With Disney+ entering into the streaming wars, Netflix and CBS All Access have been bolstering their children’s programming slate. CBS All Access started rolling out its own children’s programming this week, and confirmed a new library of Nickelodeon programming that will be available to subscribers in January.
Current subscribers can already stream original children’s series like “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs,” “Danger Mouse,” “Bob the Builder,” “Inspector Gadget,” “Madeline,” “Paddington Bear,” and other shows. CBS stated that the library of children’s programming will grow to more than 1,000 episodes as additional series are added over the coming weeks.
“Bringing children’s programming to CBS All Access is a significant step toward providing even more value for our subscribers and now for their children as well,” said Marc DeBevoise, President and COO, CBS Interactive. “We’re bringing to market a fantastic roster of exclusive originals along with a library of marquee series for families, and we look forward to continuing to expand our children’s programming offering, especially with the future addition of incredible programming from Nickelodeon.”
While CBS All Access works to improve its children’s programming, the service already has several hit dramas and comedies for adults. The platform’s original series include “The Good Fight,” “The Twilight Zone” reboot, “Tell me a Story,” “No Activity,” and the newer series “Why Women Kill.” The new shows coming to the service include “Interrogation,” “The Stand,” and “The Man Who Fell to Earth.” CBS All Access is also the home to all things Star Trek, and the video streaming service has “Star Trek: Discovery,” and the upcoming shows “Star Trek: Lower Decks” and “Star Trek: Picard” with Sir Patrick Stewart.
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