PBS KIDS Slates for Spring


PBS KIDS has unveiled its slate of content for the spring, with Tiny Time Travel among the upcoming series.

Set to premiere on March 15, Tiny Time Travel follows 11-year-old inventor Tyler and his outgoing best friend, Tony, as they use their time machine to go back in time—sometimes by just a few minutes or hours—to solve problems in their neighborhood.

March 25 also brings the season four premiere of the award-winning animated series Molly of Denali.

New movies from two PBS KIDS series, Wild Kratts and Nature Cat, are also upcoming. Nature Cat’s Nature Movie Special Extraordinaire will debut April 22, along with the new short-form series Nature Chat with Nature Cat, while Wild Kratts: Our Blue and Green World is premiering April 1.

PBS KIDS is also bringing Milo to the U.S. on May 13. The series, co-produced by Fourth Wall and DeAPlaneta Entertainment, follows an adventurous cat who loves to use role-play to explore the world of jobs and vocations.

New episodes of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood will premiere on May 6, and the new short-form series Donkey Hodie Bedtime Stories will debut on May 27.

“This spring, PBS KIDS provides an opportunity for families to embark on exciting adventures with kids’ favorite characters and a chance to meet some new ones, too,” said Sara DeWitt, senior VP and general manager of PBS KIDS. “Our content this season aims to nurture an appreciation of the natural world among our young audiences while also sharing important life lessons and reinforcing some of the key social skills kids need for success in school and beyond.”