Tiny Pop to air Spin Master’s Mighty Express

Published on: 18th August 2022

Spin Master Entertainment’s Mighty Express episodes will be premiered for the first time on Tiny Pop from Thursday 1st September 2022.

The pre-school show Mighty Express from Spin Master Entertainment is set in a place called Tracksville which is a world run by kids and trains; a playful. quirky world of criss-crossed rail tracks. A team of trains and their kid buddies have to keep things moving and deliver their cargo regardless of what fun-filled adventures come their way. There are various different train characters: Fast Freight Nate, Mechanic Milo, Build-It Brock, Rescue Ray, Farmer Faye and many more. The special trains each have their own roles within Tracksville and their own individual set of tools and cargo trains helping them to deliver carloads of fun and on time, The Mighty Express journeys themselves are full of fun, thrilling, fast-paced and exciting action and there can be twists and turns along the way.

Commercial kids channel Tiny Pop is a the free to air channel that has been entertaining young audiences since its UK launch in 2007, with shows like Super Wings, PJ Masks, Dino Ranch, Elmo’s World, Cookie Monster’s Foodie Truck, Strawberry Shortcake and True and the Rainbow Kingdom. For more information, visit

Season one of Mighty Express (56 x 11’ episodes) premieres on Tiny Pop from Thursday, 1st September. There are 56 x 11 minute episode available in total.

Tiny Pop is available on Freeview 207, Sky 615, Virgin 737 and Freesat 605.


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