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What is the TV show Hubworld about?

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The television show "Hubworld" was a segment-based children's show that included looks at other programs on The Hub, short interviews with trendy actors and musicians, and comedy routines led by the host, Justin "Kredible" Willman. "Hubworld" also included snippets involving current events.

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"Hubworld" premiered in November 2010 and only lasted two seasons before being canceled on October 29th, 2011. "Hubworld" allowed viewers to stay updated with both the most newsworthy television shows on The Hub network and also actual current events in the world. In addition to interviews and comedy routines, it also included a segment which spotlighted the community service and volunteerism performed by kids around the country.

The host of "Hubworld," Justin Willman, is an actor-comedian-magician who is no stranger to appearing on or hosting television shows. He has appeared on "Cupcake Wars," "Rachel Ray," "Disney's Armando the Amazing" and "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody." In 2010, Campus Activities Magazine named Justin Willman "Entertainer of the Year" for the fourth consecutive year in a row due to his outstanding "Justin Kredible Show."

Every episode ended with a segment called "Just to Let You Know News Jam" that consisted of musician Danny Teigen composing and performing an entirely original song based on current events.

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