New Episodes of DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD also added to the Channel
Arlington, VA – July 27, 2022 – This August, children will learn how to take care of the environment in IT’S A BIG BIG WORLD, created by Mitchell Kriegman (Clarissa Explains it All, Bear and the Big Blue House) debuting on the PBS KIDS Prime Video Channel. In addition, new volumes of DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD will also be added, including DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD: TOP 10 FAVORITES which features ten favorite episodes voted on by fans. The subscription rate for the PBS KIDS Prime Video Channel is $4.99/month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. Every purchase supports public television for all. Families and kids can also stream full episodes of shows for free on PBS KIDS.
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IT’S A BIG BIG WORLD, Seasons 1 & 2
Streaming Date: August 12th and August 19th
Seasons: 2 Episodes: 47
Deep in the rainforest lives a giant yet child-like tree sloth named Snook. Snook resides in the World Tree with a whimsical group of animals as diverse and distinctive as the global community they represent. Together, they engage children by broadening their awareness of geography, ecology, geology and cultural diversity.
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DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD: Top 10 Favorites and DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD: Volume 20
Streaming Date: August 26th and August 29th
Volumes: 2 Episodes: 13
In DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD, 4-year-old Daniel Tiger invites young viewers ages 2-4 into his world, giving them a kid’s-eye view of his life. The Emmy®-winning animated preschool program models age-appropriate social-emotional strategies and practical life skills for young children.
DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD: TOP 10 FAVORITES will showcase 10 fan-chosen episodes from over the years to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the series. Favorites include the very first story “Daniel’s Birthday”; classics such as “The Baby is Here” and “Daniel Visits the Doctor”; and new favorites like “Daniel’s New Friend Max.”
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