Most kids will be spending more time than usual at home this summer as families continue social distancing due to COVID-19. Kids can stay entertained in June and July with a slate of new programming from Kabillion and Kabillion Girls Rule!

Kabillion is showcasing WWE, LEGO, and Batman in its summer lineup, as well as some Father’s Day specials that the whole family can watch together. Kabillion Girls Rule! is putting the spotlight on Barbie and Bobby’s World, including TV specials for both Father’s Day and Independence Day. Check out the programming below!

On Kabillion:

  • Bakugan Battle Brawlers: “The Story of Vestroia” (featured in June): Lured by an invitation to celebrate their world-class rankings, five of the top 10 Bakugan players gather at a mysterious mansion.
  • Dream Defenders: “Hi, Dad” (featured in June): Zeus locates Dr. Daedelus, his missing creator, while scanning the Dreamworlds. Despite suspecting a trap, Zane and Zoey go to the Dreamworlds to attempt a rescue. When they end up stranded as well, Zeus must recruit Tucker and Patel to help them.
  • Future Card BuddyFight: “Mage Garga! A Magic World Buddyfight!” (featured in June): Yuga finds a Magic World card that belonged to his father and decides to explore its possibilities.
  • Hero 108: “Prince of Seagulls” (featured in June): After an ill-advised attack against Big Green, Seagull King and his son decide to join the rebel cause. Once inside the turtle shell base, the Seagull King puts everyone down, including his princely offspring.

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  • Sonic X: “Shadow World” (featured in June): Sonic visits Eggman’s grandfather.
  • Transformers Animated: “Transwarped” (featured in June): Prime tries to settle a rift between Sumdac and Sari, who refuses to believe her father’s story of how she came to be. Meanwhile, Shockwave frantically tries to coordinate the Decepticon invasion of Cybertron in the absence of Megatron.
  • Wild Grinders: “Picnic of Doom” (featured in June): Lil Rob attends Gene’s company picnic. The father and son compete against Stubford and Track for the company trophy: the Golden Tool. But when Lil Rob and Gene prove to be the superior team, Stubford leads them to new, rigged games to assure his victory.
  • Zevo 3: “Daddy Dearest” (featured in June): Stankfoot decides to pay tribute to his late father by destroying New Eden’s “mega dam” and flooding the city. Matt’s latest techno gadget has alienated him from his teammates and Ellie is distracted by a new boy, so it’s up to Jason to save his city and his teammates.
  • WWE: “We All Scream for Ice Cream” (featured in June/July): Wrestler CM Punk brawls with Damien Sandow over the value of wisdom versus ice cream.
  • WWE: “Sundae in the Park with Punk” (featured in June/July): CM Punk accidentally spills onto the Miz’s pristine business suit and a battle over who should pay the dry-cleaning bill ensues.

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  • LEGO City: “Jungle Rumble No. 1” (featured in June/July): When LEGO explorers venture into the jungle trying to track a panther, they keep finding danger around every corner.
  • LEGO City: “Jungle Rumble No. 2” (featured in June/July): The summer adventure continues as the LEGO team explores the deepest, darkest part of the Jungle.
  • LEGO City: “Jungle Rumble No. 3” (featured in June/July): In the conclusion of “Jungle Rumble,” the LEGO explorers find it’s time to run for their lives.
  • Batman Unlimited: “Boardwalk Battle” (featured in July): Batman and the Joker go for a wild ride on the carnival’s boardwalk this summer.
  • Sonic X: “A Revolutionary Tale” (featured in July): Shadow fights alongside the rebels and they are able to force the Metarex to retreat in this revolutionary tale.

On Kabillion Girls Rule!

  • Bobby’s World: “My Dad Can Fix Anything” (featured in June): Bobby’s dad tries to fix a plumbing problem in the house … without much luck.
  • Bobby’s World: “A Day With Dad” (featured in June): Bobby helps his dad and Uncle Ted fix the bathroom light so he can go to Legumeland.
  • Bobby’s World: “Dad’s Big Day” (featured in June): It’s Dad’s big day and Bobby can’t figure out what to get him. If Father’s Day goes downhill, will that be the end of Bobby’s allowance?
  • Chloe’s Closet: “Flower Power” (featured in June): It’s Summer Time Sun Fun, when Chloe and her friends travel to Holland to watch the tulips bloom but a grumpy gnome has cast a spell to block the sun!
  • Chloe’s Closet: “Sun Daze” (featured in June): Chloe and her friends visit a fairy land that is always light. It turns out the Sun has lost her “comfort blankie” and can’t sleep without it.
  • Chloe’s Closet: “A Camping We Will Go!” (featured in June/July): Chloe and her friends encounter a “scary monster” while camping, but he turns out to be a very small and very loud bullfrog.
  • Barbie: “The Sweetest Journey” (featured in June/July): It’s a summer hike with Barbie and Chelsea, but Chelsea runs ahead, as Barbie takes her sweet time.

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  • Bobby’s World: “Beach Blanket Bobby” (featured in June/July): Uncle Ted takes the family out on his new boat. Things get crazy as the family becomes castaways.
  • Bobby’s World: “Swim By Me” (featured in June/July): When Derek saves Bobby from drowning during Bobby’s first visit to the public pool, two things happen: Derek becomes Bobby’s unwilling hero and Martha declares that Bobby needs swimming lessons.
  • Bobby’s World: “Fish Tales” (featured in July): It’s summer camping time as the Generics go camping in Canada.
  • Bobby’s World: “Independence Bobby” (featured in July): Bobby’s got a lot of learning to do about what his country went through to become independent and if he is ready to be independent yet himself.
  • Bobby’s World: “See America Last” (featured in July): The family goes on a road trip to the Grand Canyon. Unfortunately, the trip doesn’t go as smoothly as Bobby’s dad thought it would.

Kabillion and Kabillion Girls Rule! are the free to watch, available on-demand on most cable and satellite services and streaming on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Sling TV, and XUMO.

Families can also visit the freebies section of the Kabillion website for printable and downloadable word searches, coloring pages, and more at-home activities.

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