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PBS Kids Schedule Changes in June

Written by Fred Vigeant, Director of Programming and Promotions for TV and Radio | May 20, 2016 10:26 AM

As the school year draws to a close, we'll be making some adjustment to the PBS Kids schedule on WITF TV. 

The new schedule begins on Monday June 6.  The changes will remain through Labor Day weekend. 

Programs returning to the schedule:

  • Martha Speaks will return weekdays at 6:00am replacing Word Girl who will take the summer off.
  • Super Why! will return weekdays at 11:30am replacing the second daily episode of Dinosaur Train. 
  • Clifford comes back Saturday at 7:00am. 

Programs on the move:

  • Thomas and Friends will move a little earlier weekdays to 2:00pm
  • A repeat of Curious George will now occur weekdays at 2:30pm
  • Cyberchase is now weekdays at 4:00pm

A complete grid will be available on the WITF schedule page by the end of May. 

PBS Kids Specials in June:

Peg + Cat Save the World - June 6 & 10 at 10:00am -  The whole world has a REALLY BIG PROBLEM! When a mysterious, gigantic blob is spotted soaring towards Earth, the President of the United States calls in the nation's greatest problem solvers: Peg and Cat. With the help of incredible top-secret devices, Peg and Cat work tirelessly to figure out what's up in outer space. Circling the globe, Peg and Cat assemble a cast of hundreds to help them solve the problem and SAVE THE WORLD!

Odd Squad Agents of Change - June 20 at 6:30am & 5:00pm, and June 24 at 6:30am & 5:00pm.When Olive and Otto set off to run their own Odd Squad bureau, Ms. O must find two new recruits who can fill their shoes.

Curious George: Back to the Jungle - June 27 at 8:00am & 2:00pm - Curious George goes on an epic adventure to space that crash lands in the jungles of Africa leading to an unforgettable journey with some new animal friends.

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