‘Molly of Denali’ Episodes and ‘Sid the Science Kid’ Movie Among Titles Coming to PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in December

New volumes of “Molly of Denali,” “Let’s Go Luna” and “Pinkalicious & Peterrific,” as well as a “Sid the Science Kid” movie, will be coming to the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in December.

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Volume six of “Let’s Go Luna” debuts Dec. 4. In four new episodes, Luna continues traveling the globe with her group of friends from Juneau, Alaska, to Barcelona, and the group learn many life lessons along the way. In the episode “Nature Calls/Story Story,” Leo is nervous about wild animals wandering around Juneau, but he realizes animals need their own space and that we must all learn to live together. Then, Carmen wants to find a book to share with her mom, and during the process learns to appreciate the tradition of Native Alaskan spoken-word storytelling. In “More Than All That Jazz/Swamp Pals,” Carmen discovers that the joy of music doesn’t just come from fancy instruments. In “Lost and Found/Time of Goodbye,” Señor Fabuloso has lost his creativity and searches for it in his hometown of Barcelona.

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In volume seven of “Molly of Denali,” coming Dec. 11, kids join the curious Molly Mabray and her friends on adventures around Alaska learning about traditional Alaska Native values along the way in five new episodes. Auntie Midge loves to emcee the Spring Carnival, but a hurt hip takes her out of commission, so Molly and Tooey work to figure out a way that will allow her to get around in the snow in “Spring Carnival/Tooey’s Hole-i-day Sweater.” Molly and Tooey try to fix a hand-me-down Christmas sweater knit by Tooey’s Grandma before she arrives for the holidays. Then, in “King Run/The Native Youth Olympics,” it’s salmon season and the first order of business at fish camp is to help Grandpa Nat fix the broken fish wheel.

In Sid the Science Kid: The Movie, due Dec. 17, Sid and his pal Gabriela have won a contest to explore the brand new Super Ultimate Science Museum. However, while they’re on their tour, Bobbybot, the state-of-the-art robotic tour guide of the future, completely malfunctions. Then, it’s up to Sid and Gabriela, along with the other winners, YangYang and NiuNiu from China, to fix Bobbybot and save the museum.

Four episodes of “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” come out Dec. 18. In volume nine of the series, the Pinkertons are shocked to find their house is suddenly swarming with Flutterbugs and everyone is wondering what could possibly be drawing them into their home in “Invasion of the Flutterbugs/Ballet of the Bells.” Then, Pinkalicious and Peterrific are thrilled to meet a real-life pirate in “Treasure Hunt/Cheer Up, Archie” and the three of them join hands to search for a long-lost buried treasure. Plus, Pinkalicious decides to create polka dot art and Lila learns that her new glasses aren’t anything to be embarrassed about in “PinkaPolka Dotty/Lila Gets Glasses.”

New Episodes From ‘Arthur,’ ‘Nature Cat,’ ‘Xaxier Riddle’ Coming in November on PBS Kids Prime Video Channel

PBS Distribution in November will feature programming from “Arthur,” “Xavier Riddle and The Secret Museum,” “Elinor Wonders Why,” “Cyberchase” and “Nature Cat” on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel.

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

Arthur: An Arthur Thanksgiving bows Nov. 17. In this new film, 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.” In this movie, family, friends, and the rest of Elwood City will try to get Pal home, and hopefully D.W. and Aunt Minnie will be able to joyously celebrate the holiday together.

“Cyberchase Vol. 12” debuts Nov. 6. Digit’s friend Ren is excited to plan a Valentine’s Day party at his favorite garden but discovers that the garden isn’t available. He and the CyberSquad must find a Plan B in “A Garden Grows in Botlyn.” Then, Digit’s cousin Brigit is in a bind. Her flowering cactus plants are not bearing any apple cactus fruit. According to her chart, the bats she needs to pollinate the flowers are missing. The Earth kids lead a search party in “Missing Bats in Sensible Flats.” Plus, Buzz and Delete surprise their boss Hacker with a blissful day at a spa in “Water Woes,” but when the water supply suddenly stops flowing, Hacker and the other patrons are left out to dry. Then, trouble is brewing beneath Serene Greens, the cybersite greenery. Hapo the earthworm needs help underground, and the CyberSquad must figure out what is happening to their small friend’s home in “Soil Turmoil.”

