Sensical Scores New Podcast & Video Partners


Sensical, the free, age-appropriate kids’ streaming service from Common Sense Networks, has acquired a podcast slate for ages 2 to 10 and titles from partners such as Sinking Ship Entertainment.

The extensive podcast lineup, set to launch on December 13, includes Rhea Pechter’s Little Stories for Tiny People; Chanel Tsang’s Peace Out; Pinna’s Grimm, Grimmer, Grimmest; 5 for 5 Trivia; Don’t Break the Rules; and Kyle’s Wild World.

Also part of Sensical’s podcast slate are Quentin and Alfie’s ABC Adventures; The Totally Unauthorized Minecraft Fan Show; select episodes of Rebel Girls’ Good Night Stories, profiling iconic women including Rosa Parks, Frida Kahlo, Harriet Tubman, Oprah Winfrey, Malala and Kamala Harris; Melissa Victor’s Stoopkid Stories; Mick Sullivan’s The Past and The Curious; Tumble: Science Podcast for Kids; and the storytelling podcast What if World.

Sensical has also scored new video partners, including Sinking Ship Entertainment (Chirp, Giver, My Home My Life, What’s Inside), Hasbro, Entertainment One (Ricky Zoom, Chomp Squad, Pound Puppies, The Adventures of Chuck and Friends) and Splash Entertainment (Chloe’s Closet, Dive Olly Dive, The DaVincibles, Gasp, Jing-Ju Cats, Oh Yuck!, I Got A Rocket!). It has also picked up new titles from Monster Entertainment (Earth to Luna, The Day Henry Met, I’m a Creepy Crawly, I’m a Monster, Misho & Robin, Tiny Square Critters, Rocka-Bye Island).

In addition, Sensical has acquired additional titles from Tankee (Starlink: Battle for Atlas, Pokemon Unite Masterclass, Super Luigi Galaxy, Dragon Kingdom, Journey to the End, Space Mission ALT, Project Fun-A-Loo, Lego Marvel’s Avengers, Lego Worlds, PixARK, Rocket LeagueAstroneer).

Other new acquisitions are The River and Wilder Show, Kujo’s Kid Zone, Neptune Studios’ Minute Earth and Minute Physics, as well as content from music and social justice artist Fyütch and the Metropolitan Opera Guild.

Sensical’s hand-selected, algorithm-free lineup—made up of more than 15,000 videos and more than 60 topic-based channels—is available via web, iOS, Android, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and VIZIO’s free streaming service WatchFree+.