This Fall join us Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. on The Valley’s CW! If you can’t join us on Sundays you can DVR us or you can watch the show on our website after it airs on Sunday! (Premiering September 30)
A small Alabama town strives to create the perfect almost reality talk show with a cast of colorful, quirky characters and an often over-the-top but endearing storyline. Set, from all appearances, in a sweet Southern town by the picturesque Tennessee River, The Cookie Logic Show depicts the almost real life of Cookie Stoner, a sassy, talkative soccer mom who dreams of being the star of the perfect talk show. She thinks she must be getting closer now that she is on the network that has such favorites as The Office, Gossip Girl, Hart of Dixie, America’s Top Model & Judge Judy. She can’t wait to meet all of her new celebrity friends!
Surprising, zany conflicts arise from Cookie and her cast that include Cookie’s own college age daughter studying to be an actress, a newly single forty something southern belle, a country boy football-loving retired lawyer and a pleasant, but out-of-place in the deep South, Jewish lady from New York. To add to the comic trauma, overly excited, Kelly from Orlando is asked to direct The Cookie Logic Show with a small production crew run by her exasperated-with-small-town-option’s, husband, Erle. There will be some new characters arriving to help Cookie create the perfect show. A new “Voice,” a funny lawyer, real music, real guests, real useful information and entertainment will abound on Cookie’s talk show, as Cookie and her show crew deal with the almost reality dilemmas of creating the perfect talk show in a perfectly assorted world of dreaming big in a small town.
The Cookie Logic Show will join the CW (The Valley’s CW) WHDF Channel 15 Sundays at 10:30 a.m. beginning September 30.
For more information check your local TV listings.
The Cookie Logic TV Show is working with the talents Erle and Kelly Hughes with The Art of Video production company. We are excited to be working with such a seasoned group of people.
Erle Hughes is a dedicated and enthusiastic professional with over 15 years experience in video, editing, television and audiovisual production services. After graduating from of the University of West Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Ergonomics Psychology and Business management, Erle eventually became Orange County Florida’s lead Information Services Specialist. His work involved focusing on technical, operative and consultative services, which included video production and television programming. During this time, Erle was awarded the coveted Orange Award, by former Mayor Linda Chapin of Orange County, for his distinguished performance as a video specialist. Erle also co- produced a popular, long running Florida gardening TV show with award-winning Urban horticulturist Tom McCubbin. After serving Orange County, Erle began his own production company with an emphasis on careful design and personalized service. Erle has worked with many celebrities, notable officials and large cooperate venues including a 2001 Tour with the President of the United States and the award-winning children’s television show Beakman’s World Beakman’s World On Tour video, funded by the Cincinnati Museum. Erle has enjoyed working with such companies and organizations such as the Walt Disney World Company, The Huntsville Ballet and Emmy award-winning company Entertainment Technologies.
Kelly Hughes grew up in a scenic Florida coastal town that served to be one of her best creative classrooms while she learned to be observant in a quiet, beautiful coastal setting. As an adult, Kelly wrote articles for the Lakeland Ledger, a New York Times newspaper affiliate. She eventually decided to join her husband Erle in business and began to apply her story telling abilities toward video editing and script development. Kelly enjoys keeping her video work in style by subscribing to current video information networks and staying connected to the video community. Here’s an interesting fact about Kelly: As a young girl at 17, she marked one of her favorite poems in a poetry book given to her as a Christmas gift by her parents. The poem was written by James Russel Lowell and called The Fountain. A few months later, a family member came to Kelly’s home with a family history book they had researched and complied. The book reveled that Kelly was related to James Russell Lowell, the author of her favorite poem, as well as Robert Lowell, one of the founders of the American confessional poetry movement and writer and Pulitzer Prize winner, Amy Lowell.
The Cookie Logic TV Show is excited about this new chapter in our lives and we hope you will join us for some fun this Fall!
Join the Cookie Logic crew at Huntsville’s Monaco Pictures as they make motion picture history… a little trick photography goes a long way with Norman and Debra.
Cookie thinks green might be the new pink. Her Spring Tutu has yet to arrive, but oh my stars wait until you see what is in store for Earth Day!! The world will never be the same.. It’s Cookie Logic after all. Special thanks to Emily Johnson from the City of Decatur for all your help and enthusiasm. Congrats for 90% response rate in your first few weeks…
Look what we found at the landfill… and it wasn’t Norman!
Join us at the Point Mallard Ice Complex! Cookie, Norman, Susan, and Debra show their skills at hockey and figure skating… the zamboni makes an appearance too!
The Cookie Logic crew travels to down by the river at the Daily Brew to join master chef Dan Price in the kitchen to learn how to make cracklin’ cornbread… post gorging workout with Top Notch Training was not optional!
This week’s episode is filmed at Bank Street Antiques… where you can find a wonderful selection of gift items for the holidays! We are joined by the Historic Decatur Home Christmas Tour team to help get us all excited about the tour this weekend!
Welcome to my blog! I am happy to be part of the Decatur, Alabama community. I hope you enjoy my short memoirs, insights and Cookie Logic Episodes. If you enjoy please comment or pass my blog along!
The name Cookie Logic comes from my husband, Allen. We were married on January 16, 1988. When we were dating I would tell him something and he would look at me usually rather puzzled and say, “Oh, that must be Cookie Logic.” Most of the pieces I write are ordinary everyday events that happen to me. They just happen to be my version of the events. They are Cookie Logic.
F. Scott Fitzgerald said to write for your audience and for the times. So, if you are reading this you are my audience and I am writing for you. I hope you enjoy.