Arlington, VA – September 30, 2020 – This October, PBS Distribution is releasing the third volume of the new science-based series “Elinor Wonders Why,” as well as new volumes of “Pinkalicous & Peterrific” and “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” on the PBS KIDS Prime Video Channel.

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Elinor Wonders Why, Volume 3

Streaming Date: October 2, 2020
Episodes: 4
The new STEM-focused kids series is back for its second month with another volume. In “Bubble House/The Syrup Tree”, the kids find a spittle bug and watch it build itself a bubble house to hide in. Plus, Elinor and her friends learn all about where paper comes from after Mr. Hippo’s store runs out in “The Paper Trail/Bath Time.” They also wonder who picks up all the leaves in the forest after they help Ari’s Dad rake the leaves in the yard in “Leave it to Ari/Snow Friend.” Watch these stories and much more in the third volume of “Elinor Wonders Why.”
Pinkalicious & Peterrific, Volume 8

Streaming Date: October 9, 2020
Episodes: 4
Join Pinkalicious and her brother Peter on a new adventure as they put on their gnome thinking caps to help Norman plan the perfect playdate in “A Birthday for Kendra/Norman Plans a Playdate.” Then, in “Mr. Socko/A Pinkapurrfect Pet,” Peter loses one of his favorite lucky socks. To help her brother out, Pinkalicious creates a sock puppet with the sock Peter still has. Plus, Flora’s goat escapes from her farm and then the Pinksters get a new mascot in “Yodelahee Goat/Pink Mascot,” all in this new volume of “Pinkalicious & Peterrific.”
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Volume 16

Streaming Date: October 16, 2020
Episodes: 5
It’s another volume in the Neighborhood, and Daniel is extremely excited for the Spring Sing at school. But, when he arrives, he discovers that Teacher Harriet isn’t there to teach the musical routine to the students in “Daniel’s Substitute Teacher.” Then, Harriet shows the class what to do to stay safe during a fire drill in “The Fire Drill/Daniel and Mom Go To The Market,” and she even shows the kids different ways they can settle down for quiet time at school in “Quiet Time at School/Naptime At Blanket City.”
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