Treehouse TV is a Canadian network targeted at preschool-age audiences, named after a YTV program block. If YTV is the Canadian Nickelodeon, then Treehouse is the Canadian Nick Jr., but with rather more variety. Aside from Nick programming, Treehouse has also aired shows from Playhouse Disney and PBS Kids, as well as some original shows of its own.Treehouse TV is owned by Corus Entertainment, the same company that owns Nelvana, which means that Treehouse's lineup is dominated by Nelvana programming. If you live in the United States, you may have seen Treehouse's logo on recent DVD releases of certain programs, or as a production company logo at the end of a program, particularly on Qubo. Treehouse has also recently released a series of personal care products (shampoo, lotion, etc.) featuring their logo and Nelvana characters. At this time, these are marketed only in Canada. So No Export for You, unless you choose to do it yourself. There are online Canadian stores that will sell them to you, though don't expect to get off cheaply.According to The Other Wiki, they've recently branched into Jamaica and the Bahamas, but so far have not indicated any interests in branching out further.The international equivalent of the channel was KidsCo, which covers Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia and New Zealand, and carried a mixture of Nelvana and DiC Entertainment programming, albeit with a bias towards the latter's programs. It was royally screwed over by NBCUniversal and, to a lesser extent, DHX Media (who inherited the partnership from Cookie Jar Entertainment, who inherited the partnership when they bought up DiC Entertainment), when both companies backed out of the partnership in 2012.