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About Odd Squad
On Monday, June 20, 2016, PBS KIDS premieres Season 2 of the hit series ODD SQUAD with a one-hour special, followed by additional episode debuts throughout the week. This season, the multiple Emmy-winning show from The Fred Rogers Company and Sinking Ship Entertainment will present all-new adventures when two new recruits, Agents Olympia (Anna Cathcart) and Otis (Isaac Kragten), join the Odd Squad. Following the ODD SQUAD premiere week in June, guest stars Jack McBrayer (30 Rock) and Hannah Simone (New Girl) bring their comedic talents to the PBS KIDS summer event of the season, ODD SQUAD: The Movie, which debuts Monday, August 1.
“ODD SQUAD has become a hugely popular phenomenon, reaching 10 million children in the past year alone* and with more than 600 million streams on digital platforms to date**,” said Lesli Rotenberg, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Children’s Media and Education, PBS. “With the new episodes and first-ever movie from ODD SQUAD this summer, we hope to reach even more kids with a series that research has shown is highly effective at developing the kinds of problem-solving skills that they will need to thrive in the digital economy of the future.”
In the upcoming ODD SQUAD: The Movie, when a rival group of adults called Weird Team arrives with a gadget that fixes any odd problem, Odd Squad is run out of business. The agents are forced to disband and return to life as regular kids. When they learn the gadget isn’t solving problems, but only covering them up, the original Odd Squad agents, Olive and Otto, return to team up with the new Odd Squad. Together, they use math and teamwork to disprove Weird Team and prevent rampant oddness.
In each episode of ODD SQUAD, the agents use math and collaboration skills to solve problems. In a recent study from WestEd, “Odd Squad: Learning Math with PBS KIDS Transmedia Content at School and at Home,” first-graders’ knowledge of algebraic thinking, as well as numbers and operations, increased significantly after using ODD SQUAD digital and hands-on resources.Source