Amazon Prime Video lifts paywall on kid’s titles

Amazon Prime Video has made a selection of kids and family content available free to watch on Prime Video for all Amazon customers.

This includes Amazon Original kids and family shows, select third party family movies and TV series licensed in cooperation with several studio partners.

“We continue to explore opportunities to make a wider selection of content available for customers,” an Amazon Prime spokesperson told TV Tonight.

List of titles available:

· Click, Clack, Moo: Christmas at the Farm
· Bug Diaries
· Costume Quest
· Creative Galaxy
· Danger and Eggs
· Dangerous Book for Boys
· Gortimer Gibbons Life on Normal Street
· If You Give A Mouse A Cookie
· Jessy and Nessy
· Just Add Magic
· Just Add Magic: Mystery City
· Little Big Awesome
· Lost in Oz
· Niko and the Sword of Light
· Pete the Cat
· The Snowy Day
· The Stinky and Dirty Show
· Tumble Leaf
· Wishenpoof
· Zafari
· Dragons – Riders of Berk
· Peppa Pig (season 1)
· Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom

To access the free kids and family content on Amazon Prime Video, families don’t need a Prime membership, just an Amazon account, which is free and can easily be set up on amazon. (www.amazon.com.au) Families can then watch the free movies and TV shows through the Prime Video app which is free to download on compatible smart TVs, mobile devices, Apple TV, game consoles, Chromecast or via www.primevideo.com.

One Comment:

  1. Jᴏʜɴɴʏ 1ᴘ5

    Noticed that today and it’s a good addition with TV Shows. Movies. Kids. across the top in different Menus, be really nice if they one day put Australian at the top like that. Guessing one day we might even get Channels like the US (with STV content like Fetch have for a small price) and maybe a quick link to Twitch to make it easier using the free Twitch Prime extra.

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