The brothers confirmed that a sixth episode is complete and likely slotted for release in early September. The first episode of a new series that is "musical in nature" and "teaches a lesson in a comedic manner" will be released. As they did with episode five, they are planning a premier event at a theater. Learn more about "Kid History" by visiting their Facebook page.
Beyond episode six, who knows? The brothers plan to continue as long as they have can bond and have fun.
“Each episode has received a bigger reaction. Episode five reached 100,000 views in a short time,” Randy said. “The goal is to keep coming up with new ideas to see if it's something we can get on TV. We’ll see if we just got lucky or if we really have talent.”
They’ve already received calls from a satellite-dish company interested in their videos, as well as from KBYU, the PBS station based at Brigham Young University.
But if nothing else, it’s an excuse to hang out and do some family history.
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