IShine KNECT

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iShine KNECT
Genre Christian media
Created by Robert Beeson
Written by Robyn Blaikie Collins
Paula Corbello
Douglas Goodrich
Alan Tregoning
Jason Walter Vaile
Directed by Don Dartt
Presented by Paige Armstrong
Starring Alexis Slifer
Cammie Hall
Marissa Milele
Caitlin Wright
Olivia Heusmann
Noah Hayden
Anthony Barthel
Isaac Alling
Michael Powers
David Horner
Luke Benward
Jamie Grace
Kylie Jean
Jonnie Allen
Brookie Allen
Chelsea Musick
Douglas Goodrich
Caroline Grace
Josiah Rea
Alden Skidd
Auguste Skidd
Gabrielle Skidd
Georgia Skidd
Logan Charles
Opening theme "Time 2 Shine" performed by Jasmine, written by Jasmine and Tony Sagginario (season 1)

"iShine KNECT Theme Song" performed by Jonnie and Brookie (season 2,3, and 4)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 36
Production
Producer(s) Brenda Rossman
Editor(s) Joshua Ross
Running time 27 min. (approx.)
Production company(s) iShine
Broadcast
Original channel Trinity Broadcasting Network Smile of a Child JCTV
Original airing 2009

iShine KNECT is a Christian television show created by Robert Beeson as a part of the iShine ministry. It is broadcast on Trinity Broadcasting Network with a cast of teen singers, actors and dancers. Season five is in production. The show's first season was in 2009.

Season 1 (2009)[edit]

iShine KNECT's first season was written and directed by Beeson and Kevan Cyka (Everlife, Hilary Duff). The show featured artists, performances and interviews as well as short segments where the cast did improvisation and comedy.

Jasmine Sagginario
Mission Six (rock band)
The Rubyz (musical trio)
Jamie Grace
Jonnie and Brookie (musical duo)
Cooper & Gatlin (musical duo)
Paige Armstrong
Josiah Rea
Kelsey Muse
Logan Charles

Season 2 (2010)[edit]

In 2010, Beeson and the iShine staff worked with writers in Dallas, Texas, to create "Club iShine," a cafe built in the Trinity Broadcasting Network's studios. The show was filmed in high-definition and was along the lines of Hannah Montana and iCarly. The season was directed by Don Dartt and broadcast in July 2010.

Mission Six
The Rubyz
Jamie Grace
Jonnie and Brookie
Paige Armstrong
Kylie Jean Tannehill
SiLOam (rock band)
Chelsea Musick
Doug Goodrich (as Troy)

Season 3 (2011)[edit]

In 2011, Beeson and the iShine staff used Club iShine and revised it into "iShine Academy".

Mission Six
The Rubyz
Jamie Grace (talks about topics of the show)
Jonnie and Brookie
Caroline Grace (formerly of pureNRG) (solo artist)
cKenzi Millermon (pronounced Kensie)
Ginger Millermon (portrays Ms. Handley, headmistress of the Academy)
Kevan Cyka (portrays Mr. Bridges, owner of the Academy and Club iShine; Cyka's record label Whiplash Records produces many of the musical acts on the show)
Doug Goodrich (as Troy)

Season 4 (2013)[edit]

Season four of iShine Academy began on May 25, 2013.

Mission Six
The Rubyz
Caroline Grace (solo artist)

Rachel Chan (solo artist)
Spencer Kane (solo artist)
Tate Huesmann (solo artist; plays Max from Season 3; and is also Olivia's, from the Rubyz, little brother)
Doug Goodrich (as Troy)