MPTV PBS Kids TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for MPTV PBS Kids in the Chicago Area

This is the MPTV PBS Kids TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Chicago Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

7:00 AMPeg + Cat + Holidays 
Peg and Cat help Santa make, wrap and deliver presents to all the world's children; Albert Einstein invites Peg and Cat over on Hanukkah; and Peg and Cat coach skiing penguins.
8:00 AMClifford the Big Red Dog 
Emily Elizabeth and Clifford visit the library to find a special book, but, when they arrive, they find that it's missing and was last checked out by Emily Elizabeth.
8:30 AMPinkalicious & Peterrific 
Fashion designers inspire Pinkalicious, Jasmine and Lila to create unique outfits.
9:00 AMSesame Street 
Telly, Abby and Elmo pretend they're superheroes.
9:30 AMEsme & Roy 
A museum trip for the little monsters.
10:00 AMSuper WHY! 
The Super Readers fly into "Peter Rabbit," where they try to help a bunny who likes to munch vegetables in people's gardens.
10:30 AMDaniel Tiger's Neighborhood 
Daniel learns to ride a bicycle after his father gives him one; and Katerina becomes frustrated while learning to perform a magic trick.
11:00 AMDaniel Tiger's Neighborhood 
The Tiger family visits Grandpere. Daniel notices all of the things that are different and all of the things that are the same; and Grandpere takes Daniel on a special sunrise boat ride before the Tiger family heads home.
11:30 AMDinosaur Train 
For Mom's birthday, the family take her to a concert by Cory and her family of Corythosaurus; the Pteranodon family discover that their friend Tank is a vegetarian.
12:00 PMDinosaur Train 
Buddy and family travel to the North Pole, where the kids experience snow for the first time and the entire family celebrates winter solstice. Later they learn about evergreen trees and decorate them at a holiday party.
12:30 PMPinkalicious & Peterrific 
It's a snow day so Pinkalicious, Peter, Rafael and Jasmine build the most pinkatastic sled run ever.
1:00 PMLet's Go Luna! 
Leo is in charge of baby Mathilda for the day, and finds it takes a special glockenspiel to make the baby happy; Honey pretends to be a hamster in distress, prompting Carmen and the others to rescue her from Neuschwanstein Castle.
1:30 PMNature Cat 
Fred dreams of the outdoors.
2:00 PMArthur 
Muffy wants a huge castle at her party, which causes her favorite cherry tree to be cut down in order to make room for it; Francine and Muffy play matchmaker for their older siblings Chip and Catherine.
2:30 PMArthur 
Muffy wants a huge castle at her party, which causes her favorite cherry tree to be cut down in order to make room for it; Francine and Muffy play matchmaker for their older siblings Chip and Catherine.
3:00 PMOdd Squad 
A case of disappearing zeroes; odd things happen to the Bears basketball team.
3:30 PMOdd Squad 
An odd crime at Shapely Manor is investigated.
4:00 PMMolly of Denali 
Suki digs up an old bone tool covered with markings; and Molly announces a contest to design an original flag for the Denali Trading Post.
4:30 PMXavier Riddle and the Secret Museum 
I am Florence Nightingale When Yadina gets the hiccups right before a big show & tell appearance, she turns to Xavier and Brad for help. Unsure how to cure her, the boys have some fun coming up with silly solutions, none of which work.
5:00 PMSplash and Bubbles 
Ripple wants to stay up late to see Whitebeard, a mysterious creature that lives in the North Pole, make his annual appearance in Reeftown; and Reeftown celebrates Coral Day, which is new to Splash.
5:30 PMDinosaur Train 
The Pteranodons travel to the North Pole, where Don wishes to see snow fall again. They also stop to watch the aurora borealis.
6:00 PMLet's Go Luna!: Luna's Christmas Around the World 
Luna, Leo, Andy and Carmen try to save Christmas while learning different holiday traditions.
7:00 PMWild Kratts: A Creature Christmas 
The Kratts put their Christmas celebration on hold when creatures go missing.

How to Watch MPTV PBS Kids

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