Tuesday, February 08, 2022

Virgin Media Gives TV Customers Free Access to Kids Channels and Programmes for February 2022 Half Term

Say hello to 7 extra channels!
Have a telly treat on Virgin Media, with Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Boomerang and more amazing kids channels available at no extra cost

Kids TV open window

From Monday 7 February to Tuesday 8 March, Virgin Media is giving Virgin TV customers with the Player, Mixit and Maxit (with no kids pick) packages access to seven epic kids channels! Get ready to enjoy Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Nick Jr. Too, Nicktoons, Cartoon Network, Cartoonito and Boomerang (plus all their shows in On Demand) at no extra cost! All you have to do is get the popcorn popping!

There’s a whole host of colourful characters waiting to entertain the little ones, including the beloved The Smurfs, PAW Patrol, Henry Danger, Horrid Henry, plus many, many more. And don’t forget they can also watch hundreds of episodes of their favourite shows when they want via the Virgin TV Go app.

Read on for a closer look at the extra channels available to you in February and March, then take a look at just some of the highlights that’ll have the little ones hooked…

Until Tuesday 8 March

Nickelodeon (CH 712)
Nick Jr. (CH 715)
Nick Jr. Too (CH 716)
NickToons (CH 717)
Cartoon Network (CH 704)
Cartoonito (CH 706)
Boomerang (CH 730)

The Smurfs
Starts Monday 21 February on NickToons (CH 717)

What’s blue, was born in the 1980s and loves a boogie? No Millennial parents, it’s not you when Eiffel 65 comes on, it’s the teeny-tiny (three-apples tall, to be precise) humanoids that love nothing more than swinging, larking and even Smurf-Fu-ing around their enchanted forest. With all the charm and absurdity the series is known for, it’s time to get silly, Smurf-style.  

Find it in On Demand > Box Sets

Think becoming a superhero is easy? Think again. When four new recruits join the Swellview Academy for the Gifted, they soon find out that becoming the saviours of the universe isn’t always plain sailing in this hit comedy series. With team leader Captain Man’s expectations higher than a superhero in the sky, can the youngsters prove their worth and truly master their powers?

PAW Patrol
Everyday on Nick Jr. (CH 715)

PAW Patrol is one of the most popular preschool shows on television. The CGI-animated series, produced by Spin Master Entertainment, follows a pack of heroic rescue pups—Chase, Marshall, Rubble, Skye, Rocky, Zuma, Everest and Tracker—who are led by a tech-savvy boy named Ryder. Together, they work hard to show the people of Adventure Bay that "no job is too big, no pup is too small!" The series features a curriculum that focuses on citizenship, social skills and problem solving.

Everyday on Nick Jr. (CH 715)

Join Peppa along with her family and friends, including George, Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig, and Suzy Sheep in adventures that teach kids about friendship, cooperation, and feelings. Oink!

And that’s not all!

For more information about the channels available and where to find them, Virgin Media subscribers can check out their updated channel guide.

David Bouchier, Chief TV & Entertainment Officer at Virgin Media O2, said:

“While many families will be enjoying the great outdoors during half term, we have them covered with a stellar kids TV line-up of entertainment options, catering for all ages from toddlers to teens.”

The full channel list includes: Cartoon Network, Cartoon Network +1, Cartoonito, Nickelodeon, Nick +1, Nickelodeon HD, Nick Junior, Nick Jr Too, Nicktoons, Boomerang, Boomerang +1 and Cartoon Network HD.

H/T: Special thanks to @RegularTweetsUK for the news!; Additional sources: Cord BustersISPreview UK.

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