New Volumes of ‘Pinkalicious & Peterrific’ and ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ Headed to PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in September

New volumes of “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” and “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” are available on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in September.

The subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. Viewers can also stream full episodes of shows for free on PBS Kids.

Four episodes in vol. 13 of “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” start streaming Sept. 30. The animated series follows Pinkalicious Pinkerton and her brother Peter as they explore Pinkville and imagine creative possibilities everywhere they look. “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” encourages children ages 3-5 to engage in self-expression and creative arts, covering areas such as music, dance, theater and visual arts. In “Walking Tall,” one of the episodes featured in vol. 13, Pinkalicious and Peter’s babysitter teaches the kids how to walk on stilts.

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Four episodes in vol. 21 of “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” are streaming now. 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 is in its 10th year on PBS Kids and models age-appropriate life lessons and practical skills for young children.  Vol. 21 includes episodes from the new sixth season, including “Jodi Tries Ballet,” which showcases Daniel and his friends learning to dance ballet.

Also, a special back-to-school-themed carousel has launched on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel featuring back-to-school-themed programs. In “Arthur: Arthur’s First Day,” viewers experience his first day of fourth grade. In “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Daniel Goes to School,” Daniel experiences all the excitement of going to school. In “Hero Elementary: First Day of School,” the heroes meets each other for the very first time. In “Pinkalicious & Peterrific: School Rules!,” Pinkalicious is chosen to sing a solo in the class concert. In “Super Why! Super School Stories,” viewers join Whyatt and his friends as they use their superpowers to teach spelling and vocabulary. Also available are “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Welcome to School” and “PBS Kids: Love Math & Science.”

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.”

New Episodes of ‘Odd Squad,’ ‘Alma’s Way’ Among Titles Streaming on PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in July

New volumes of “Odd Squad,” “Alma’s Way,” “Molly of Denali,” “Cyberchase” and “Nature Cat” will be added 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. Viewers can also stream full episodes of shows for free on PBS Kids.

Four episodes in Volume 18 of “Odd Squad” start streaming July 8. The live-action series is about a high-tech agency run by kids who investigate unusual phenomena and use math to set things right. Each assignment helps kids 5 to 8 build math, problem-solving and collaboration skills. 

Four episodes in Volume 6 of “Alma’s Way” start streaming July 19. Aimed at viewers ages 4 to 6, the series follows 6-year-old Alma Rivera, a proud, confident Puerto Rican girl who lives in the Bronx with her parents, younger brother Junior and Abuelo, as well as a diverse group of close-knit friends, family and community members. Each episode models self-awareness, responsible decision-making and empathy, while encouraging kids to generate and value their own ideas and questions.

Four episodes in Volume 11 of “Molly of Denali” debut July 22. In the series, kids meet Molly Mabray, a curious Alaska Native girl. Molly helps her parents run the Denali Trading Post in the fictional village of Qyah, Alaska. Each episode helps children ages 4 to 8 learn how to use informational texts to solve problems.

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Five episodes in Volume 13 of “Cyberchase” start streaming July 22. In the series, three earth kids go on epic adventures to stop Hacker and save Cyberspace using brain power. Empowering kids ages 6 to 8 to be creative problem solvers, the series builds viewers’ math and environmental literacy skills.  

Five episodes in Volume 13 of “Nature Cat” debuts July 29. The series investigates and explores nature with the help of his animal friends while encouraging children ages 3 to 8 to get outside, connect with the natural world and understand the need for environmental conservation. 

Episodes of ‘Alma’s Way’ Among Titles on PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in May

New episodes of “Alma’s Way,” “Let’s Go Luna” and “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” are on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in May.
 
The subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. 

