Yippee - "Watch Something Good.” Watch VeggieTales, Madeline, Parent Approved YouTubers and more! A new streaming service for your growing family. It’s screen time you can feel good about.
Start your free 7-day trial now!
• No ads
• No algorithms
• No attitudes
• No need for parental reviews
• Our shows are made and curated for families
BUILT BY PARENTS
The Yippee app is built by parents, aunts, uncles, and children’s leaders who care about the well-being of our kids. Every show is vetted by parents to make sure it's something we would feel comfortable letting our own kids watch.
The only place to binge-watch new and old VeggieTales! Tune in for a new episode releasing every month! Plus, enjoy 53 Original VeggieTales and brand new fun remixes.
FUN shows made for kids ages 2-10. Yippee has everything from animation to live-action -- ranging from faith-based content to shows that boost children’s emotional quotient.
• World-Class Animation
• Premium Original Series
• Curated YouTubers
Start your free trial today! Only $7.99 a month or a special price of $79 for your first year. Cancel anytime.
Herky becomes a famous hero after saving Sam Sticky at Frosty Pines, and suddenly lets it all go to his head. When it comes time to save Sam again, Herky gets stuck himself and soon learns the importance of teamwork.
Jay Jay and his friends go on a camping trip, but Jay Jay is intent on hiding his morning Wing Wiggling exercises from everyone, since he worries if someone sees him, they'll think he's silly. He soon learns everyone else has something that seems silly, but it doesn't have to be kept secret.
Old Oscar is excited to hear his old friend Winnie Winger is coming out to visit him, but he believes she's coming to see his famous stunt, the Double-Over-Under-Upside-Down-Loop-de-Loop. Jay Jay helps him practice the move so he's ready, unaware of that Winnie is only here to visit her old frien...
When Jay Jay has a bad dream, he is too scared to go to sleep and refuses to tell his friends why. He later turns to an adult for, which is how he'll feel better about doing something good when feeling bad.