Viacom said in a blog post Monday that it will launch a standalone offering of its pre-school kids’ network Noggin on Amazon Prime Video Channels in May.
The network, which delivers curriculum-driven content to preschoolers, will be priced at $7.99 per month.
Noggin includes programming from Nickelodeon like Blaze and the Monster Machines, Bubble Guppies and Team Umizoomi; short-form videos; educational content; music videos featuring Nick characters; and more than 1,500 full-length library episodes of PAW Patrol, Dora the Explorer, Peppa Pig,Blue’s Clues, Max & Ruby, Go, Diego, Go!, Peter Rabbit and others.
“Our audiences continue to enjoy Viacom content in more places and with more flexibility than ever before,” said Viacom executive vice president, head of distribution and business development Tom Gorke in a statement. “The availability of Noggin on Prime Video Channels will be a great new way for Nickelodeon fans to watch and interact with the best in preschool content on the popular Amazon platform.”
Nickelodeon launched Noggin as a stand-alone app in February 2015.