Amazon offering Prime Video kids’ movies and TV shows all for free amid coronavirus outbreak

Amazon Prime Video Kids TV Shows Free Coronavirus

Coronavirus has affected the whole world. This pandemic has disrupted the lifestyle of millions. The lockdown has got all of us trapped. However, the adults have required resources to utilize this stay-at-home situation with Blinkist, Coursera, Packt, Scribd, Udacity and —the best of all— Pornhub. All of these platforms are giving their premium services at no charge. Boredom during this lockdown will go away as if it never happened. But the question remains “what about the children?”

They are difficult to handle and trying explaining to them this pandemic is horrible. To make them stay is difficult for moms. But wait there’s a solution to that; Amazon is offering kids’ movies and TV shows for free.

Amazon Free kids’ movies and TV shows

Starting March 24, Amazon’s Prime Video platform is available for free. No Prime subscription required, you just need to sign up for a free Amazon account. Moreover, you won’t be asked to enter the credit card information.

Currently, there are over 40 shows and 80 movies (on IMDb TV, which Amazon owns). These numbers will increase in the upcoming days. In addition, it has third-party family movies and TV series licensed from Studio partners. The licensed movies and the TV shows will vary by country,  but Amazon Original children and Family TV series will be the same worldwide.

amazon prime video Free kids’ movies and TV shows coronavirus lockdown

Free kids’ movies and TV shows List

The Amazon Original children and Family TV series includes, “Click, Clack, Moo: Christmas at the Farm,” “Big 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,” “Sigmund and the Sea Monster,” “The Snowy Day,” “The Stinky and Dirty Snow,” “The Kicks,” “Tumble Leaf” and “Wisenpoof.”

The licensed movies and the TV shows include (in the US), “Arthur,” “Bali,” “Caillou,” “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” “Design Squad,” “Dinosaur Train,” “FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman,” “Kraft’s  Creatures,” “Martha Speaks,” “Nature Cat,” “Odd Quad,” “Peep and the Big Wide World,” “Peg + Cat,” “Postcards from Buster,” “Reading Rainbow,” “Ready Jet Go!,” “Wild Kratts,” “WordGirl,” “WorldWorld,” “Zoboomafoo,” “Rugrats All Grown Up” and “Knight Squad.”

These contents are aimed at the preschool crowd up to younger school-agers. One thing to note for the parents that there are no G-rated or PG-rated box office hits on the list. You can download the app on compatible smart TVs, mobile devices, Fire TV, Fire TV stick, Fire Tablets, Apple TV, Gaming Console, Chromecast.

The app is available on Android, iOS and Samsung Galaxy Store. Or, you can simply access on the web browser as well. However, users can access the offer until April 14 only.

Amazon Audible, through Audible Stories — a new streaming service for kids, is also offering all stories for free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.

“For as long as schools are closed, we’re open,” Audible said.

“Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids,” the company shares.


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