New Volumes of “Let’s Go Luna!,” “Cyberchase,”
and “Sing-Along with PBS KIDS” Also Added to Channel
Arlington, VA – March 20, 2023 – This April, families can enjoy more “Rosie’s Rules” and “Alma’s Way” as new episodes arrive on the PBS KIDS PRIME VIDEO CHANNEL. In “Rosie Rules, Volume 5,” audiences follow 5-year-old Rosie Fuentes as she pretends to be a pirate with her friends, tries to plan a virtual breakfast with Jun, who is visiting Shanghai, and plays doggie detective to find the owner of a lost dog toy, plus many more adventures. In “Alma’s Way, Volume 9,” viewers watch as Alma helps Mr. Ramirez with the cats in his shop, tries to convince Howard to play stickball and shows her new friend Beto that every beach may be different, but all are fun, and more in the Bronx and beyond. Also being added to the Channel are “Let’s Go Luna!, Volume 14,” “Cyberchase, Volume 15,” and “Sing-Along with PBS KIDS, Volume 1.”
The PBS KIDS PRIME VIDEO CHANNEL offers 40+ educational and entertaining shows and shorts for kids ages 2-8. Children can watch anytime, anywhere on their favorite devices, making it the largest library of PBS KIDS programming to stream – all housed in one place. The subscription rate 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.
Rosie’s Rules, Volume 5
Streaming Date: April 7, 2023
Rosie and her friends pretend to be pirates traveling around the world, but they need a globe to plan a route. Then, while Jun is visiting Shanghai, she and Rosie plan a virtual breakfast, but when it’s daytime for Rosie, it’s nighttime for Jun. Next, while delivering popcorn in Maya’s apartment building, Rosie, Crystal and Mom find a lost dog toy, so they become doggie detectives to find its owner. And Rosie builds a cardboard house for Gatita so she can have a peaceful nap. Plus Rosie, Crystal, and Iggy try to recreate Mom and Papá’s beach anniversary tradition at home, and it’s Chiles en Nogada Day, but when Papá loses the recipe, it’s up to Rosie to figure out who else might have it.
Alma’s Way, Volume 9
Streaming Date: April 28, 2023
When Mr. Ramirez takes too many cats into his shop, Alma helps him figure out what to do with them. Then, when Alma asks her friends to play stickball, there’s one hold-out – Howard. How will she convince him he’ll enjoy playing the game, too? Next, Alma, Harper and Rafia want to make a quick-change video like Safina’s, but they can’t figure out how she did it. And Eddie asks Alma to help him record a rap, but his project gets derailed when it turns into a rap circle with Junior, André, and Becka. Plus, when Alma’s new friend, Beto, is disappointed that the Bronx beach doesn’t feel like his old beach in San Diego, Alma and André try to show him that even though this beach is different, it’s just as fun. Then, during a trip to the beach, Junior’s sandcastle gets washed away by the tide. Can Alma find a way to cheer him up?
Other titles coming to the PBS KIDS PRIME VIDEO CHANNEL in April:
Let’s Go Luna!, Volume 14 – 4/7/23
Cyberchase, Volume 15 – 4/14/23
Sing-Along with PBS KIDS, Volume 1 – 4/21/23
About PBS KIDS
PBS KIDS believes the world is full of possibilities, and so is every child. As the number one educational media brand for kids, PBS KIDS helps children ages 2-8 learn lessons that last a lifetime. Through media and community-based programs, PBS KIDS wants children to see themselves uniquely reflected and celebrated in lovable, diverse characters who serve as positive role models, and to explore their feelings and discover new adventures along the way. Families can stream PBS KIDS for free anytime, no subscription required. A large collection of mobile apps and pbskids.org provide accessible content that spark kids’ curiosity. PBS KIDS and local stations across the country support the entire ecosystem in which children learn and grow – including their teachers and caregivers, parents, and community – providing resources accessible anytime and anywhere. For more information, visit pbs.org/pressroom, or follow PBS KIDS on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
About PBS DISTRIBUTION
PBS Distribution is a leading distributor of public media content around the world, entertaining audiences across platforms and formats. The company, a joint venture of PBS and GBH Boston, provides premium content through multiple digital channels and video services. PBS Distribution operates six subscription streaming channels — PBS Masterpiece (US and CA), PBS KIDS, PBS Living, PBS Documentaries and PBS America (U.K.) as well as numerous Free Ad-supported Streaming TV (FAST) Channels in the U.S and U.K. In addition, the company reaches viewers through Transactional Video-on-Demand (TVOD), Subscription Video-on-Demand (SVOD) licensing, Advertising-based Video on Demand (AVOD), DVD and Blu-ray, theatrical releasing, educational platforms, non-theatrical and inflight sales, and serves broadcasters and producers providing program sales and co-production financing.
PBS Distribution offers consumers and educators the highest quality factual, scripted, and children’s programming including films from Ken Burns, hit series from MASTERPIECE and foreign language dramas from Walter Presents, entertaining and educational PBS KIDS series, and award-winning documentaries from NOVA, FRONTLINE, AMERICAN MASTERS, NATURE, AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, and many independent producers. For over 10 years, the company has extended the reach of programming beyond broadcast while generating revenue for the public television system, stations, and producers.