Four episodes of “Alma’s Way” are streaming now in volume five of the series. In “Do the Waltzango/Big Brother Boot camp,” Eddie and Becka can’t agree on what kind of dance to do together, so Alma helps the pair create a brand-new, mash-up dance. Then, in “Checkers Champ/World’s Greatest,” André gets nervous about playing against grownups in a checkers tournament. Luckily, Coach Alma is there to help. In “Granny on the Go/Chacho’s Day Out,” Alma and Junior take Chacho to the playground, and in “Steggie Rescue/Alma Hits the Right Note,” Alma, Eddie, and Junior play a late-night game with Steggie at a sleepover.

Four episodes of “Let’s Go Luna” also are streaming now in volume 10 of the series. In “Give Me a Sign/Hip Life,” the gang visits Kumasi, Ghana, where Andy helps a friend celebrate his true artistic self by painting a new barber shop sign for his father. Then, in “Muddy Miracle/Fabuloso’s New Clothes,” Andy destroys Señor Fabuloso’s suit by mistake and must make things right before the Circo show in Kumasi. In “What a T-Wreck!/Way of the Gaucho,” disaster strikes when Andy helps a paleontologist assemble a dinosaur skeleton in Argentina.  Plus, in “Beetlemania/Robo Kid,”  Andy helps a lost pet find its owner in the huge city of Tokyo.

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Five episodes in volume 12 of “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” start streaming May 20. In “Fishtastic/The Pink Ness Monster,” Pinkalicious and Peter are excited to go fishing at the beach. Pinkalicious realizes that there is more to being a magni-fish-cent fish besides the color of your scales. Then, in “The Secret Life of Henrietta/Photographer Peter,” Daddy agrees to let Pinkalicious and Peter borrow his old polaroid camera. In “Friendship Bracelets/The Upside Down O Matic,” Pinkalicious and Jasmine make each other friendship bracelets. In “Robotta’s Singing Delivery Service/The Rhyme Off,” Robotta responds to a command, and Pinkalicious and Peter get an idea to set up their own delivery service. Then, in “Pirate Dreamboat/Peter’s Megaphone,”  Captain Toothy McSquint returns and is amazed that Pinkalicious and Peter have found his long lost pirate ship.

New Episodes of ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ Among Titles Available on PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in April

New episodes of “Elinor Wonders Why,” “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” and “Molly of Denali” are available on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in April.

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

Six new episodes of “Elinor Wonders Why” will be added to the PBS Kids Prime Video channel April 22, along with an hour-long special Elinor Wonders Why: A Wonderful Journey hitting the channel April 19. In A Wonderful Journey, the gang goes camping at Hidden Lake, where they meet an inventor named Bianca and find a way to help frogs that are being affected by a nearby road project. 

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Five new episodes of  “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” will hit the channel April 15. In the new volume, Daniel and Katerina come up with a new way to play together in “Daniel and Katerina Listen to Each Other.”

Nine new episodes of “Molly of Denali” will also launch on the channel April 12. In a special two-part episode “Basketball Blues,” Molly is in a basketball shooting slump, and Tooey and Alaskan basketball star Kamaka Hepa try to help her out.

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.

New Volumes of ‘Let’s Go Luna’ and ‘Nature Cat’ Heading to PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in December

New volumes of “Let’s Go Luna” and “Nature Cat” are coming to the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in December. 
 
The subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. For three days only (Dec. 13-15) Amazon Prime members will be able to subscribe to the channel for half the price for six months.

Let’s Go Luna Vol. 9, consisting of five episodes, starts streaming Dec. 3. The series follows the adventures of three friends — Leo, a wombat from Australia; Carmen, a butterfly from Mexico; and Andy, a frog from the United States — as they traverse the globe, from Reykjavik, Iceland, to Boston, Mass. In “Big Little Trouble/Leo the Viking,” the Circo accidentally pitches their tent right over a community of Huldufolk in Reykjavik, Iceland, and as a result, a local acrobat will not be able perform. Then in “Old School/Yankee Doodle Andy,” Leo wants to attend school at a traditional institution in Boston because he is sure he will learn more there than at the Circo school. Also, Andy learns the history of the Fourth of July and uses the knowledge to inspire changes at school.

