Nanna's Cottage

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Nanna's Cottage
Created by Davey Porter
Karen Sponsler-Porter
Starring Rachael Rizzo
Greg Izay
Lauren Stone
Jason Booth
Gracie Porter
C.J. Walker
Carly Walker
Liza Clark
Lydia Hale
Country of origin United States
Running time 30 minutes
Original network Faith TV,
Sky Angel Satellite Network
Original release October 7, 2006 (2006-10-07) – November 10, 2007 (2007-11-10)

Nanna's Cottage is a children's TV series created by husband and wife producing team Davey Porter and Karen Sponsler-Porter.

The show is about a 75-year-old grandmother Abigale "Nanna" Macaroon, a world traveler and archeologist, who dispenses love and knowledge to her granddaughter and her friends about the world, and the importance of character. It featured adults, puppets and children, as well as regular guest characters. This television series was produced in Eugene, Oregon.[1]


The first season of thirteen episodes was broadcast between October 7, 2006[2] and January 13, 2007. A second season was broadcast between April 7, 2007 and November 10, 2007.[3]

Monster Sunday School[edit]

Monster Sunday School is a series of shorts seen on TBN, filling the commercial breaks of Nanna's Cottage, featuring a basic Bible story lesson involving puppet monsters, a la Sesame Street. The shorts are generally two minutes in length, with three featured per episode. Nanna's Cottage's Marvin and Little Harry also appear. The shorts began airing with TBN's broadcast of Nanna's Cottage on October 7, 2006.[2]

DVD releases[edit]

Some episodes of Nanna's Cottage have been released on DVD, from Digiview Entertainment.[4]


The series is shown on several television channels in the USA and Canada, including Trinity Broadcasting Network.[2]


  1. ^ Maben, Scott (2005-10-01). "Child actors do their part for Nanna's Cottage pilot". The Register Guard. Retrieved 2009-02-28. 
  2. ^ a b c Bertello, Michelle (2006-10-04). "Nanna's Cottage debuts on TBN and Smile of a Child TV". Retrieved 2009-02-28. 
  3. ^ "Davey Porter Pictures". Retrieved 2009-03-01. 
  4. ^ "Nanna's Cottage: Volume 1". Retrieved 2009-02-28. 

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