Creator Chris Nee Slated for TV Kids Festival


Twenty-time Emmy nominee Chris Nee, creator, writer and executive producer of multiple hit children’s series, including Doc McStuffins, is set to deliver a keynote as part of the TV Kids Festival, taking place from February 7 to 10, which you can register for here for free.

Nee began her career as an associate producer at Sesame Street International before transitioning to writing for Sesame Workshop. She has received 20 Emmy nominations throughout her career, winning one in 2002 for her work on Little Bill. In 2014, Doc McStuffins—which she created and executive produced—won a Peabody Award. She signed a multiyear overall deal with Netflix in 2018 and has since worked on productions such as Ridley Jones; Ada Twist, Scientist; We the People, which is being executive produced by former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama; and Spirit Rangers.

The TV Kids Festival will feature keynotes and panels with leading executives and creatives discussing the major trends in the children’s programming business. It will be streamed live and available on-demand on Unlike other events requiring hefty registration fees, attendance to the TV Kids Festival is free. The inaugural festival attracted more than 1,700 participants.

Look for more announcements in the coming weeks about key speakers and panels taking place during the TV Kids Festival.

You can register for the TV Kids Festival here, free of charge.