Sky customers will be able to enjoy new children's TV shows this summer, including Aliens Love Underpants.
The show is one of many new additions to its roster of children's programmes to be made available to TV customers and users of the Sky Kids app.
Other upcoming programmes include Miniteve, a series of short-form documentaries for young people, Big Block Singsong, another short-form series with cartoons and music, and comedy show Bear Behaving Badly.
Lucy Murphy, Head of Kids Content at Sky, commented: "At Sky, we have the very best range of entertainment for kids and their families.
"We know kids will love these new shows."
Children's programmes are available on demand both through the dedicated Sky Kids app and via the young people's sections on Sky Q, Sky Go, Sky+ and online streaming service NOW TV with a Kids Pass.
Features of the Sky Kids app include the ability to set up profiles with programmes tailored to children's ages.
Parents can then let their kids personalise them with a Sky Buddy avatar, whose clothes and hairstyle can be changed.
The Sky Kids app also offers a Sleep Mode function, along with an Up Next feature that prompts users if the next episode in a series they are watching is available.
Furthermore, the Just Watched function lets children continue watching a show and pick up where they last left off, or see what they have recently watched in the home screen of the app.
Users can also watch their favourite shows without a Wi-Fi connection courtesy of the offline playback feature.