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Nature Cat Vol. 11, consisting of three episodes,  starts streaming Dec. 10. In “Niagara Falls/Nature Plant,” viewers see what’s on Nature Cat’s bucket list, which includes visiting Niagara Falls, one of the most famous waterfalls in the world. Then, in “Under Pressure/Rainy Day,” Nature Cat and the crew are ready to go outside and play, but it’s pouring rain. In “The Grand Mystery of the Grand Canyon/The Strongest Show on Earth,” Nature Cat and the gang are off on a nature walk to a park. But this isn’t a regular park — it’s the Grand Canyon.

PBS Bows Discount Deal on PBS Kids, PBS Documentaries and PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channels

PBS Distribution has announced an early Black Friday through Cyber Monday deal for the PBS Masterpiece, PBS Documentaries, and PBS Kids Prime Video Channels. Each channel will be available to new subscribers at a subscription rate of 99 cents per month for two months beginning Nov. 23 and running through Nov. 29.

The standard subscription rate for the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel is $5.99 per month with an Amazon Prime membership. The standard subscription rate for the PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel is $3.99 per month with an Amazon Prime membership. The standard subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime membership.

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The PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel offers British and international dramas such as “Masterpiece: All Creatures Great and Small” and “Masterpiece: Sanditon,” mystery-thriller series such as “Professor T,” and “Masterpiece: Miss Scarlet and The Duke,” as well as award-winning series from around the globe through “Walter Presents.” On the PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel, viewers can stream the entire library of Ken Burns programs, including the new “Muhammad Ali” docuseries. Also available, Frontline’s “A Thousand Cuts” featuring Nobel Peace Prize-winning journalist Maria Ressa as well as films from “American Masters,” “Independent Lens,” “Nature” and “Nova.” On the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel, viewers can explore more than 1,400 hours of learning adventures for kids and watch PBS Kids series such as the newly launched series from Sesame Street’s Sonia Manzano, “Alma’s Way.” Other series include “Donkey Hodie,” “Wild Kratts,” “Arthur,” “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” “Odd Squad,” “Hero Elementary,” “Elinor Wonders Why,” and the Peabody award winning series “Molly of Denali,” among others.

Holiday-Themed Programs Hitting PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in November

Holiday-themed programs will be curated in a special section of the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in November.

The festive season kicks off with a Thanksgiving special from “Arthur” and Christmas movies from “Nature Cat” and “Wild Kratts.” Compilations featuring PBS Kids characters will also be available in the collection, including stories about winter fun, Hannukah traditions, and Christmas celebrations in Spanish.

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

Nature Cat: A Nature Carol is available Nov. 19. Viewers join Nature Cat and his pals for an hour-long Christmas movie. In this homage to A Christmas Carol, Nature Cat is bursting with what he thinks is “Christmas Spirit,” and wants to celebrate with lots of presents for himself, and by decorating the woods with bright lights and loud festive music for everyone. Daisy, Hal and Squeeks are upset, because Nature Cat’s desire to celebrate Christmas in a big way is causing problems with their friendship, as well as bothering all of the animals in the woods. It’s not until Nature Cat is visited by three Christmas Spirits that he finally sees the true meaning of Christmas.

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Also due Nov. 19 is Wild Kratts: A Creature Christmas. In this one-hour special, it’s Christmas time and the Wild Kratts are taking a break from creature adventuring to celebrate. They are just beginning to open their presents when the Wild Kratts Alarm sounds. The villains Zach Varmitech, Gaston Gourmand and Donita Donata are kidnapping all the baby animals to turn them into Christmas ornaments. Christmas will have to wait as the Wild Kratts spring into action to save their friends and get them home for Christmas.

Also on Nov. 19 comes the four-episode PBS Kids: Celebrate Hanukkah. When Albert Einstein has Peg and Cat over on Hanukkah, he shows them how to make a 2D piece of paper into a dreidel in “Flat Woman Problem/The Hanukkah Problem.” Then, Francine’s sharp-tongued grandma Bubba is the star of an “Arthur” episode all about family traditions in “Is That Kosher?/Never Never Never.” Finally, jump into a “Super Why!” story with the Super Readers to learn more about the holiday in “Judith’s Happy Chanukah!”

