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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.
The famous cat protects the city of San Lorenzo, a mythical land invisible to the outside world.
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.
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.
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.
Mike, a refined and sophisticated pug, is forced to defend his home from critters, including raccoons, turtles and Fluffy the Cat, at the worst possible times.
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.
The further adventures of Hiccup and his friends on the Island of Berk.
In this series that combines live action with CGI animation, preschoolers are invited to join paleontologist-in-training Dan Henderson and his friends on a journey to an adventure-filled modern-day world where dinosaurs roam freely. There, they uncover clues about the past and teach kids scientific information from new species to dinosaur vocabulary.
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.
When Max was a little boy, his Grandpa Felix presented him with a homemade superhero belt. This sparked Max's love of comic books, action figures, and adventurous storytelling. Now 6-year-old Max shares his love of superheroes with his favorite pet parakeets, Ace and Polly. Parakeet siblings Ace and Polly at first glance seem like ordinary pets, but they're not your average birds. Inspired by their owner Max's creative play, Ace and Polly's oversized imaginations take them on heroic adventures. Unbeknownst to Max, whenever he leaves for the day, Ace and Polly take to the sky as the Powerbirds. They use their wits and special superpowers such as fantastic freeze, super sight, super speed and beyond, to save their neighborhoods from furry and feathery animal villains.
Ty Rux and Revvit inhabit a world of giant creatures that are half dinosaur and half truck.
Hosted by Brian Kenny, "Top 10 Right Now" presents plenty of fodder for baseball fans to chew on when discussing the best current players, and as the title suggests, the series counts down MLB Network's version of who those players are, with each episode detailing a different position. There's also an episode that lists the game's top managers.
Norm is the charismatic caretaker of Plywood Forest. The son of Mother Nature, Norm uses fix-it skills and magic to keep the peace and help his quirky animal friends with their hilarious mishaps. Born with a song in his heart, he is prone to bursting into Broadway-inspired tunes to convey his message. Norm spends his days helping friends like Bob the worrywart porcupine, Blanche the dramatic rabbit, Marco the overeager raccoon, and Bixie the eccentric skunk. In a forest full of nonstop drips, broken blenders and loud possum parties, Norm uses his gift of gab, trusty tool belt and magical powers to make the world a better place. With a heap of can-do attitude, Norm’s motto is "Not to worry, I’m there in a hurry!"
Welcome to the Worldwide Wanderer Society, the international order of curious travelers. For generations, intrepid wanderers have circled the globe-seeking new experiences, celebrating cultures, and connecting the world, one adventure at a time. Eleven-year-olds Waldo and Wenda are the society's newest wanderers. Their mentor, Wizard Whitebeard, sends thee inquisitive young explorers on international travel missions so they can someday become wizard-level wanderers too. To earn their stripes, Waldo and Wenda must use their skills -- Waldo's creative observation and Wenda's bold athleticism -- to collect magic keys from all corners of the globe. But standing in their way is rival Odlulu, who can't help but cause trouble wherever she goes -- especially when magic keys are involved.
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.
The Dinotrux are supercharged with powers that make them faster, stronger and more agile than before as they face new challenges.
Tip and Oh find adventures everywhere in a world of aliens and humans.
"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.