NEW VOLUMES OF “NATURE CAT,” “PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC,” “WILD KRATTS” AND AN “ODD SQUAD” MOVIE STREAMING ON THE PBS KIDS PRIME VIDEO CHANNEL THIS FEBRUARY
NEW VOLUMES OF “NATURE CAT,”
“PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC,” “WILD KRATTS”
AND AN “ODD SQUAD” MOVIE STREAMING
ON THE PBS KIDS PRIME VIDEO CHANNEL
Arlington, VA – February 6, 2020 – PBS Distribution continues to add more educational and entertaining programming to the PBS KIDS Prime Video Channel. In February, “Nature Cat: Volume 9,” “Pinkalicious & Peterrific: Volume 6,” “Wild Kratts: Volume 18” and the movie, “Odd Squad: Odd Beginnings,” will be added to the streaming lineup. Kids will visit a wild animal rescue with Nature Cat and his friends, go whale watching with the entire Pinkerton family, trek through the Amazon rainforest with the Kratt Brothers and discover a 44-leaf clover with members of Odd Squad.
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NATURE CAT: Volume 9
“Nature Cat: Volume 9” contains 5 episodes, including Animal Rescue Crew/Nature of Dreams, where Nature Cat and friends spend the day playing with a baby fox with a cut on its front paw. In Secrets of the Old Prairie/A Sticky Sweet Tree Treat, the group learns about maple sap and how it’s used to make syrup.
Streaming Date: February 7, 2020
In Freezin’ in the Summer Season/Total Eclipse of the Sun, Nature Cat gets super excited about a total eclipse of the sun. “Nature Cat: Volume 9” also includes the episode Onward and Songward/Why Did the Turtle Cross the Road.
PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC: Volume 6
It’s time for fun and games with our favorite sibling duo, “Pinkalicious & Peterrific.” The episodes in Volume 6 include Jumping for Joy/ The Pinkatoo, where Peter thinks he’s too short for some physical activities, so he makes shoes that let him jump super high! In Whale of a Song/Pinkabubbles, Pinkalicious and the rest of the Pinkerton family go whale watching with Captain Jolly.
Streaming Date: February 14, 2020
In Knights of the Pink Table/Music Mix-Up, Pinkalicious the Brave and Jasmine the Daring are on the noblest of quests: helping Peter become a knight!
ODD SQUAD: Odd Beginnings
Agents Opal and Omar are tired of their post at the Arctic Odd Squad Headquarters in the movie, Odd Beginnings, because the two believe nothing odd ever happens there. That is until Opal discovers she may have uncovered the location of a legendary Odd Artifact: a 44-leaf clover! But, villains are also hot on its trail and in the wrong hands, the clover could cause catastrophic oddness.
Streaming Date: February 18, 2020
WILD KRATTS: Volume 18
The Kratt Brothers take off for the Amazon rain forest in Volume 18 as they go in search of a group of mini monkeys in the episode, Mystery of theMini Monkey Models. Then, Aviva, Martin and Chris discover a hidden community of leafcutter ants in the episode, The Real Ant Farm. In the episode, Hammerheads, the fun continues as the group heads to the ocean and Martin spots a hammerhead shark. “Wild Kratts: Volume 18” also includes the episode The Vanishing Stingray.
Streaming Date: February 21, 2020
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