“PINKALICIOUS” BIRTHDAY SPECIAL AND VOLUME 3 OF “LET’S GO LUNA” TO STREAM ON THE PBS KIDS PRIME VIDEO CHANNEL IN AUGUST
Arlington, VA – July 30, 2019 – This August, PBS Distribution will stream the new one-hour special, “PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC: A PINKAPERFECT BIRTHDAY!” It’s Pinkalicious’ birthday and her wish is granted: all of Pinkville turns pink! Also streaming in August is “LET’S GO LUNA!: VOLUME 3,” which includes five episodes that take Luna (voiced by actress Judy Greer) and her friends around the world to learn about different cultures.
Information about each of the programs that are streaming in August is included below.
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Table of Contents PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC: A PINKAPERFECT BIRTHDAY
LET’S GO LUNA: VOLUME 3
PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC: A Pinkaperfect Birthday
Happy birthday, Pinkalicious! Pinkalicious and her brother Peter get ready to celebrate her birthday in A Pinkaperfect Birthday, a one-hour special. Since Pinkalicious imagines creative possibilities everywhere she looks, Pinkalicious looks at her town of Pinkville and makes a birthday wish to turn the whole town pink. Let’s see if her wish comes true!
Streaming Date August 6 Episodes 1 (Movie)
LET’S GO LUNA: Volume 3
Streaming Date: August 9 Episodes: 5
Luna and her three friends travel around the world to learn about other cultures. In Volume 3, Luna goes missing in Delhi in Where’s Luna/Pulling Strings. Her friends Leo the wombat, Carmen the butterfly, and Andy the frog try to track her down. In Boomin’ Boomerang/House Music, Carmen enters a boomerang competition in Australia as Andy discovers the Opera House in Sydney. In You Can’t Move the Moon/Lizardzilla!, the gang is in Japan where Luna goes head to head with a Sumo wrestler in Tokyo. Meanwhile, Leo overcomes his fear of Lizardzilla movies. Other episodes that will be streaming include Guitar to Sitar/Spring Has Not Sprung and Didgeridoo and Carmen Too/Not Home on the Range.
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