The new PBS Kids Kids Series features stories about kids from all walks of life from kindergarten through to their favorite age groups, and it will air this spring.
In the series, PBS Kids will premiere four episodes a week starting in April and ending in late fall.
The episodes are based on the Kindergarden Stories series, which debuted on PBS in 2012.
The PBS Kids series will air the first episode on April 15, 2017, followed by the rest of the episodes in the fall and spring.
PBS Kids is the network’s first new series for children under the age of six, and the first series to be produced entirely by kids.
“PBS Kids is a very unique brand,” PBS President and CEO David Nevins said in a statement.
“We are thrilled to be able to bring the series to a new audience, as well as create a truly innovative and engaging educational program that will help millions of kids learn the art of writing, reading and speaking.”
PBS Kids’ new season of programming is slated to launch in April.
The series is the first time the network has put children in the storyteller’s chair.
“As we have watched children in preschool and kindergarten, we’ve realized they are very much like us,” Nevins added.
“Our hope is that they will also discover their own creative gifts as they get older and develop new skills.”