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Watch New Episodes of ‘Molly of Denali,’ Nov 1-5!

October 29, 2021 Becky Marburger Leave a Comment

PBS KIDS marks the start of Native American Heritage Month with a week of all-new episodes from Molly of Denali!

The lineup starts with a special story in which Molly finds inspiration from the real-life Alaska Native and civil rights leader Elizabeth Peratrovich, who was instrumental in the passing of the first anti-discrimination law in the United States in 1945 – almost 20 years before the Civil Rights Act.

Learn more now about all of the new Molly of Denali episodes airing this week on PBS Wisconsin.

New Episodes

Molly & Elizabeth; Uqiquq (Throw Party)

Broadcast times beginning Monday, Nov. 1

Molly is excited to show visitors around Qyah, but they don’t think she is “Native enough” for the job; Tooey’s family throws a special celebration to honor his first catch.

Mouse in the Treehouse; Leader of the Pack

Broadcast times beginning Tuesday, Nov. 2

Molly and Tooey design their dream treehouse, complete with a windmill and elevator, but plans might have to change when Tooey’s cat gets loose; Tooey’s puppy doesn’t like following directions.

Butterflies and Bunny Babies; Every Meow and Again

Broadcast times beginning Wednesday, Nov. 3

Molly and Trini find baby hares in their butterfly garden; Molly and Tooey find a stray cat in Qyah.

Come Back Birdie!; Winter Is Coming

Broadcast times beginning Thursday, Nov. 4

Molly plants fireweed in hopes of attracting a rare hummingbird; Molly must handle a surprise shipment when she organizes the Trading Post in preparation for winter.

Trini’s Super Coop; Trini’s Winter Warm Up

Broadcast times beginning Friday, Nov. 5

Trini must figure out how to make her mom omelets when the chickens stop laying eggs; Trini doesn’t like Alaska’s cold winter and thinks about moving back to Texas.

Looking for More PBS KIDS?

The free PBS KIDS Video App now allows users to download full episodes and clips from select shows, including Daniel Tiger’s NeighborhoodWild KrattsOdd SquadElinor Wonders WhyDinosaur Train and more! Families can then watch the PBS KIDS content offline in the app on mobile and tablet devices (iOS, Android and Amazon Fire). This step-by-step guide explains how to download videos using the app.

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