Begins Monday, Sept. 1
PLUS, PBS KIDS WILL ADD A NEW HALF-HOUR SESAME STREET PROGRAM, ON AIR & ON DIGITAL PLATFORMS
- PBS KIDS reaches more kids ages 2-8, and more moms with kids under age 12, than any other kids TV network, and nearly 99% of homes in the U.S.
- PBS KIDS averages more than 12 million unique visitors per month online, and more than 1.5 million users stream video on the PBS KIDS Video App each month.
- PBS KIDS reached 11.9 million low-income families last year, many of whom do not have access to cable or satellite TV.
NEW SCHEDULE – Monday – Friday
Please Note: When two children’s programs air back-to-back, each program will be a different episode. Want to learn more? Scroll further down…
6:30 am – SUPER WHY!
7:00 am – CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG
7:30 am – MARTHA SPEAKS
8:00 am – CURIOUS GEORGE
8:30 am – CURIOUS GEORGE
9:00 am – DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD
9:30 am – DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD
10:00 am – SESAME STREET
11:00 am – DINOSAUR TRAIN
11:30 am – PEG + CAT
2:00 pm – SCIGIRLS (Airs on Fridays only)
2:30 pm – SESAME STREET (30 minutes)
3:00 pm – CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT!
3:30 pm – ARTHUR
4:00 pm – WILD KRATTS
4:30 pm – WILD KRATTS
On Monday, September 1, New Mexico PBS, Ch. 5.1 will launch its new Fall Children’s Program Lineup, airing Monday-Friday.
Furthering a commitment to using the power of media to educate and entertain America’s children, PBS KIDS and SESAME STREET will introduce a bonus half-hour SESAME STREET program, also on September 1, on-air and on digital platforms. The additional half-hour program will air on NM PBS, Ch. 5.1, weekday afternoons at 2:30 p.m., complementing the one-hour series that airs weekday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
For the first time, selected full episodes of the 30-minute show will also be available for free online at pbskids.org/video, on the PBS KIDS Video App and on the PBS KIDS Roku channel. By offering this bonus half hour of SESAME STREET in an additional timeslot, and through a growing number of digital services, PBS KIDS hopes to reach even more children with one of America’s most beloved and educationally powerful children’s series.
“With this new half-hour program, we are excited to build on SESAME STREET’s 45-year legacy on PBS with a format that will make the series more accessible on mobile devices, where PBS KIDS’ reach is growing exponentially,” said Lesli Rotenberg, General Manager, Children’s Programming, PBS. “In just the past year, the number of users streaming video on the incredibly popular PBS KIDS Video App increased 34%. The new half-hour format will give PBS KIDS the opportunity to offer SESAME STREET to even more families, making it easy for parents to help their kids build essential school readiness skills with one of their favorite shows.”