New Episodes of ‘Rosie’s Rules,’ ‘Alma’s Way’ Streaming on PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in April

New episodes of “Rosie’s Rules” and “Alma’s Way” are among the titles arriving on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in April.

The channel offers 40-plus educational and entertaining shows and shorts for kids ages 2-8. The subscription rate is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription.

In “Rosie Rules” volume five, available now, 5-year-old Rosie Fuentes and her friends pretend to be pirates traveling around the world, but they need a globe to plan a route. Then, while Jun is visiting Shanghai, she and Rosie plan a virtual breakfast, but when it’s daytime for Rosie, it’s nighttime for Jun. Next, while delivering popcorn in Maya’s apartment building, Rosie, Crystal and Mom find a lost dog toy, so they become doggie detectives to find its owner. And Rosie builds a cardboard house for Gatita so she can have a peaceful nap. Plus Rosie, Crystal, and Iggy try to recreate Mom and Papá’s beach anniversary tradition at home, and it’s Chiles en Nogada Day, but when Papá loses the recipe, it’s up to Rosie to figure out who else might have it.

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In “Alma’s Way” volume nine, debuting April 28, when Mr. Ramirez takes too many cats into his shop, Alma helps him figure out what to do with them. Then, when Alma asks her friends to play stickball, there’s one hold-out — Howard. Next, Alma, Harper and Rafia want to make a quick-change video like Safina’s, but they can’t figure out how she did it. And Eddie asks Alma to help him record a rap, but his project gets derailed when it turns into a rap circle with Junior, André and Becka. Plus, when Alma’s new friend Beto is disappointed that the Bronx beach doesn’t feel like his old beach in San Diego, Alma and André try to show him that even though this beach is different, it’s just as fun. Then, during a trip to the beach, Junior’s sandcastle gets washed away by the tide.

Also available in April are “Let’s Go Luna!” volume 14; “Cyberchase” volume 15, debuting April 14; and “Sing-Along with PBS Kids” volume one, debuting April 21.

Episodes of ‘Nature Cat’ Among Content Added to PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in March

New episodes of “Odd Squad,”  “Let’s Go Luna!,” “Molly of Denali,” “Nature Cat” and “Cyberchase” are streaming on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in March.

The subscription rate for the channel is $4.99 a month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription.

Four episodes in volume 14 of “Cyberchase” began streaming March 3. Among the episode adventures, the Northern Frontier ducks are off on their annual migration, and the CyberSquad join the flock. Next, a mysterious creature is trampling through Crestwood Park, leaving visitors too scared to enter. The CyberSquad investigate, and along the way, experience the wonders of nature, learning why it’s important to leave nature as you find it. Then, something is heating up the ocean waters of Coralina, harming its lush coral reef. With the help of an action hero crab, will the CyberSquad solve this underwater mystery before it’s too late? And Jackie wins the chance of a lifetime to apprentice with the incomparable fashion designer Fabio DeZine. Jackie quickly learns it takes more than just a pretty drawing to design something with real, sustaining impact.

Four episodes in volume 13 of “Let’s Go Luna!” start streaming March 10. During the adventures, in Switzerland, Carmen breaks her favorite clock and must recall what she has learned about how clocks and watches work. And Leo loves “Swiss Cheese,” but becomes obsessed with finding out who or what is making the holes. Next, in Paris, Andy gets inspired by French movie-magic innovator George Méliès. And when Honey rides off in a helium balloon over Paris, worried Carmen and pals give chase. Then in Dubrovnik, Croatia, Andy is convinced his dad is a caveman, and Carmen is assigned the “joyful” task of cheering up her grumpy grandpa. Also in Dubrovnik, Leo, the kids and Luna use a Tesla Coil to power Fabuloso’s broken reading-light hat and a perfect storm of misunderstanding and mistaken identity lead to Andy being accidentally recruited into a folkdance troupe.

Five episodes in volume 14 of “Nature Cat” arrive on the channel March 24. In the episodes, when Nature Cat comes across petrified wood, the gang is curious as to how it formed. And the pals want to build a new clubhouse but buying new stuff hurts nature. Can the gang find a different way? Next, Squeeks doesn’t want to step down as Moss Queen. Can her old buddies create their own Moss Kingdom to get her back? And when leaf-moving machines threaten to ruin everyday life, the crew fights back. Can the small gang make a big change? Then, Nature Cat is squeamish around creepy-crawlies, but the Agents need to get to know a daddy longlegs to complete their mission. And a moon-munching monster is munching the moon. Next, the pals want their favorite sunflower to stick around a little longer, but the growing season is over. And when the gang gets lost during a treasure hunt, Nature Cat says to follow mossy trees home. But will his camping trick do the trick? Plus, it’s way too hot to complete Nature Cat’s Warrior Challenge. Can the gang find a way to cool off? And Nature Cat’s friend Screechy the screech owl is an expert at hide-and-go-screech. Can Nature Cat finally win a game with his friends’ help?

