A week of all new ODD SQUAD episodes – January 18-22
Head “Down Under” with The Big O and the Mobile Unit as they join forces with two Australian agents to stop “The Shadow” from causing worldwide oddness. Five new episodes premiere beginning Monday, January 18, with an epic ODD SQUAD reveal on Friday, January 22.
Also in January, look for new episodes of CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG (January 4-8), HERO ELEMENTARY (January 4-7), and SESAME STREET (January 18 & 25).
PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC: CUPID CALLS IT QUITS, premiering February 8, is the PBS Kids promo priority for February. In the new, one-hour special, it’s Valentine’s Day in Pinkville and Pinkalicious can’t wait to make valentines
for her class party. But when she befriends the Cupid, he offers her a trade that turns her plans upside-down! Tune in for this special event to see how Pinkalicious and Peter save Valentine’s Day for all of Pinkville.
Look for new episodes of XAVIER RIDDLE AND THE SECRET MUSEUM, February 1-2, plus a new Valentine’s Day themed episode from CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG and a week of all new episodes beginning February 15.
New ELINOR WONDERS WHY episodes begin March 1. It's a week full of discovery as Elinor, Ari, and Olive learn how butterflies drink nectar, why fish don’t freeze in the winter, and how some owls make their home in the desert.
New HERO ELEMENTARY episodes beginning March 29. Join the Sparks’ Crew for a week of all-new episodes, including a special half-hour episode “AJ’s Extra Superpower” on April 2, World Autism Awareness Day.
The hour-long special, CURIOUS GEORGE SWINGS INTO SPRING, returns March 22 and 26.
Also in March, look for new episodes of ARTHUR (March 8-10), CURIOUS GEORGE (March 15-19), DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD (March 1-4), MOLLY OF DENALI (March 22-25), and SESAME STREET (Mondays in March).
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