Religious Edutainment is that genre which seeks to teach children (and sometimes adults) the tenets and values of their religion. (Or at the very least, their care-givers' religion.) The name shares a root with a portmanteau of Education and Entertainment, and shares many of the same tropes.
- Adventures in Odyssey
- The Apocalypse series
- The Babylon Rising series
- Chick Tracts
- The Children of the Last Days series
- The Christ Clone Trilogy
- The Chronicles of Narnia
- Davey and Goliath
- The Dragon Keeper Chronicles
- The Flying House
- The Gospel Bill Show
- The Left Behind book series
- Lenny and Sid
- Veggie Tales
- The 700 Club
- The "Eternal Word Television Network" (a Roman Catholic network) has entire blocks of programming aimed at children (e.g, The Friar) and teenagers (e.g., Life on the Rock).
- Adventures from the Book of Virtues
- Osamu Tezuka's In The Beginning: Bible Stories.
- The Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible
- Injil Hidup Berkemenangan
- The Underground Zealot series.
- Shari Lewis and her puppets Lamb Chop, Charley Horse and Hush Puppy
- Lamb Chop's Special Chanukah (in 1995)
- Shari's Passover Surprise (in 1996)
- The Israeli version of Sesame Street, which was recorded in English and featured many American Jews on the show
- The Magic Door
- Rugrats had a couple of episodes centered on Hannukah and Passover.
- Oracle of Tao. It's teaching a strange syncretic religion (a mixture of at least three religions). But mostly Taoism, as the name implies.