A Sunny Day is coming to Nickelodeon. Recently, the network announced this season’s new and returning programs for preschool-age children.
Returning series include Mutt & Stuff, Blaze and the Monster Machines, Dora and Friends: Into the City!, Wallykazam!, Shimmer and Shine, and PAW Patrol.
In addition to new episodes of returning series, Nick’s new preschool shows include Sunny Day and Rusty Rivets.
New episodes of both new and returning series are expected to premiere later this year.
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Nickelodeon is the number-one network for preschoolers year to date, a position it also held for all of 2015. The net currently owns the top five preschool series on all TV, led by PAW Patrol and Blaze and the Monster Machines. Joining Nick’s preschool lineup are the following new series announced today:
· Rusty Rivets, picked up for 26 episodes, follows the animated adventures of Rusty as he invents his way out of jams by repurposing parts and objects into the wildest, coolest contraptions ever. The series embodies the principles of the maker movement, while exposing preschoolers to concepts found in science, technology and engineering. Rusty Rivets is created and co-produced by Spin Master Entertainment (PAW Patrol), and slated to premiere later this year.
· Sunny Day, picked up for 40 episodes, follows Sunny, the best hairstylist in her town and a natural leader who believes that every problem can be solved with determination and a little creativity. Created and produced by Silvergate Media (Peter Rabbit), Sunny Day features themes that teach preschoolers about community involvement and self-confidence.
Nick will also air new episodes of returning hit preschool series Shimmer and Shine, Blaze and the Monster Machines, Mutt & Stuff, PAW Patrol, Wallykazam! and Dora and Friends: Into the City!”
What do you think? Do your kids watch Nickelodeon? Will you let them watch any of the new shows?