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Now available in a shortened, 30-minute format, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program that is enjoyed by both children and adults. A PBS staple for more than 40 years, the classic series features a large cast of characters who teach young children numbers, colors, the alphabet and concepts. Big Bird, Bert & Ernie, Oscar the Grouch, and Grover are a few of the characters involved in this program, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.
The next generation of "American Ninja Warrior" begins, as some of the show's biggest fans now get an opportunity to compete for the chance to be named American Ninja Warrior junior champion. Over the course of 20 weeks, 192 young competitors travel to Los Angeles from all over the country to square off in three separate age group brackets (9 and 10, 11 and 12, 13 and 14) until only one is left standing in each bracket. "American Ninja Warrior" co-hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila return to provide play-by-play commentary, along with a new co-host, gold-winning Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez. Joining them will be all-star ninjas, including Drew Drechsel, Meagan Martin, Najee Richardson, Barclay Stockett, Kevin Bull, and Natalie Duran, who will act as mentors for all of the junior ninjas.
Kid cooks compete in the same challenges that "Top Chef" fans have come to know and love.
Created by John de Mol, this televised talent show is the junior version of "The Voice" and part of `The Voice Kids' worldwide franchise. Emma Willis presents as children aged seven to 14 take to the stage to perform in front of a crowd of thousands, hoping to win the grand prize of cash and a family holiday. With `The Voice UK' judge will.i.am, singer-songwriter Pixie Lott and McFly's Danny Jones as the judges, the young contestants give it all they've got from the blind auditions all the way to the live final.
Barney, America's favorite purple dinosaur, and his young friends share adventures featuring songs, dances and games that make learning fun. Barney and his dino-pals, Baby Bop, BJ and Riff are joined by a cast of children. The series focuses on caring, sharing and learning.
The famous cat protects the city of San Lorenzo, a mythical land invisible to the outside world.
Aimed at the toddler and pre-school set, "Caillou" is an educational show that stars the 4-year-old title character (pronounced KY-YOO), who lives with his mother, father and sister in a blue house on Pine Street. Caillou has invisible friends, learns how to play sports and explores nature. Friendly and curious, Caillou discovers as much fun and wonder as any kid can imagine. In addition to the animated segments featuring Caillou's adventures, the show also features puppet skits and videos of children in real-life situations.
King Julien XII is a cowardly ring-tailed lemur who forces his kingdom into silence to avoid being attack by the foosa. However, Masikura foretells that King Julien XII will be eaten by the foosa and so he hands down his kingship to his nephew, King Julien XIII. The new king turns out to be a notorious party animal and very selfish, events lead to the new King Julien getting into trouble with his adviser, Maurice, head of security Clover, and Mort. When his uncle returns to reclaim his throne, King Julien XIII must put a stop to it to hang on to his kingdom.
Hiccup and his dragon, Toothless, have graduated from experienced riders to confident defenders along with the rest of their group. Now they face a surprising enemy, rare dragons and exciting adventures in their defense of the Viking island of Berk. The kids develop their new dragon knowledge and flying skills and form a secret Dragons Fight Club in order to battle familiar foes and an unforeseen villain that emerges. Through it all, the group learns the important lesson of not taking one's dragon for granted.
An update of the classic 1980s kids' cartoon finds bumbling bionic Inspector Gadget back on the beat, lured out of retirement to save the day. He's on the trail of the evil Dr. Claw, who has reactivated his global crime syndicate MAD. As always, the gullible gumshoe at first manages to make things worse, leaving a path of destruction in his investigative wake. Ably assisting Gadget is his confident niece, Penny, and her trusty dog, Brain, a master of disguise. Now an agent in training, Penny uses her intelligence, martial arts and high-tech gear to keep her clumsy uncle safe from harm. But it won't be easy -- Penny must ward off the advances of the handsome Talon, Dr. Claw's nephew.
Interior designer Claire and carpenter JBJ transform the lives of two siblings who share a bedroom by designing them unforgettable dream rooms of their very own.
Viewers can expect the unexpected as YouTube stars use illusions, sleight of hand and much more to get out of sticky situations.
