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Season six of “Sister Wives” continues to follow the trials, tribulations and good times of the polygamist Brown family. The sixth season kicks off with the divorce of Kody and Meri, which begins the process of Kody looking to legally marry Robyn. The season also focuses on Kody’s attempts at legall


Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Dinosaur Train and Curious George are some children’s shows on Public Broadcasting Service, as of 2015. Sid the Science Kid and Sesame Street are other children’s shows on PBS.


PBS Kids is the children’s television programming branch of the Public Service Broadcasting network. As of 2015, PBS Kids offers children's programs, including “Sesame Street,” “Thomas & Friends” and “Wild Kratts,” on 356 public broadcasting stations across the United States.


As of 2015, children's shows on the Public Broadcasting Service network include Arthur, Thomas & Friends, Sesame Street and Wild Kratts. PBS programming airs on more than 350 public broadcasting stations across the United States.


People can view episodes of Season Six of "Sister Wives" on Hulu.com and Amazon.com, as of 2015. Hulu requires a subscription to watch full episodes. Amazon sells full seasons of "Sister Wives" and individual episodes.


Some online PBS games for kids are "Make the Cake," "Clifford's Big Parade" and "Creature Features." These are free to play online at the PBSKids.org website.


Activities available on the PBS Kids website include educational games, educational television shows and e-books. Also available are albums, printable coloring sheets, and links to crafts and activities.


The stars of "Army Wives" included Kim Delaney, Wendy Davis, Sally Pressman, Brigid Brannagh and Catherine Bell. The male stars were Sterling Brown, Brian McNamara, Drew Fuller, Terry Serpico and Jeremy Davidson. Stars that later joined the cast were Kelli Williams, Brooke Shields, Ashanti, Alyssa D


As of May 2015, cooking shows on PBS include "The Great British Baking Show," "Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking" and "The Mind of a Chef." Martha Stewart also currently has two cooking programs on the network: "Martha Stewart's Cooking School" and "Martha Bakes."


Mark Williams stars as the title character in the BBC period crime drama "Father Brown," airing on PBS. Williams is best known for his portrayal of Arthur Weasley in the "Harry Potter" film series.