PBS DISTRIBUTION ANNOUNCES JANUARY STREAMING LINEUP FOR PBS KIDS PRIME VIDEO CHANNEL
PBS DISTRIBUTION ANNOUNCES JANUARY
STREAMING LINEUP FOR PBS KIDS PRIME VIDEO CHANNEL
Arlington, VA – January 10, 2020 – PBS Distribution will begin streaming new volumes from “Dinosaur Train” and“Molly of Denali” this January, as well as a new, one-hour long special “The Rhythm and Roots of Arthur.” The three programs will take viewers to China in Volume 10 of “Dinosaur Train,“ show off the northern lights in “Molly of Denali” and then show viewers what life is like on Arthur’s Ohio family farm in“The Rhythm and Roots of Arthur.”
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Families can also find full episodes of PBS KIDS series for free on their local PBS station, the PBS KIDS 24/7 Channel and PBS KIDS digital platforms, including pbskids.org and the PBS KIDS Video app.
DINOSAUR TRAIN: Volume 10
“Dinosaur Train: Volume 10” has 5 fun-filled adventures including a trip to Jurassic China! Buddy and his friends head to the Far East to find the tiniest dinosaur of all in The Tiny-saur Train/How Many Horns. In Don’s Hole-iday/We’re Not All Dinosaurs the Pteranodon Kids meet a new, small mammal friend, Adele Alphadon, and introduce their Big Pond friend, Cindy Cimolestes, to a new concept – that not all Mesozoic creatures are dinosaurs! In the episode Gilbert the Conductor/A Clubhouse of Their Own, the kids want their own hangout that’s separate from the family next door.
Streaming Date: January 10, 2020
They try several locations, but none of them are the right fit. With the help of Mom and Dad, the group builds their own clubhouse using natural materials. Other episodes in Volume 10 include Mom was a Kid Once, Parts 1 and 2, and A Brand New Species, Parts 1 and 2.
MOLLY OF DENALI: Volume 4
“Molly of Denali: Volume 4” contains 5 episodes filled with fun Alaskan adventures with Molly and her friends. In Northern Lights/Fiddlesticks Molly’s friend Trini confesses she’s never seen the northern lights. Molly makes it her mission to show her the natural light display. In Mollyball/Visit Qyah, after wet cement ruins Molly and the gang’s plans for a basketball rematch, they create their very own game!
Streaming Date: January 17, 2020
Other episodes include The Night Manager/Not So Permafrost, Tooth or Consequences/Qyah Spy and Ice Sculpture/Tale of the Totem.
The Rhythm and Roots of Arthur
In “The Rhythm and Roots of Arthur,” Arthur goes on a road trip to the family farm. So pack your bags and buckle your seatbelts for a fun filled hour-long movie that takes Arthur to Ohio, where his Great-Grand Uncle Theo will celebrate his 85th birthday. Once on the farm, Arthur, D.W., and Buster learn that farm life is a little different than life in Elwood City, but with the help of Cousin Miles, some llamas, and a little bit of music, they all discover what it truly means to be family.
Streaming Date: January 21, 2020
About PBS KIDS
PBS KIDS, the number one educational media brand for kids, offers children ages 2-8 the opportunity to explore new ideas and new worlds through television, digital media and community-based programs. PBS KIDS and local stations across the country support the entire ecosystem in which children learn, including their teachers, parents and community. Provided by stations, the free PBS KIDS 24/7 channel and live stream is available to more than 95% of U.S. TV households. Kidscreen- and Webby Award-winning pbskids.org provides engaging interactive content, including digital games and streaming video. PBS KIDS offers mobile apps to help support young children’s learning, including the PBS KIDS Video app, which is available on a variety of mobile devices and on platforms such as Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Samsung TV and Chromecast. PBS KIDS also offers parent and teacher resources to support children’s learning anytime and anywhere. For more information on PBS KIDS content and initiatives supporting school readiness and more, visit pbs.org/pressroom, or follow PBS KIDS on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
About PBS DISTRIBUTION
PBS Distribution, jointly owned by PBS and WGBH, is a leading distributor of public media content around the world. Distribution platforms include: direct-to-consumer subscription video-on-demand (DTC-SVOD) channels– PBS MASTERPIECE, PBS KIDS, and PBS LIVING – all on Amazon Prime Video Channels, with PBS LIVING also available on the Apple TV app, transactional video-on- demand (TVOD), subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) licensing, and physical products on DVD and Blu-ray. Other divisions of the company include: theatrical releasing, educational, non-theatrical, inflight and international licensing.
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