A camping trip to mysterious Mako Island turns out to be much more than that for outdoorsy teen Zac. Unknown to him, the island is actually the domain of a pod of mermaids, three of whom -- Sirena, Nixie and Lyla -- should be guarding the Moon Pool. But they neglect their duties, and Zac falls in. The waters of the pool endow Zac with special powers, allowing him to transform into a merman when he comes into contact with water and forcing the mermaid pod to leave the waters around the island. Not all of them leave, however; the three transgressors are cast out of the pod and left behind. To rejoin their community, the girls must somehow travel on land and retrieve Zac's new powers. If they fail, they'll remain outcasts forever. Zac enjoys his newfound abilities, and the girls are sympathetic. What's a mermaid to do?
In the second season of the "Dino Dan" franchise, younger brother Trek joins the fun with Dan when he gains the ability to see the dinosaurs as well, allowing him to find out what Dan already knows -- dinosaurs are everywhere. Like his brother, 10-year-old Trek is obsessed with the creatures -- he eats, sleeps and breathes dinosaurs. Trek joins Dan and a new group of friends on adventures to find out about their favorite prehistoric creatures, including new dinos that include the albertosaurus and the microraptor.
Littlefoot, Ruby, Cera, Ducky and Chomper explore their world in the Great Valley and the Mysterious Beyond. The dinosaurs from "The Land Before Time" venture through meadows, from caves to canyons, and even have a spooky nighttime journey. This series is based on the theatrical film of the same name.
A close-knit family of cheerfully chaotic monsters runs the Furchester Hotel, an almost world-class facility. Owner Funella Furchester greets guests as they arrive, alongside husband Furgus Fuzz and daughter Phoebe. Joining the family at the Furchester are Phoebe's cousin Elmo, who is there for an extended visit, and Cookie Monster, who is working his dream job as a waiter, serving guests with room service and in the dining room. They all come together to solve problems in an attempt to keep their guests happy, an attitude that is in line with the family's motto: "A Furchester never gives up."
"Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave" is a show, set up in a game-show format, that follows the three title characters -- a dog, a bird and a bear, respectively -- as they go on adventures, during which they must make choices. The questions the animated characters face help them decide what to do and how to better understand the world around them. Viewers are able to join in the fun by answering the multiple-choice questions, with Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave serving as the three possible answers to each query and game.
Prepare to soar with the animated series "Space Racers." Following the adventures of the Stardust Space Academy cadets, the series focuses on scientific exploration and investigation along with the importance of cooperation. With fun and engaging characters like Eagle, the leader of the Space Racers, and Hawk, the big spaceship with an even bigger heart, "Space Racers" aims to excite children about the wonders of the solar system, as cadets use their skills and work as a team in accomplishing missions.
Young, tech-savvy Dot is a true child of the 21st century -- she is well-versed in technology and has a strong curiosity and thirst for knowledge. She uses electronic devices to help her learn, create and explore, but she always makes sure to unplug and enjoy quality time with friends, family and pet dog Scratch. She explores the world and goes on adventures with her buds, including best friend Hal, and pooch to satisfy her curiosity and find out more about what goes on around her. Dot gets her passion for technology from her techie mother, who develops apps, while her father is more old-school with a love for woodworking and would rather enjoy the simple things in life than be tethered to electronics. The animated series is based on a children's book written by technology advocate Randi Zuckerberg, who calls the titular character "relatable" and says she is "that friend we all have who is energetic, adventurous and imaginative."
Popular Chica ("The Sunny Side Up Show") gets her own show in this live-action/animation hybrid that promotes social-emotional development in preschoolers. Chica helps her mom and dad in the Costume Coop, a playful shop filled with whimsical costumes, and when the shop closes, she and her friends transform into animated characters and go on adventures that teach kids lessons, including one on an underwater adventure that teaches about cleanup time and another on a voyage with Vikings that explains why manners are important. Chica's buddies include best friend Kelly, huggable rag doll Stiches and pet rabbit Bunji.
In this series, young Noddy becomes a detective as he and his friends set out to solve mysteries in Toyland. Whenever something is amiss in the colorful land, Noddy and best friends Bumpy Dog and Revs get on the case to find out what is going on and how they can make things right. Noddy uses his investigation kit and WhoWhatWhere tablet to help the gang solve the mysteries. The CGI series features the character that originally appeared in Enid Blyton's children books beginning in 1949.