Virgin Media is making its full range of premium kids entertainment and learning-based programmes available for all 3.5 million TV customers until 31 October, at no extra cost.

Until the end of the month, all Virgin TV customers in the UK will be given free access to 13 kids pay TV channels including BabyTV, Cartoon Network, Cartoonio, Boomerang, Nickelodeon, NickToons, and Nick Jr.

From zany animated adventures to cartoon classics, families will be able to tune in to a whole host of shows that encourage learning through play, with thousands of episodes available On Demand.

The free kids TV offering, which runs until 31 October, caters for a broad range of ages with popular shows including Peppa Pig, PAW Patrol, Baby Shark’s Big Show, SpongeBob SquarePants, Scooby Doo and Guess Who, Moley, Fireman Sam, Top Wing and many more.

Customers will also be able to stream hundreds of free educational videos and kids box sets from their mobile or tablet devices, via the Virgin TV Go app.

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

“Ahead of half term, we are giving all of our Virgin TV customers access to our full range of kids channels and on demand programmes at no extra cost.

“Our kids TV line-up provides families with an eclectic mix of entertainment options, catering for all ages, from toddlers to teens – whether they are looking for educational programmes or want to tune into some cartoon classics.”


Notes to editors

  • Virgin Media is making its full range of kids pay TV channels and on-demand programming available to all customers, at no extra cost, until 06:00 31 October. They are: Cartoon Network, Cartoon Network +1, Cartoonito, Nickelodeon, Nick +1, Nickelodeon HD, Nick Junior, Nick Jr Too, Nicktoons, Boomerang, Boomerang +1, Cartoon Network HD, Baby TV
  • The premium channels are usually available with the Kids TV Pick for £5 per month, with BabyTV available at an additional £5 per month
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