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Three episodes in volume 14 of “Molly of Denali” begin streaming March 24. In “The Qyah Ice Classic/The Great Qyah Clean Up,” spring is coming and soon the river ice will break, but when? All of Qyah is making their guesses, and the one that comes closest earns a special prize. Then, spring has sprung, and the whole village pitches in to clean up Qyah. Molly and Tooey discover a mystery piece of trash that turns out to be treasure. Next, in “Puppy Sitting/Big Dreams and Blue Skies,” while Tooey and his family are away in Japan, Trini offers to puppy-sit his newest sled dog. Then, Molly is thrilled to learn about Ellen Paneok, who inspired her mom to become a pilot. Meanwhile, in “Sticker Shock/A Song for Lola,” Tooey’s brothers won’t stop using Tooey’s stuff. To keep track of who owns what, Tooey labels everything he can. And Vera’s Lola Miranda is coming back to Qyah on a visit from the Philippines, and Vera wants to surprise her with a special song.

Finally, five episodes in volume 19 of “Odd Squad” begin streaming March 31. First, three villains team up with Bonnie Blaster and her high-powered, oddness-causing gadget. Next, Jamie Jam and Marty Marmalade join forces  to trade tips to throw off the Agents and avoid getting Scaught. Then, globetrotting villain Stu Venir is turning monuments into keychains. The Agents must uncover a pattern to predict where he will strike next. And it’s Oswald’s birthday. After running into a Party Crasher creature, there are suddenly four of him who seem identical. The Mobile Unit is called upon when a lost Baby Laser Chicken is found in the Austrian countryside, and when struck with oddness, the Odd Squad Timekeeper that keeps time for all the clocks around the world suddenly stops working. Also in this volume: Orla thought she was the only ancient Agent left, but when a distress call comes through, it’s clear that she was wrong. Ancient Agent Olando heads into the field with the Mobile Unit, and in a two-part special, the Odd Squad Mobile Unit must stop a group of villains who want to break into Headquarters to steal an artifact. Little do the Agents know, their greatest challenge will come from someone inside.

New Episodes of ‘Daniel Tiger,’ ‘Molly of Denali’ on PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in January

New episodes of “Molly of Denali,” “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” and “Alma Rivera” are streaming on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in January.

The PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription.

“Molly of Denali” vol. 12 and vol. 13 start streaming Jan. 20. Vol. 12 includes “Homemade Heroes,” where Molly creates Alaska Native superheroes, and “A Whale of a Time,” in which Molly counts endangered beluga whales in the wild. In vol. 13, Molly and her friends compete to guess when the river ice will break up in “The Qyah Ice Classic,” while in “Mystery in the Night Sky,” they have to find the source of the strange new light above Qyah. 

“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” vol. 22 also is streaming starting Jan. 20. When Daniel receives a gift from Grandpere, he wants more, but realizes he must appreciate the things he has. Then, with help from the grown-ups, Miss Elaina makes bandages that look like her skin color and the neighborhood builds a ramp so that Chrissie can climb to the top of the slide, too. Plus, Mr. Malik teaches the children about hermit crabs, Daniel and Katerina play in the snow.

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“Alma’s Way” vol. 8 begins streaming Jan. 27. Alma lands a starring role in a musical and has a playdate with Harper. When Safina hurts her arm, Alma and Rafia volunteer to help her. Plus, Alma is nervous about what to eat at Andre’s house, helps Howard with his fear of pigeons, and much more. 

Also arriving on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in January is season one of “It’s a Big Big World — On the Road,” streaming Jan. 6.

Episodes of ‘It’s a Big Big World,’ ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ Headed to PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in August

Episodes of “It’s a Big Big World” and “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” are headed to the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in August.

The subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription.

Seasons one and two of “It’s a Big Big World” start streaming Aug. 12 and Aug. 19. In the series, deep in the jungles of South America lives a giant yet child-like tree sloth lives named Snook. Snook resides in the World Tree with a whimsical group of animals as diverse and distinctive as the global community they represent. Together, they engage children by broadening their awareness of geography, ecology, geology and cultural diversity. The series is produced by Mitchell Kriegman (“Clarissa Explains it All,” “Bear and the Big Blue House”).

“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” (Photo courtesy of Fred Rogers Productions)

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“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Top 10 Favorites” and vol. 20 of the series start streaming Aug. 26 and Aug. 29. In the series, 4-year-old Daniel Tiger invites young viewers ages 2-4 into his world, giving them a kid’s-eye view of his life. The Emmy-winning animated preschool program models age-appropriate, social-emotional strategies and practical life skills for young children. The top 10 favorites will showcase 10 fan-chosen episodes from over the years — including the very first story “Daniel’s Birthday”; classics such as “The Baby Is Here” and “Daniel Visits the Doctor”; and new favorites such as “Daniel’s New Friend Max.”

Episodes of ‘Alma’s Way,’ ‘Hero Elementary’ and ‘Elinor Wonders Why’ Heading to PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in January

New episodes from “Alma’s Way,” “Hero Elementary” and “Elinor Wonders Why” are coming to the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in January. 
 
The subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. During a limited-time promotion Dec. 23-Jan. 3, the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel will be available to new subscribers for 99 cents per month for two months.

Streaming starting Jan. 14 are four episodes of “Alma’s Way.” In “Alma’s Rescue Repair/Alma Cools Off,” Alma opens a traveling repair service. Then, Howard tells Junior he can’t play water tag. Next in “Song of the Summer/Leapin’ Lizards,” Alma invites her friends to a Sonny Soto concert without asking first. Then, Alma discovers that bearded dragons aren’t so scary after she learns about them. In “Singing on the 6 Train/Safina’s Doggy Problem,” Tía Gloria can’t make it to Alma’s spring concert, so Alma brings the show to Tía Gloria. Next, Alma tries to figure out why the puppies at Papi’s animal clinic are acting differently around Safina. And in “Too Corny/Alma Tags Along,” Alma takes too much corn from the community garden and learns she should take only what she needs. Then, Mami and Junior are going to spend the day together, but Alma finds herself wanting to tag along. 

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Streaming beginning Jan. 7 are three episodes of “Hero Elementary.” In “Friends of the Forest/Chicken Hero,” the heroes learn that lots of paper is being wasted. They embark on a mission with Branchman to understand the problem and plan a solution to use less paper. Then, in “When Fur Flies/ Pumpkin Palooza,” something high in the sky is causing a trail of trouble across Citytown. Also, there’s a big surprise in store for Mr. Sparks: he’ll be receiving the “Hero Teacher of the Year” award in “Teacher of the Year/The Sweet Smell of Success.”

Streaming starting Jan. 21 are four episodes of “Elinor Wonders Why.” In “A Garden for All/Band of Explorers,” Elinor and the Exploring Club decide to go on a musical march in the forest with all their instruments so they can play a song for all the animals and creatures to hear. Next, in “A Moth Mystery/Just Peach,” the kids go out summer caroling with Señor Tapir and learn that moths are attracted to bright lights. Then in, “Butterfly Party/More Than One Right Way,” it’s Olive’s Mom’s birthday, and she loves butterflies. Olive wonders if she can get butterflies to come to her party. Then, the kids learn all about spiderwebs when Ms. Mole puts up Halloween decorations at their school. And in “Underground Soup/Dandy Dandelions,” when Elinor hurt her foot and must stay in bed for the afternoon, her friends discover what root vegetables are to make her new favorite soup.

Episodes of ‘Arthur,’ ‘Hero Elementary’ and ‘Wild Kratts’ Headed to PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in July

PBS Distribution will be adding new volumes of “Arthur” and “Hero Elementary,” along with a “Wild Kratts” special, to the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in July.

The subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription.

Due July 2 is Arthur Vol. 24. In one episode, George creates a piece of art for the country-wide art show with the help of guest artist, Kevin Sampson. Also, Arthur must learn how to control his temper after getting angry over a pair of sneakers in “George Scraps His Sculpture/Arthur’s Big Meltdown.” Then, in “The Great MacGrady,” Arthur and his friends find out that Mrs. MacGrady is diagnosed with cancer. The kids must learn how to come together to support each other.

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Starting to stream July 16 is Hero Elementary Vol. 8. In the two-part “Heroes in Space,” Sara is excited to celebrate the full moon viewing with her pals, but they notice that half the moon seems to be gone. Sparks’ Crew flies to the moon to investigate where the other half went. In “Squeak to Me/Team’s Song Theme Song,” Sparks’ Crew wants to make their own theme song. Then, when Sparks’ Crew is looking for their classmates in “Search and Rescue/Secret Lives of Teachers,” the kids are shocked to see their teacher on the weekend outside of school. What happens when a toy train display featuring a model replica of City Town is ruined is explored in “Back on Track/Switcheroo-er.”

Coming July 13 is Wild Kratts: Cats and Dogs. In the special, while on the African savanna, Chris Kratt and Martin Kratt observe lots of wild cats and dogs interacting with each other. Soon, Wild Kratts kids are calling in from all over to ask about these wild animals and whether they’re like their own pets. Zach, who has been secretly listening to all the questions, comes up with a scheme to capture and sell these creatures as “special” pets. The brothers, plus Aviva, Koki, and Jimmy, race to save the wild cats and dogs and protect them so they can live free and in the wild.

Also coming to the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in July are Let’s Go Luna Vol. 8 and Nature Cat: Ocean Commotion.

PBS Kids Channel Available on Samsung TV Plus

The PBS Kids channel has been added to Samsung TV Plus and is available for free on tens of millions of Samsung smart TVs across the country.

It joins eight other free kids’ channels on Samsung TV Plus.

PBS Kids includes such shows as “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” “Wild Kratts” and “Odd Squad.”

Other family friendly channels on Samsung TV Plus include The Lego Channel, Moonbug Kids and KiDoodle.TV. The Samsung TV Plus platform includes more than 160 free channels of movies, news, sports and more.

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