How to stop the children from being bullied
A new show on children’s television about the dangers of bullying has gone off the air after a decade.
The children’s network ABC’s The Adventures of Buster & Mabel aired a new series called Buster & Me on Wednesday that focuses on the impact of bullying on young people.
“Buster & Me” focuses on Buster and Mabel’s story.
Buster and Me’s creator, Jason Schwartzman, wrote the pilot episode of the show.
It will air every Thursday night at 8 p.m.
EST on ABC.
“I’m just incredibly proud of the way it has gone and how many people have really embraced it and really embraced the characters and really felt it,” Schwartzman said.
Schwartzman added that his first thought was that the kids are going to be too scared to watch the show because it is about bullying.
“They’re just going to say, ‘I’m too scared,’ ” he said.
The show will air in its entirety at the end of the year.
Schwartz, who has a history of making and running successful programs, has said that the characters have grown in popularity with viewers.
He said he thinks the series is an opportunity for the show to show kids that they can be strong and resilient, and that their bullying can be prevented.
The series will focus on how the two characters cope with bullying.
They have also said that their goal is to get people to listen and not judge, which is very important for young people, Schwartzman explained.
“That’s a very important message to kids.
It’s important to say to them, ‘You’re not the only ones out there,’ ” Schwartzman told ABC News.
The two will be working with The National Alliance on bullying prevention.
The organization’s president, Jennifer Kavanagh, said she has known Schwartzman for years.
She said she was excited to see the new show because of the themes of self-acceptance, self-love, and kindness.
“It’s just so refreshing,” she said.
“He’s been really open and honest with us, and I think it’s going to have a really big impact.”
Schwartzman also talked about how he and the show’s creators have been able to be open about bullying because they have to.
“We don’t really have to do anything,” he said, “it’s just something that we have to face every day.”
The show’s producers and creators said they have been trying to get as much feedback as possible.
They also said they want the show aired in time for Halloween, which will be on October 1.
The new series was created by Schwartzman and his wife, Katie, who worked on a number of shows with his previous show, The Daily Show With Jon Stewart.
“This is the first time in my life that I’m actually creating something for the audience,” Schwartzm said.
ABC’s series, which premiered in 2007, also stars Sarah Michelle Gellar as a young woman who comes from a wealthy family, and stars Kevin Spacey as an older man who is bullied.
The episode was written by veteran sitcom writer Matt Walsh and was filmed at Universal Studios Hollywood in Florida.
ABC News’ Amy Gagliardi contributed to this report.