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Healthy-Living Television has never been so entertaining! “Cookin’ With Cutty” is a nationally syndicated half-hour family television show, which promotes positive health and nutrition lifestyle choices for children and their parents. Fast-paced, high-energy segments featuring Cutty, Lisa, Blakely & the Kids focus on the benefits of eating well, exercising and being tobacco free. Our mission is to encourage good health, nutrition and fitness habits to children around the world, with the hopes they will carry them into their adulthood. Filmed entirely on location throughout the beautiful Islands of Hawaii, Cookin’ With Cutty informs and educates children, parents and families through the easiest learning method on earth, …FUN!
"Cutty and Company possess more energy than the combined output of a tactical nuke, the Las Vegas County power grid and the Red Hot Chili Peppers when they were in their prime." — Kekoa Lake, 16th Annual Hawaii International Film Festival
Created in 1998 by Cutty Cutler, Lisa Phillips, Gregg McAllister
Our Goal: To entertain, inspire and empower kids and families with stories that explore sports, nutrition and culture.
Target Audience: Appropriate for young children 8-11 plus entertaining & current enough for teens and parents.
TV Rating: E/I (Educational/Informational...we help networks fulfill their federal educational broadcast obligations.
On Air continuously since 1999-Syndicated nationally since 2002
Pilot episode was featured at the 16th annual Hawaii International Film Festival
Format: Live-Action format includes high energy healthy cooking/nutrition segment, sports or activity segment, and education or cultural segment.
30 Minute show with 24 minutes of content. Balance of 6 minutes for commercial use by station, network & producers.
*Our national distribution combined with the Hawaii broadcast ranks us consistently among the top 50 most broadcast cooking genre shows on television.
A gripping film produced by CuttyTV in association with the Hawaii County Prosecutors Office, County of Hawaii and staff & students of Kealakehe High School.
Cutty & Dr. Patricia Bragg