Amazon Begins to offer Dozens of Children’s Series For Free

Amazon Begins to offer Dozens of Children's Series For Free

In recent days we have seen how many streaming platforms have lowered the quality of their videos to reduce the impact on European networks during these weeks of quarantine. At first, it was Netflix, but then other Internet giants such as YouTube, Facebook, and Prime Video ended up joining, all in order to avoid congestion due to the high data consumption that is being recorded in this month of March.

But it’s not all negative news, since as of this week Amazon has decided to open part of its Prime Video children’s programming to the public, including series like Peppa Pig or Vickie the Viking.

The catalog has twenty titles, including self-created productions such as Costume Quest, The Dangerous Book for Children, and The Life of Gortimer Gibbon, among others. All this content will now be available on Prime Video for free for all Amazon users, whether we are Prime customers or not. It is enough to have an Amazon account to access.

Complete List of the 22 Free Series That Amazon Now Offers

  • Bug diaries
  • creative galaxy
  • If you give a mouse cookies
  • Jessy and Nessy
  • Pete the cat
  • A snowy day
  • The Stinky and Dirty show
  • leaf in the wind
  • Wish granted
  • Costume Quest
  • Danger & Eggs
  • The dangerous book for boys
  • Gortimer Gibbon’s life on Normal Street
  • A pinch of magic
  • A pinch of magic in the mysterious city
  • Lost in Oz
  • Niko and the illuminated sword
  • Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom
  • Horrible Histories: The movie
  • Caillou
  • Peppa Pig
  • Vickie the Viking

This entire list of children’s series is joined by around 80 movies for all audiences that can now also be seen for free on Amazon’s other streaming service, IMDb TV (a service that is currently only available in the US or via VPN ). Here we will find other movies like Scooby-Doo: The Movie, Shrek 2, or The Smurfs.

For now, Amazon has not specified how long this content can be enjoyed for free, although it is undoubtedly a good move to try to attract and retain future customers on the mother platform, Prime Video.

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