History Creator / Sprout

22nd Mar '17 5:47:58 PM jormis29
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* ''George Shrinks'' (remains available on demand in Spanish)

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* ''George Shrinks'' ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeShrinks'' (remains available on demand in Spanish)
2nd Mar '17 5:51:34 PM dvillaronga
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rubadubbers}}''

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rubadubbers}}''''WesternAnimation/{{Rubbadubbers}}''
2nd Mar '17 5:50:50 PM dvillaronga
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* ''Rubadubbers''

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* ''Rubadubbers''''WesternAnimation/{{Rubadubbers}}''
16th Feb '17 10:18:00 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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Sprout is known for their themed blocks of programming. Since its creation, it has had a regular feature in "The Sunny Side Up Show," a morning block with live hosts and the channel's kazoo-voiced puppet mascot Chica the chicken (who received her own series, ''The Chica Show'', in 2012) that even airs original content on holidays such as Christmas. It also regularly airs "The Good Night Show," a block of programming themed around getting children for bed. The program was originally hosted by Melanie Martinez, prior to Sprout's learning that she had appeared in a parody public service announcement for an online service titled "TechnicalVirgin". Following a brief series of guest stints, including Noel [=MacNeal=] (Bear of ''Series/BearInTheBigBlueHouse''), the program found a new regular host in Michele Lepe, known on the program as "Nina"; she interacts with another puppet character, Star (a - you guessed it - sentient star). Sprout's on-air continuity once partially consisted of miniseries "The Wiggly Waffle Show" and "The Super Sproutlet Show". As of 2015, though, they've more or less stopped with this.

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Sprout is known for their themed blocks of programming. Since its creation, it has had a regular feature in "The Sunny Side Up Show," a morning block with live hosts and the channel's kazoo-voiced puppet mascot Chica the chicken (who received her own series, ''The Chica Show'', in 2012) that even airs original content on holidays such as Christmas. It also regularly airs "The Good Night Show," a block of programming themed around getting children for bed. The program was originally hosted by Melanie Martinez, Martinez (no, not [[Music/MelanieMartinez that one]]), prior to Sprout's learning that she had appeared in a parody public service announcement for an online service titled "TechnicalVirgin". Following a brief series of guest stints, including Noel [=MacNeal=] (Bear of ''Series/BearInTheBigBlueHouse''), the program found a new regular host in Michele Lepe, known on the program as "Nina"; she interacts with another puppet character, Star (a - you guessed it - sentient star). Sprout's on-air continuity once partially consisted of miniseries "The Wiggly Waffle Show" and "The Super Sproutlet Show". As of 2015, though, they've more or less stopped with this.
30th Dec '16 8:46:29 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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* ''Series/SesameStreet'' (And ''Play with Me, Sesame'')

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* ''Series/SesameStreet'' (And ''Play with Me, Sesame'')Sesame'', The show has moved to Creator/{{HBO}})
28th Dec '16 11:36:16 PM correctingthings
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Sprout is known for their themed blocks of programming. Since its creation, it has had a regular feature in "The Sunny Side Up Show," a morning block with live hosts and the channel's kazoo-voiced puppet mascot Chica the chicken (who received her own series, ''The Chica Show'', in 2012) that even airs original content on holidays such as Christmas. It also regularly airs "The Good Night Show," a block of programming themed around getting children for bed. The program was originally hosted by Melanie Martinez, prior to Sprout's learning that she had appeared in a parody public service announcement for an online service titled "TechnicalVirgin". Following a brief series of guest stints, including Noel [=MacNeal=] (Bear of ''Series/BearInTheBigBlueHouse''), the program found a new regular host in Michele Lepe, known on the program as "Nina"; she interacts with another puppet character, Star (who looks like his name).

Sprout has also become known for acquiring properties once made famous on other networks and building programming blocks around them. Following their acquisition of ''TheWiggles'', originally seen on Playhouse Disney in the U.S., they created a block of programming called "The Wiggly Waffle Show." More recently, their acquisition of ''LazyTown'', once seen on NickJr, has led to the creation of "The Super Sproutlet Show" block. As of late, though, they've more or less stopped with this, preferring to focus on US-exclusives and original series.

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Sprout is known for their themed blocks of programming. Since its creation, it has had a regular feature in "The Sunny Side Up Show," a morning block with live hosts and the channel's kazoo-voiced puppet mascot Chica the chicken (who received her own series, ''The Chica Show'', in 2012) that even airs original content on holidays such as Christmas. It also regularly airs "The Good Night Show," a block of programming themed around getting children for bed. The program was originally hosted by Melanie Martinez, prior to Sprout's learning that she had appeared in a parody public service announcement for an online service titled "TechnicalVirgin". Following a brief series of guest stints, including Noel [=MacNeal=] (Bear of ''Series/BearInTheBigBlueHouse''), the program found a new regular host in Michele Lepe, known on the program as "Nina"; she interacts with another puppet character, Star (who looks like his name).

