Noggin Streaming Service Officially Shut Down


Noggin, the educational streaming service aimed at toddlers and preschoolers, officially shut down on July 2nd, 2024, leaving many parents scrambling for alternatives.

A Decade of Learning and Laughter

Launched in 2015, Noggin offered a library of original shows and classic favorites designed to entertain and educate young children. Shows like “Moose and Zee,” “Hey Duggee,” and “Sesame Street Workshop” captivated young audiences with interactive elements, catchy songs, and age-appropriate lessons. Noggin prided itself on being a safe, ad-free space where parents could trust their children to learn and play.

Paramount Reboots the Content

Noggin’s demise follows its acquisition by Paramount Global in 2020. While the platform is shutting down, many Noggin shows will find a new home on Paramount+, the company’s broader streaming service. However, a key feature – Noggin’s library of educational games and ebooks – will not be making the transition.

Parents Left Seeking Alternatives

The closure of Noggin leaves a gap in the educational streaming landscape for young children. Parents who relied on Noggin’s curated content and ad-free environment are now faced with finding new options. Potential alternatives include PBS Kids, Sesame Street Workshop, and educational offerings on platforms like Disney+.

A Legacy of Fun and Learning

Despite its closure, Noggin’s legacy lives on. The platform introduced a generation of children to the joy of learning through engaging characters and interactive experiences. While parents adjust to the changing landscape of children’s entertainment, Noggin’s impact on early childhood education will undoubtedly be remembered.

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