TVO welcomes Greg Liow as new TVOkids host

By TVO News - Published on Nov 19, 2019
TVOkids hosts Lucas Meeuse, Greg Liow (centre), and Laura Commisso

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Life in the TVOkids tree fort just got even more fun—as the team welcomes Greg Liow as a host and producer!

A graduate of Sheridan College’s music theatre performance program, Greg has performed in numerous theatrical productions, including Grease, and is also featured in a recurring role in the upcoming Netflix series Age of Samurai.

On November 19, 2019, Greg will have his first on-air appearance on That TVOkids Show—a live program that invites viewers to call or email in to play games, share stories and talk with celebrity guests and experts like zoologists, astronauts and paleontologists. 

Since its premiere in August 2019, That TVOkids Show has been hosted by Lucas Meeuse and Laura Commisso, the talented duo who also write, produce, shoot and edit the show, as well as develop the hilarious characters that are a hit with kids and parents alike. 

“Our tree fort is a truly special place where everyone is welcome,” says Lucas. “Whether we’re learning about the science behind slime or mythical creatures, or electing a new Mayor of the Forest,” adds Laura, “we are always looking for fun and unique ways to engage our TVOkids audience.”

Greg is thrilled to join Lucas and Laura at TVOkids, which offers award-winning, advertising-free children’s programming, games and interactive content that support the Ontario curriculum. “I feel incredibly privileged to be able to come in to work every day and create,” says Greg. “I’m so excited to bring laughter, joy and learning to children all over Ontario.”

Viewers can watch Lucas, Laura and Greg on That TVOkids Show live from 4:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m., Monday – Thursday, via broadcast as well as on-demand on YouTube and tvokids.com.

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