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Curious aliens get to experience everyday life for a typical suburban family in this CGI-animated series that takes place in a real house. The aliens, who are each 4 inches tall, are observing Earth as part of their first mission away from their home planet, Floog, which means everything they experience is new to the pint-sized Floogals. Even a simple task like using a toothbrush takes a lot of ingenuity for the aliens to figure out. They must keep their true identities a secret when they are discovered by an 8-year-old fan of science fiction, who thinks their spaceship -- which landed in a yard-sale box -- is a toy that he hangs in his room alongside other toy spacecraft and stars. Each day the Floogals surreptitiously explore the household to find out about the peculiar behavior of the "hoomans" and their belongings as part of their mission. By the end of each episode, they compile a report about their latest findings, which they send back to Floog.
A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.
Fun-loving jet plane Jett delivers packages to children around the world in this animated series. Jett teams up with the Super Wings, a group of airplanes that can transform into robots, to tackle new challenges and work through issues that teach problem-solving skills and the importance of cultural diversity. The Super Wings crew includes mission director Jimbo, rescue copter Dizy, gadget guru Donnie and expert navigator Jerome -- an important part of the group because the planes travel to 52 cities in 45 countries on their adventures, requiring someone who is able to help navigate.
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.
"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.
Young cats Ollie and Moon have an appetite for adventure. While they're best friends, they have different personality types. Moon is the more adventurous of the two, and Ollie tends to err on the side of caution more often than not. When the cheery Moon gets an idea, she often drags Ollie with her on an expedition around the world. Along the way, they teach viewers about the benefits of unlikely friendships and global citizenship. The live-action/animated series is based on a series of books by Emmy-winning artist Diane Kredensor ("Pinky & the Brain").
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."
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.
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.
There's always a chance to experience new things when you're a child, especially one with a vivid imagination. Such is the case with 6-year-old Nina and her best friend, Star. The pals have fun adventures around Nina's vibrant, colorful neighborhood. Every day features a new excursion for the youngsters, usually celebrating family, community, diversity or wonder. The show features the voice talent of actress Rita Moreno, one of a small group of performers to have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony.
Living in the jungle can be dangerous for animals, which are often subjected to threats and other dangers. There's a group of creatures ready to defend those in trouble. That group -- known as the Jungle Bunch -- is led by tiger warrior Maurice, a great hunter who has taken his adopted son, Junior, under his wing to teach some hunting tricks to the younger tiger. Other members of the group include gorilla Miguel, brainy tarsier Gilbert, big-hearted bat Batricia, and inseparable toads Al and Bob.
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.
Youngsters often see things from a different point of view than adults, as is the case for fun-loving twins Topsy and Tim. The series shows what family life is like from their viewpoint, often focusing on ordinary events like washing the car with dad or learning to ride a bike with mom. Adventurous Topsy and playful Tim share a special bond that shines through as they go on their adventures. "Topsy and Tim" is based on a series of books by Jean and Gareth Adamson that was first turned into a TV show with an animated series in the 1980s.
Teams of craft-loving kids interpret unique challenges and exercise their creativity in competitions.
"Beat the Clock" -- a classic 1950s game show -- is back with a whole new version. Kids team up with relatives, like their parents, grandparents and others, to race against competitors. Contestants race against time in new and entertaining stunts to win prizes, and they use skill strategy and teamwork -- and maybe just a bit of luck -- to win. The winners get the chance to play for a grand prize by facing The Big Clock. "Beat the Clock" is hosted by Paul Costabile.
On a visit to his family's village in China, 9-year-old Kody learns that he is next in line to become the defender of the village. Kody works alongside his grandfather Master Li, detective cousin Mei, and the timid tiger Goji to ensure the protection of his home. Kody's arch nemesis, Mogo Monkey No Go, and his monkey minions cause plenty of chaos and terrorize the village at every chance they get. Luckily, Kody has a super secret weapon named the Sapphire Dragon, which allows them to Kapower up.
Kid cooks compete in the same challenges that "Top Chef" fans have come to know and love.
Two teams -- one orange, one green -- each with two kids compete in challenges that test their skill, speed and sounds. Each team is given a mindless task in which the ultimate goal is to refrain from making too much noise. The progress of their noisemaking is recorded on the Noise-O-Meter, and they are awarded points based on this. If the Noise-O-Meter reaches the top, the challenge is deemed a forfeit and no points are awarded. There are three rounds, each having a different challenge in which both teams take a turn at performing the exact same task. Rounds one and two see individuals facing each other, while the third round is team based. The team with the most points at the end gets a chance at winning five prizes plus a $5,000 cash prize.
The hosts of "Officially Amazing" pursue amazing feats of skill. In this pursuit, the presenters find themselves participating in some ridiculous challenges ranging from the largest collection of rubber ducks and fastest time to enter a suitcase to the fastest time to cram in a box. These feats include a wide variety of people and even includes animals doing extraordinary things. The program takes place in front of a live audience of 100 kids who then vote on the outcome of every record attempt. Guinness World Records adjudicators Mark McKinley and Shantha Chinniah are on hand to ensure each attempt is official. Hosted by Ben Shires, Al Jackson, and Haruka Karoda.
Singing, dancing and learning with The Wiggles featuring new and classic songs.
Lily creates a world of adventure and friendship from treasures she finds washed up on the beach.