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“What’s On My Mind” Episode 24

Posted by admin On September - 24 - 2020

Thursday Night 8pm TUNE IN

No masks result in 1 million $$$$$$ fine.

Kreskin calls fastball on ESPN2 Korean Baseball League

Posted by admin On September - 22 - 2020

Announcers from KBL call Amazing Kreskin pitch for a strike

Kreskin requests ONLY 3 minutes of your time . No matter where you are or what you are doing . Everyone must STOP & Think @3:33 on October 6.

This event will broadcast live on Facebook

*Not necessary to tune in

What’s On My Mind

Posted by admin On August - 29 - 2020

Last night’s episode Tune In for an Amazing Event

Episode 20

The Adventures of the Amazing Kreskin

Posted by admin On August - 20 - 2020

Now ON SALE Kreskin’s newest Book

“What’s On My Mind”

Posted by admin On July - 30 - 2020

This week’s Thursday night episode @8pm is dedicated to Regis Philbin .

TA Kreskin YouTube Channel

RIP Regis Philbin

Posted by admin On July - 28 - 2020

7.24.2020

https://www.instagram.com/tv/CCpJ57Ulx_4/?igshid=c9y9few17107

http://www.amazingkreskin.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Jim-Carey-Kreskin

July 14,2020

Jim Carrey was interviewed by Howard Stern on Sirius XM Howard 100

“According to Carrey, Rodney Dangerfield’s favorite Carrey impression was that of The Amazing Kreskin, the glad-handing Mentalist.”

Jim Carrey as The Amazing Kreskin

Hugh Downs will be missed.

Posted by admin On July - 6 - 2020

The loss of TV personality Hugh Downs saddens me deeply.  He had a generous and quiet heart and was one of the legendary greats in broadcasting.  From the Today Show to late night television, I had many wonderful appearances with him.  No, I did not have the opportunity to appear on his quiz shows, but it is remarkable the area and range of television that he became involved in.  He was always concerned about the integrity of his programming, and what fascinated me was the incredible background he had on so many subjects that were in the news.  The bottom line is he was a tremendously avid reader.  I remember quiet conversation I had with him, including a flight that I was on when I was appearing on a tv series in England, and he was planning a program somewhere in the British Isles.  There was a quiet knowledgeable integrity about his work, and to be very honest with you, you don’t often see on television today.  

Memorial Reflection on Hugh Downs

February 14, 1921 – July 1, 2020