Finally on Nov. 19 comes the four-episode PBS Kids: Felices Fiestas!. Viewers join Daniel, Peg and her sidekick Cat, alien Jet Propulsion, and superhero WordGirl as they celebrate the holidays. Daniel and his friends go sledding, Jet searches to define the spirit of Christmas, and more.

Arthur: An Arthur Thanksgiving is available Nov. 26. In the five-episode collection, Arthur and his family are getting ready for Thanksgiving. But, when Pal disappears to go on his own adventure, Arthur puts his plans on hold to search for him. Meanwhile, D.W. starts to think that Aunt Minnie might be more of an Aunt “Meanie.” Can family, friends and the rest of Elwood City get Pal home and help D.W. and Aunt Minnie celebrate the best Thanksgiving yet?

Also due Nov. 26 is the five-episode PBS Kids: More Snowy Stories with characters from “Elinor Wonders Why,” “Hero Elementary,” “Molly of Denali,” “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” and “Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum.” Pinkalicious and her brother Peter build a pink-mazing gingerbread house that attracts a holiday fairy in “Gingerbread House/Christmas Tree Trouble.” Elinor and her pals build a giant snow friend in “Leave it to Ari/Snow Friend.”

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Other titles coming to the holiday carousel are Arthur’s Perfect Christmas, Caillou: Let’s Go Sledding!, Let’s Go Luna: Christmas Around the World, PBS Kids: Happy Holidays, PBS Kids: Snowy Stories and PBS Kids: Winter Wonderland.

New Volumes of ‘Donkey Hodie,’ ‘Dinosaur Train’ and ‘Odd Squad’ Available in August on PBS Kids Prime Video Channel

New volumes of “Donkey Hodie,” “Dinosaur Train and “Odd Squad” are available in August on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel.

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

In vol. four of “Donkey Hodie,” Donkey is excited to direct a show starring all her pals, but when she needs to become an actor in the show, she must come to terms with letting Panda be the new leader, in “The Cow and Potato Bug Opera.” Then, in “Golden Crunchdoodles,” Donkey and Panda discover a golden rainbow outside after a storm. Will they find a mythical bowl of cereal at the end? Plus, Bob Dog is nervous about his graduation in “Good Dog School,” and Donkey and Panda find a yodel bird egg with no mama in sight in “Yodel Bird Egg.”

In vol. 11 of “Dinosaur Train,” the Pteranodon Family has raced on land a few times — and even raced in the air against Thurston Troodon — but for the first time they are going to race in the water. Then, the kids happen upon the giant bullfrog Benny Beelzebufo, who they once visited on his home river. Plus, Dad’s old friend comes to visit, and Shiny cheers Tiny up.

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In “Odd Squad Vol. 16,” due Aug. 27, the evil Confetti Betty strikes the Odd Squad Headquarters in the Arctic, so the Mobile Unit must return to help Opal and Omar’s old squad. Then, in “The Weight of the World Depends on Orla,” Orla shares a story of how she was chosen to protect the 44-leaf clover. Plus, Oswald goes undercover to enter a villain warehouse run by robots in “Oswald in the Machine/The B-Team,” and the Mobile Unit heads to Australia to stop The Shadow from causing worldwide oddness.

Also coming to the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel this August is “Alaska: Hero’s Journey,” from “Wild Kratts.”

In addition, in preparation for kids going back to school, PBS Distribution has launched a special carousel on its PBS Kids Prime Video Channel featuring episodes devoted to school-related topics from select PBS Kids series, including “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” “Arthur,” “Hero Elementary,” “Super Why!” and “Pinkalicious & Peterrific.” The back-to-school episodes tackle multiple school-related topics, such as how to handle the first day of school, meeting new people, following the rules, and learning.