This coming November 23, PBS stations nationwide will be premiering a new Wild Kratts movie titled Wild Kratts: Creatures of the Deep. The movie will be the latest from intrepid explorers of the natural world, real life brothers Martin and Chris Kratt.
Produced by the brothers’ own company, Kratt Brothers Company, Wild Kratts: Creatures of the Deep will feature the 2D animated counterparts of Martin and Chris as they dive down to the most unexplored habitat on Earth: the ocean trenches. From there, they have to choose between saving their new creature friends from the greedy clutches of Gourmand, or realize their lifelong dream of discovering new species.
Wild Kratts: Creatures of the Deep Sea will be streaming on the free PBS KIDS video app via pbskids.org after its on-air premiere. The release will also be supported by the launch of a new Wild Kratts game via the website, as well as a free PBS KIDS Games App.
“The Wild Kratts movie and PBS KIDS’ new series Splash and Bubbles provide kids with engaging and entertaining ways to learn more about marine animals, while building science skills and supporting social-emotional learning,” said Lesli Rotenberg, SVP and General Manager, Children’s Media and Education, PBS. “With this new programming, PBS KIDS aims to spark kids’ lifelong curiosity and enthusiasm for the ocean, as well as appreciation for the diversity of creatures that call it home.”