Compiled By: Lana K. Wilson-Combs

Canyon Star TV has a new streaming platform, making it the ultimate "go-to" service for classic movies, documentaries, musical programs, and thousands of hours of wholesome family entertainment that can't be found anywhere else.

With exclusive content including Cheri Lucas (The Dog Expert), "Victory Road" with Lee Benton, and 39 episodes of "The Joey Canyon Show," 13 of which have never been aired before, along with new music performances and over 25, original television shows that will soon begin production.

Canyon Star TV offers documentaries on Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline, Tammy Wynette, ABBA, and The Beatles, and cooking shows that include Paula Dean's "Positively Paula," "Justin Wilson Cajun Cookin'", Jill's Inspiration Kitchen, "Cookin' with Butter" as well as popular shows such as "Live at Billy Bob's Texas, Shotgun Red Variety Show," "My Life My Songs" with Jimmy Fortune, "Jimmy Bowen & Friends," "The Penny Gilley Show" "TruCountry with Heather Myles," "Today's Nashville," "Hidden Heritage," and more.

To sign up for free and for further information, visit CanyonStar.TV.

"A little over 5 years ago, I had the vision of creating a streaming wholesome family network," shares Joey Canyon, Founder of Canyon Star TV. "A safe haven where parents could watch television with the whole family without fear of questionable language, improper sexual situations, horror, gore, or violence. On January 27th of 2023, Canyon Star TV became a global reality, and a true blessing for me and Kelly Kantz, my Co-Founder, and President. We will continue to provide the very best in quality family entertainment."

"After years of discussing and planning Canyon Star TV with the owner and Founder Joey Canyon, I am beyond excited to see all of our hard work come to fruition," adds Kantz. "With the help of the wonderful producers and programmers, we have added fantastic programming and will continue to grow the outlet moving forward. I am very excited to share wonderful family-friendly programming with the world."

While focusing on the right content for Canyon Star TV, it was imperative to have shows that not only fit the criteria with wholesome entertainment, but it was also important to include programming that came from the heart. One show, in particular, is "Hidden Heritage."

A member of the Lower Brule Sioux Indian Reservation in South Dakota, host Paul LaRoche tells his story of learning of his adoption after the loss of his parents and his reunion back to his tribe years later. As part of Canyon Star TV's free streaming platform, viewers will also have access to live music videos, kids programming, talk shows, outdoor living, and a growing amount of new faith-based programming just to name a few, proving Canyon Star TV is the most diverse, family-friendly streaming platform available today.


Canyon Star TV (CSTV) is a family-friendly television network founded by CEO Joey Canyon, a visionary media entrepreneur and award-winning country music singer-songwriter, recording artist, performer, actor, and producer. CSTV officially launched globally in early 2023 and offers the world wholesome family programming that celebrates traditional country and Americana music as well as a full spectrum of entertainment with unique and original content. Subscribers can use any streaming device to access a broad range of exclusive programming anytime, anywhere, including everything from popular movies and classic TV shows to shopping, travel, sports, lifestyle, food, and history programs to live performances by some of the best country music artists around. Both Canyon and President and Co-Founder Kelly Kantz bring together their love for all aspects of the entertainment industry while providing viewers with something new, exciting, and enriching for the whole family.

For more information, please visit CanyonStar.TV or contact KellyKantz@CanyonStar.TV.

Editor's Note: Information used in this report obtained from CanyonStar.TV publicity.



The series premiere episodes of the newest Bounce (@BounceTV) original series "Act Your Age" were seen by 2.14 million viewers in their debut telecasts. The first two episodes of "Act Your Age" premiered back-to-back on Bounce on March 4 from 8 to 9 p.m. ET, and their initial airing burst within 24 hours included a special presentation on Bounce's sister network ION.

The premieres kicked off the two-part, 16-episode first season of "Act Your Age," with the first seven episodes running weekly on Saturday nights throughout the spring and the second half premiering over the summer.

Bounce premieres new episodes of "Act Your Age" Saturdays at 8 p.m. (ET), with a primetime play for the West Coast at 8 p.m. (PT). They are added to Bounce's streaming service Brown Sugar on Sunday mornings.

The multiple-camera, half-hour comedy tells the story of three vibrant, successful Washington D.C./Northern Virginia-area women in their 50s who are each at a personal crossroads and who decide the best way forward in life is together. "Act Your Age" stars Kym Whitley ("Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Next Friday," "Young and Hungry") and Tisha Campbell ("Uncoupled," "My Wife and Kids," "Dr. Ken") with special guest star Yvette Nicole Brown ("Community," "The Mayor," "Big Shot").

Whitley plays Bernadette, a successful, no-nonsense real estate developer. Campbell plays Keisha, the wild card of the group who is always up to something, and Brown plays Angela, the former First Lady of Norfolk, Virginia, who is looking to redefine her life after being widowed by her husband, a revered career politician.

The multi-generational sitcom also features Mariah Robinson ("The Wrong Valentine") and Nathan Anderson ("Black-ish," "Richie Rich,") as the 20-something children of Angela and Bernadette, respectively.

Alyson Fouse ("Big Shot," "Everybody Hates Chris," "The Wanda Sykes Show") created the series and serves as showrunner and executive producer. The series is produced by MGM Television and executive produced by Barry Poznick, Bradley Gardner ("Hot in Cleveland") and David Hudson; and co-executive produced by Ranada Shepard and Ken Ornstein ("Everybody Loves Raymond").


Bounce (@bouncetv) features a programming mix of original series and movies, theatrical motion pictures, off network series, specials and events designed for African American audiences. Bounce is available to 98 percent of U.S. television homes free and over the air with a digital antenna, on cable, on DISH channel 359, DIRECTV channel 82, over the top on Roku, Pluto TV and Apple TV; on mobile devices via the Bounce app; and on the web via Bounce XL, Scripps Networks' newest free ad-supported television (FAST) channel, is available on Samsung TV Plus, Pluto TV and Xumo. Bounce is part of The E.W. Scripps Company (NASDAQ: SSP).

Editor's Note: Information used in this report obtained from Bounce publicity.