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KidsClick adds Barbie, Monster High, Sunday-specific programming


Sinclair’s daily KidsClick programming block is in for another shakeup later this month. While shows like Mecard, Rocket Monkeys and Super 4 are leaving the lineup, new additions like Barbie Dreamtopia, Monster High: The Adventures of the Ghoul Squad and Transformers Cybertron make their debut. To top it off, for the first time since the block’s debut, Sundays won’t just be a rerun of Saturday’s material. KidsClick is programming different episodes on all seven days of the week.

Weekdays

(starting September 24th)
6:00 AM – Barbie Dreamtopia
6:30 AM – Monster High: The Adventures of the Ghoul Squad
7:00 AM – Angry Birds
7:30 AM – Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir
8:00 AM – The Jungle Book
8:30 AM – Transformers Energon

Saturdays

(Starting September 29th)
7:00 AM – Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures
7:30 AM – Oggy and the Cockroaches
8:00 AM – Angry Birds
8:30 AM – Pink Panther and Pals
9:00 AM – Transformers Energon
9:30 AM – Transformers Energon

Sundays

(Starting September 30th)

7:00 AM – Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures
7:30 AM – Oggy and the Cockroaches
8:00 AM – Angry Birds
8:30 AM – Pink Panther and Pals
9:00 AM – Transformers Cybertron
9:30 AM – Transformers Cybertron

Don’t forget, season 2 episodes of Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir air every Thursday and Friday on KidsClick.

Here’s a description of the new shows:

Barbie Dreamtopia

When Barbie’s youngest sister Chelsea is entered into a local bike race by her friend, she is embarrassed about not being able to ride without training wheels. Inspired by Barbie’s stories, Chelsea finds herself transported to the magical world of Dreamtopia, where her imagination runs wild. As Chelsea searches for the magical winged unicorn, and with the help of Barbie, she learns the tools that will give her the confidence to be herself and compete, training wheels or not!

Produced by Mattel Creations and Snowball Studios, Barbie Dreamtopia debuted as a YouTube series in 2017, before rolling out internationally on broadcasters earlier this year. The show, a spinoff of an earlier direct-to-video Barbie movie, features 52 eleven-minute episodes that are also packaged as 26 half-hours.

Monster High: The Adventures of the Ghoul Squad

Monster High: The Adventures of The Ghoul Squad is an action and adventure series featuring some favourite ghouls from Monster High. Draculaura, Frankie, Clawdeen and their ghoul friends combine their wits and abilities as they travel to exotic locations, solve spine-tingling mysteries and rescue lost monsters all over the world. They are an elite squad of talented ghouls who make a pact to always be there for each other, and their fellow monsters, no matter what the odds.

Another YouTube series produced by Mattel Creations with animation by Bardel Entertainment, Monster High: The Adventures of the Ghoul Squad debuted last August. The series features 10 eleven-minute episodes, alongside a 44-minute TV special, Howliday Edition.

Transformers Cybertron

Unicron has been defeated, but his destruction has created a black hole, which is threatening the Autobots’ home world of Cybertron. It’s up to Optimus Prime, his team of heroic Autobots and their new human friends — Coby, Lori and Bud — to secure the four mystical Cyber Planet Keys, in order to destroy the black hole. Unfortunately, Megatron and the Decepticons are always lurking. And if the Cyber Planet Keys fall into their hands, it could mean the end of life as we know it. The race is on!

The concluding piece of the Unicron Trilogy, Transformers Cybertron is an adapted version of the Japanese anime series Transformers Galaxy Force. Produced by Gonzo and distributed by Hasbro Studios, the series ran for 52 episodes on TV Tokyo in Japan and a multitude of English broadcasters in 2005.

The KidsClick linear block launched July 1, 2017, and is available on linear television through TBD and select Sinclair-owned local channels. KidsClick is also available for free live and on-demand through its website and mobile apps. Sinclair is also going through the process of launching set-top box apps, with one available now for Apple TV with other platforms set to follow.

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