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Foxtel Adds DreamWorks and PBS KIDS for More Kids and Family Content

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Foxtel expands its lineup for kids with the addition of DreamWorks and PBS KIDS. Owned by NBCUniversal International Networks, DreamWorks is a 24-hour channel offering entertainment that kids and grown-ups alike will love. Some of the TV shows include Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny, The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, and Tales of Arcadia: Trollhunters.

Foxtel’s partnership with PBS Distribution also brought about the launch of PBS KIDS, which delivers high-quality educational content designed for young audiences. Some of the best titles available are the long-running educational series Arthur and the feel-good animated series Molly of Denali.

Already included in Foxtel‘s offering are Nick Jr. and Boomerang with the base Foxtel Plus bundle, while Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and CBeebies are included in the Kids package. The addition of DreamWorks and PBS KIDS only means more engaging content that can educate and entertain young viewers.

How to Access DreamWorks and PBS KIDS Channels in Australia?

DreamWorks and PBS KIDS join Foxtel’s Movies Kids and Movies Family channels. For access, you need to subscribe to the Movies HD package, which includes over 50 channels from the Foxtel Plus bundle and 11 movie-dedicated channels for thousands of movies, on-demand and ad-break free.

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