioral health with an introduction to God's Word and Truth. Episodes support parents, caregivers, teachers and other professionals in their work with children.
Founders, Steve and Faith Treague, are both retired teachers. Together, they have more than 60 years of experience in the elementary classroom and live public performances to children all over the world.
Aside from one pinch of fantasy with BURNNIE as a talking rabbit, each episode presents real people in real life situations. The true to life design of the program enhances the ability for parents, grandparents, teachers, and caregivers to open a line of communication on important character building and faith based topics with their children.The BURNNIE Show is not sponsored by any church denomination or television network. It is fully supported by its viewers. All U.S. donations are tax deductible.