Focused on Kids: stories, play, learning and entertainment.
In this stylish non-verbal comedy, hapless stylists Rory and Leander are faced with demanding customers with absurd hair issues which they attack with enthusiasm but little competence. Luckily the sweeper Dog, who seems to be running a canine salon of his own, has the situation under control. (Animated)
If You Had To...
When two kids answer the question “If you had to, “ choosing between two absurd and sometimes terrible choices (spring legs/giraffe neck, no bones, no face) they then have to live their choice with ridiculous consequences until the school bus arrives. (Animated)
Music videos with catchy lyrics about mundane things in a kid’s life—waiting for my friend, can’t find my other shoe, weird pet being weird—sung by Sparsh Shah. (Animated)
Hand & Foot
Simply the best show ever made about sisters who love each other but fight a lot where one is a hand and the other is a foot. (Animated)
What's The Weirdest?!
Rena, our host and collector of the weirdest stuff on Earth dispatches her three weirdos (Fezzine, Fedorka and Herb) to comb a variety store for the weirdest thing they can find in sixty seconds. She chooses one thing to be the weirdest and one weirdo to be the winner each episode. (Live Action)
Don't Mix Us Up!
A series of incredibly catchy music videos about things that are easily mixed up but absolutely should not be—like cabbage and lettuce, mustaches and eyebrows and Kentucky and Tennessee. (Animated)
This is a show about a friendship literally born out of the messes a little girl makes. Whether she spills her milk, knocks over her glue, or throws-up rainbow cupcakes, our hero can always rely on her friend emerging from the mess and leading her on a wild journey. (Animated)
Tress is not a show about a girl with a pink beard—it’s a show about Tress, who has a pink beard, but also a dad and a brother and a million followers she likes to talk to through her videos as she lives her life in a sleepy town in Maine. (Animated)
Our approachable and enthusiastic host Jeremy uses three different building systems per 10 minute show—Minecraft, Lego, cardboard, clay, Roblox and more—to re-create a famous landmark or archetypal image. Part how-to, part design exercise, Build 3X inspires kids to observe, innovate and make cool things. (Live Action)