Tabitha Brown published a kid’s web series called ‘Tab Time” in December 2021 and it’s choosen for 2 Emmys, almost a year later its published. The vegan foodie, star, and mom couldn’t hold her tears and posted her reaction video with her fans. “you all look at what the Lord has blessed me with”
she shared in an Instagram note with her thanksgiving video. “Tab Time is choosen for not 1 but 2 Emmys!!!!! 1 for outstanding preschool series and 1 for me as Outstanding Host I’m Thankful to you all you all made this for me. Tab Time is a
10-episode web series aimed at preschool-little kids. It plays on her YouTube channel and season 2 launched on October 14th. When commenting on the show being renewed for a 2nd season by YouTube, Brown told Tab Time is a part of her purpose and she’s felt heartfelt
by how much support the first season got. “It’s been told a million times, but kids are the future, and healing change started with them. If we can make better kids, then we can create good adults. Teaching kids to grow together and love each other with humbleness will create a great world.
I hope kids constantly to take away the essential lessons this has to offer.” Some themes the teach them touches on include music, friendship, how stuffs grow, and other educational matters. The 2nd season features a range of celebrity visitors like Terry Crews (as Randy Respect),
Nic Few (as Detective SeeMeSeeYou), Tamron Hall (as Ranger Rory Roarsabunch), Kevin “KevOnStage” Fredericks (as Captain Leighdership), Amanda Seales (as Neighbor Sherry Shares) and many more.