A ShakeSparagus Play – A Lesson in Humility“, the newest episode of VEGGIETALES, has released exclusively on Yippee TV.  New episodes of the beloved series launch each month through a partnership between Yippee TV and BIG IDEA, part of the Universal Pictures Content Group – https://www.yippee.tv/veggietales
 
“A ShakeSparagus Play – A Lesson in Humility“ joins other 2020 titles, including “Cool to be Kind,” “The Power of Love,” “A Lifetime Supply of Joy,” “God Wants Us to Make Peace,” and “The Best Christmas Gift.”  August 1 will launch the next installment, titled “When Being Good Means Giving Up.”
 
“VeggieTales wants to help children know God’s love for them and how to love our neighbors as ourselves. And learning to look out for the interests of others is an important part of loving our neighbors and a valuable lesson for today’s young children,” explains Leslie Ferrell, SVP of BigIdea Content Group NBCU. “We’re very excited that Yippee is making this show available for kids and families everywhere.”
 
Complementing these new monthly episodes, Yippee TV also shares new VeggieTales library compilations each includes a remix of a popular silly song and the largest library of VeggieTales episodes available on any platform.
 
Yippee TV continues to break the mold when creating family-friendly content, committed to their “No ads. No algorithms. No attitudes” guarantee. The platform boasts not only licensed content including these VeggieTales titles, curated YouTube stars, and beloved series, but intriguing Yippee TV originals, including Making Magic at Home with Justin Flom, The Bethkes, Time2Dance, The Yippee Show, Pete and Penelope, and the only car show for kids, Backseat Drivers.
 
Launched in December 2019, Yippee is a streaming service and destination for families curated with safe, engaging entertainment for children aged 2-10. “Many of our team at Yippee grew up watching VeggieTales, and are honored to get to share these new episodes with both the Yippee audience and our own children as well,” says Brandon Piety, Head of Yippee. “I can’t think of a brand that aligns better with our motto that ‘characters build character’.”

Source: Biscuit Media Group

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