|Genre||Puppetry, sketch comedy, experimental music, electronic music, animation, live-action|
|Created by||Robert Stainton|
|Country of origin||Germany|
|No. of seasons||4|
|No. of episodes||132|
|Executive producer(s)||Stefan Pfaffe|
|Production company(s)|| Kraftwerk|
|Distributor|| Apple Entertainment, Inc.|
Constantin Film AG
|Original channel||The Greeny Channel|
|Original run||January 2nd, 2006 (first series), August 9th, 2016 (second series) – November 3rd, 2008 (first series)|
Preschool Show (or Preescool Show as a result of a misspelled title made by actual preschoolers) was an German-American children's sketch comedy television series that aired between 2006 and 2008 on The Greeny Channel.
Every episode begins with a disclaimer, which reads: "Preschool Show is a very weird and idiotic show, as the result of Ralf and Florian meeting Robert Stainton at a German Weirdos Convention, that should not be viewed by some people of certain ages. This show must be targeted to kids and teens 5-17, unless you are an actual pre-schooler. If you allow an actual pre-schooler to watch this show, you are a bad parent or guardian."
In 2016, Kraftwerk and GreenyWorld Studios renewed Preschool Show for a 4th season (referred to as the second series), which premiered on the Greeny Channel All-Nighter block on August 9th.
Robert Stainton met Ralf and Florian while at a electronics store during breaks of a Kraftwerk concert. They happened to see a episode of Wonder Showzen on a TV they were standing at, and so they decided to make a children's version of it.
- The Children Are Coming! - Shana (an anthropomorphic cat girl played by Crystal Stainton, later Kendall Stainton) leads a journalistic segment with mostly humorous questions, ridiculing interviewees at a given venue. The segment appears in almost every episode.
- Story Time with Devo - The members of Devo read a story to the children.
- Don Schneider - A Spanish womanizer named Don Schneider (portrayed by Florian) travels the world looking for kids in engage with humorous activities with.
- Travelling – Kraftwerk (later the Staintons), imitating little kids, narrate an ostensibly educational trip while old stock film airs.