Dot, Dee, and Del's Greatest Adventures is an American animated television series produced by Primal Screen and PBS Kids in association with Hanna-Barbera Cartoons and Cartoon Network Productions. The series, which premiered on January 6, 2014, airs dually on PBS Kids (which had been without Sesame Street since it moved to the Disney Channel in 2008) and WarnerNBC's Cartoon Network, is based on the current PBS Kids mascots. The series also serves as PBS Kids' new flagship series, filling the void left behind by Sesame Street after its move to Disney Channel in 2008.
The show revolves around three siblings, Dot, Dee, and Del, as they embark on amazing and bold journeys.
Background and DevelopmentEdit
The idea for a show starring the mascots of a PBS children's block came as early as late 1993, when PBS began running service advertisements for children's programming branded under the name PTV Park.