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Sling TV just added even more kids programming

There's new content from Kabillion, Kaboom and Splash.
Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
November 2, 2016
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It seems like every other month, at least, Sling TV brings new content to its video-streaming service. That's great for those of you who pay $20 (or more) for the monthly subscription. The latest update, announced today, focuses on adding even more programming to the Kids Extra bundle. You'll now find over 200 on-demand TV shows and movies from Kabillion, Kaboom and Splash, in addition to what's been available from Disney Junior, TeenNick, NickToons and other similar channels.

As part of this, Sling TV also rolled out a hub called Sling Kids, which makes it easier to find the content you or your little ones want to watch. For example, you can narrow things down by age-appropriate categories, like 5-7 or 8-11 years old. In case you're not aware, Kids Extra does cost $5 per month to add to your existing Sling Orange or Sling Blue account. Still, not a bad price to pay to keep your kids in a chill mood.

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