Nick Jr – Watch Kids TV Shows Mod Apk
Welcome to Nick Jr. — the home of family-friendly shows for preschoolers like Blues Clues & You!, PAW Patrol, Bubble Guppies, Baby Shark’s Big Show, Peppa Pig, Blaze and the Monster Machines and more!
INSTANTLY WATCH THE NEWEST FULL EPISODES ON-DEMAND
If you’re a Nick Jr. channel subscriber, you can sign in with your TV provider (now including Xfinity) to access hundreds of full episodes including:
Baby Shark’s Big Show
Blaze and the Monster Machines
Blues Clues & You!
Dora The Explorer
Face’s Music Party
Kiri + Lou
Ryan’s Mystery Playdate
Santiago of the Seas
The Adventures of Paddington
The Tiny Chef Show
And many more!
DISCOVER ORIGINAL VIDEOS FOR FREE
Find original Nick Jr. educational clips and entertaining exclusive videos that are sure to get your kids learning and laughing!
Visit the app regularly to discover new clips and episodes all the time.
Log into the app via AT&T U-verse, Spectrum, Cox, Direct TV, Direct TV Stream, Dish, Hulu, Xtreme, Optimum, Philo, Verizon and YouTube TV
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