Sprout has also become known for acquiring properties
(a - you guessed it - sentient star). Sprout's on-air continuity once made famous on other networks and building programming blocks around them. Following their acquisition partially consisted of ''TheWiggles'', originally seen on Playhouse Disney in the U.S., they created a block of programming called miniseries "The Wiggly Waffle Show." More recently, their acquisition of ''LazyTown'', once seen on NickJr, has led to the creation of Show" and "The Super Sproutlet Show" block. Show". As of late, 2015, though, they've more or less stopped with this, preferring to focus on US-exclusives and original series.
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* ''LazyTown'' (Also airs on NBC Kids)



* ''WesternAnimation/JustinTime'' (Previously aired on NBC Kids, U.S. only -- airs on Family Junior (the former Disney Junior prior to Disney's deal with Corus) in Canada; owner DHX Media has signed a deal to co-produce the third season , which will otherwise air exclusively on {{Netflix}} in its current territories)

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* ''WesternAnimation/JustinTime'' (Previously (previously aired on NBC Kids, U.S. only -- airs on Family Junior (the former Disney Junior prior to Disney's deal with Corus) in Canada; owner DHX Media has signed a deal to co-produce the third season , season, which will otherwise air exclusively on {{Netflix}} in its current territories)



* ''[=LazyTown=]''
9th Dec '16 10:51:17 PM Xtifr
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'''Sprout''' (formerly PBS Kids Sprout) is a cable/satellite network that originated as a subnetwork of PBSKids which originates from {{UsefulNotes/Philadelphia}}. Originally launched as a Video on Demand service, Sprout replaced the 24/7 PBS Kids network in 2005. It was a partnership of SesameWorkshop, Apax Partners (a share owned by HITEntertainment prior to its purchase by Mattel), PBS and [=NBCUniversal=] (via the Comcast merger). The latter company became the sole owner late in 2013, with NBCU's international kids' channel joint venture [=KidsCo=] ending in the process.

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'''Sprout''' Sprout (formerly PBS Kids Sprout) is a cable/satellite network that originated as a subnetwork of PBSKids which originates from {{UsefulNotes/Philadelphia}}. Originally launched as a Video on Demand service, Sprout replaced the 24/7 PBS Kids network in 2005. It was a partnership of SesameWorkshop, Apax Partners (a share owned by HITEntertainment prior to its purchase by Mattel), PBS and [=NBCUniversal=] (via the Comcast merger). The latter company became the sole owner late in 2013, with NBCU's international kids' channel joint venture [=KidsCo=] ending in the process.
21st Nov '16 8:50:04 PM JMQwilleran
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* ''Series/TheHoobs''



* ''Kipper''

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* ''Kipper''''WesternAnimation/{{Kipper}}''
13th Nov '16 1:11:06 PM isrflo62
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* ''Nina's World'' (Also airs on NBC Kids)

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* ''Nina's World'' ''WesternAnimation/NinasWorld'' (Also airs on NBC Kids)
15th Oct '16 11:34:05 AM MadMan400096
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In July 2012, Sprout kicked {{Qubo}} to the curb and took over programming NBC and Telemundo's Saturday morning blocks, under the names NBC Kids and [=MiTelemundo=] respectively. With the demise of Creator/{{Vortexx}}, NBC Kids is the last Saturday morning block on a major English-language U.S. commercial TV network to air [[SaturdayMorningCartoon cartoons]], albeit of an educational nature. That'll come to an end in October 2016 in favor of a block from Litton Entertainment branded "The More You Know", based off NBC's long running series of {{public service announcement}}s. On another note, despite PBS no longer owning a stake, several PBS Kids shows still aired on the network until their contract to do so (except ''Caillou'' and ''The Berenstain Bears'', the latter of which hasn't been seen on PBS nationally in years) expired on September 26, 2015.

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In July 2012, Sprout kicked {{Qubo}} to the curb and took over programming NBC and Telemundo's Saturday morning blocks, under the names NBC Kids and [=MiTelemundo=] respectively. With the demise of Creator/{{Vortexx}}, NBC Kids is was the last Saturday morning block on a major English-language U.S. commercial TV network to air [[SaturdayMorningCartoon cartoons]], albeit of an educational nature. That'll come That came to an end in October 2016 in favor of a block from Litton Entertainment branded "The More You Know", based off NBC's long running series of {{public service announcement}}s. On another note, despite PBS no longer owning a stake, several PBS Kids shows still aired on the network until their contract to do so (except ''Caillou'' and ''The Berenstain Bears'', the latter of which hasn't been seen on PBS nationally in years) expired on September 26, 2015.
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