‘Children’s Learning Adventure’ gets a TV pilot in 2018

The Discovery Channel announced Tuesday that it will develop a children’s learning story in 2018 that will focus on the adventures of two girls and their friends.

The show, “Children’s Lifting,” will premiere in 2018, with an estimated six to eight episodes.

The program, which was inspired by the popular children’s book series “The Lifting of Lifting, a Book About Being Young,” will take place in a world where the most popular child-friendly toys are no longer as popular as they once were.

In the show, the girls, who have grown up in the future, embark on a journey to find the lost treasure of the “Lifting” books, as well as a new way of life that they’re both struggling with.

It will also be about the challenges of living a modern, independent life.

Discovery Channel president and CEO James Dolan told The Washington Post that the show will explore the unique challenges faced by young people today.

“We have a generation that is growing up and going through a lot of challenges that we didn’t even know about,” he said.

“So we want to explore that journey, to understand what makes that kid do that.”

The show is a sequel to “Lifts,” which ran from 2006 to 2010.

The series starred a younger and younger cast of children and adults, and the show’s success helped launch the Discovery Channel.

“Lights, Camera, Action” will be released on Discovery Channel in 2018.

“Childrens Lifting” will debut on the Discovery channel on April 10.