Shows That Should Not Be On the List Best PBS Kids Shows


The Top Ten

1 Arthur Arthur Arthur is a Canadian/American animated educational television series for children, created by Cookie Jar Group and WGBH for PBS.

Arthur's the best show ever! - andrewteel

This show is boring - EpicJake


2 Barney & Friends Barney & Friends Barney & Friends is an American children's television series aimed at children from ages 1 to 8, created by Sheryl Leach and produced by HIT Entertainment. It premiered on PBS on April 6, 1992. The series features the title character Barney, a purple anthropomorphic tyrannosaurus rex who conveys educational more.

Everyones least favorite.

3 Caillou Caillou Caillou is a Canadian educational children's television series that was first shown on Télétoon and Teletoon, with its first episode airing on the former channel on September 15, 1997; the show later moved to Treehouse TV, with its final episode being shown on that channel on October 3, 2010. The more.

Caillou deserves to be on here! - andrewteel

Instead I have to angle

4 Super Why Super Why Super Why! or The Reading Adventures of Super Why! is an American-Canadian children's CGI animated show developed by Angela Santomero and Samantha Freeman Alpert. The series is produced by New York City-based Out of the Blue Enterprises and Toronto-based DHX Media through its Decode Entertainment division. more.

Super Why is an educational show for kids like Sesame Street does. - andrewteel

5 Teletubbies Teletubbies Teletubbies is a British pre-school children's television series created by Ragdoll Productions' Anne Wood CBE and Andrew Davenport, who wrote each of the show's 365 episodes .

They sound gibberish like they come from another planet. - andrewteel

6 Sid the Science Kid Sid the Science Kid Sid the Science Kid is an American half-hour CGI animated series that aired on PBS Kids from September 1, 2008 to March 25, 2013, with a total of 68 half-hour episodes produced over two seasons. The computer generated show is produced by The Jim Henson Company and then-PBS member KCET in Los Angeles, more.

You must see super why is rolling in tomorrow. Nest swap is dinosaur train and the train is going home and going home cilp staying home. Barely. That’s why you got the one that I will. New teletubbies back in nick jr.
Recordings. Going home

7 WordGirl WordGirl WordGirl is an American children’s animated television series produced by the Soup2Nuts animation unit of Scholastic Entertainment for PBS Kids.

I agree, because it is the worst rip off ever. It ripped off Ed Edd n Eddy. My favorite Cartoon Network show. Glad this show got canceled back in 2015. It deserves to be canceled, because it's a idiot show. It's even worse than Sid the science kid.

8 WordWorld WordWorld WordWorld is an American CGI animated television series that debuted on PBS Kids. It was created by Don Moody, Jacqueline Moody, Peter Schneider and Gary Friedman. WordWorld was produced by The Learning Box and WTTW-TV. The series premiered on September 3, 2007 and ended on January 17, 2011 with 45 more.
9 Peg+Cat

How creative. She named her cat Cat. And it looks like it’s drawn by a drunk 2 year old with colorblind

10 Splash and Bubbles Splash and Bubbles Splash and Bubbles is an American computer-animated children's television series created by John Tartaglia.

Wild can catch a fish ok 2016 coming soon

The Contenders

11 Make Way for Noddy

Noddy and the big boring world. - EpicJake

12 It's a Big Big World

Fantastic show! I was taken way buy one

13 Boohbah Boohbah Boohbah is a British children's television programme created by Anne Wood. It premiered on 14 April 2003 on ITV in the United Kingdom, followed by its Nick Jr.

Nick if convicted he would

14 Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks

Even when I was little, I hated this show!

15 Peep and the Big Wide World Peep and the Big Wide World Peep and the Big Wide World is a Canadian–American animated children's television series created by Canadian Animator Kaj Pindal and based on the 1988 short film Peep and the Big Wide World produced by the National Film Board of Canada, which itself is based on the 1962 short film The Peep Show, also more.
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