WUCF launches new PBS KIDS schedule September 1
The excitement of back-to-school brings a new lineup to the PBS KIDS block on WUCF TV.
Starting Monday, September 1, you'll notice some changes to the PBS KIDS schedule. We have made some great changes based on feedback from viewers, including adding a new half-hour SESAME STREET weekday afternoons and the return of WORLD GIRL.
Through the extensive reach of PBS KIDS, the new afternoon SESAME STREET program will offer families even more access to the iconic series that for decades has helped prepare kids for success in school and in life. PBS KIDS reaches more kids ages 2-8 and more moms with kids under age 12 than any other kids TV network, and nearly 99 percent of homes in the U.S. PBS KIDS averages more than 12 million unique visitors per month online, and more than 1.5 million users stream video on the PBS KIDS Video App each month. PBS KIDS reached 11.9 million low-income families last year, many of whom do not have access to cable or satellite TV.