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“Nature Cat Vol. 10” is coming Nov. 13. Nature Cat and his pals want to take their lava game to a whole new level for the amateur volcanologist club in “Tally Ho! A Volcano!/No Rest For The Squeeky.” The only problem is that for their plan to work, they will need to find an active volcano. Then, Squeeks thinks she will be able to spend her whole night skateboarding, doing karate, and yodeling instead of sleeping. In “Amber Rocks/The Big Stink,” Daisy collects garbage at the beach and finds an orange nugget among the rocks. Could the little nugget be a piece of amber? Plus, Squeeks stumbles upon a patch of mysterious looking mushrooms in Ronald’s backyard, and Nature Cat and his pals celebrate midsummer — a magical time to celebrate the growing season with all the new life that it brings, in “A Magical Mushroom Mystery Tour/A Midsummer’s Day Dream.”

“Xavier Riddle and The Secret Museum, Volume 5” debuts Nov. 20. Xavier Riddle, his sister Yadina, and their friend Brad travel back in time via the Secret Museum to learn how to solve their everyday problems by learning lessons from real-life inspirational figures, when they were still kids. Each adventure helps children ages 4 to 7 make connections between the character skills that made these historical figures into heroes and those same qualities within themselves.

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“Elinor Wonders Why Vol. 4” comes out Nov. 27. Elinor and her friends have more fun curious adventures in this new volume of episodes. While walking through the forest, Elinor and friends come across a stream and decide to make a stone walkway to cross it in “Water You Doing?/Thinking About Blinking.” Then, Ari is crowned the blinking champion after winning a bunch of intense staring contests at school. In “Follow That Roly Poly/Rain, Rain Don’t Go Away,” the Exploring Club searches for somewhere super cool to explore when they find a Roly Poly that leads them on their next adventure: discovering bugs under a log. Also, when the kids’ fun gets cut short by weather, they start to wonder why it needs to rain at all. In “Make Music Naturally/Light The Way,” the kids learn that Señor Tapir is putting on a concert. They want to participate, but don’t have any instruments. Then, the kids are camping out, but after Elinor’s Dad falls asleep, they must find a way to communicate quietly. Plus, the pals wonder why people sneeze, and they play in a big soccer game in “These Sneezes/Ari’s Lucky Shirt.”

‘Hero Elementary’ Premiering on PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in June

PBS Distribution in June is premiering the new PBS Kids program “Hero Elementary” on the PBS KIDS Prime Video Channel.

The first volume is available now, with the second due June 19.

In the series, viewers learn about science through a group of students attending a school for superheroes led by their quirky teacher, Mr. Sparks. The team works together to solve problems and help make the world a better place.

In volume one, they chase a giant ball through Citytown in “With a Little Push/Track that Pack!” To save the day, the team uses hands-on investigation and learns that pushing an object can start or stop its movement. The crew also reunites a young bird with its parents, rescues a kitten that’s on the loose, and investigates why decorations at a young girl’s birthday party are suddenly whisked away, among other adventures.

In volume two, the heroes can’t find Fur Blur in “Where’s the Fur Blur/The Blob,” so they use their five senses to track her throughout the school. Then, a bird takes AJ’s twig-cam and flies off with it while sending footage of its flight in “All Over the Map/Lights go Down in Citytown.” Plus, the crew looks forward to seeing a meteor shower, learns how to recognize the signs of changing weather, and more.

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Also available on the channel in June is the fifth installment of “Let’s Go Luna!” Andy is asked to help make a simple repair to the stairs of the family trailer in “Stairway to Art Day/Melvini Madness,” and in the process, he learns all about making great art in modest places. Then, Andy helps make a Rio Carnival float. Plus, Carmen volunteers to play the accordion for a friend in “The Big Squeeze/Meet the Presses,” and Leo becomes a reluctant caregiver of an orphaned baby elephant in “Me and My Elephant/Mukandi’s Farm.”