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PSA: Amazon Prime Video Now Serves up Free Kids Content

An Amazon Prime landing page, showing free children's show for watching.

If adding profiles wasn’t good enough news for you, Amazon Prime has a quick follow up. The streaming service is now offering up some free kids’ TV shows and movies. Perfect for all your little tikes stuck at home during school closures.

Amazon says what content you can see for free varies from region to region, but it’s a global offer. In the U.S., you can see some seasons of Daniel Tiger’s NeighborhoodArthurIf You Give a Mouse a Cookie, and more.

The best part is, you don’t need a credit card or an account to watch the free content. If you do want to see more, you can sign in and purchase the show, or sign up for related services like PBS Kids for $4.99 a month.

To see the free content, you can visit the Prime Video landing page for kid’s shows. You can also watch via the Prime Video app (for Android and iOS). While it’s primarily pre-school age content right now, Amazon told TechCrunch it’s working to widen the selection.

via TechCrunch

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