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Amazon Provides Access to Kids’ Programming Free of Charge

Stephanie Sengwe

Establishments such as schools have shut down all over the world due to the coronavirus outbreak. Amazon is making the time at home a bit more bearable for kids by giving free access to kids’ programming across the globe.

According to Variety, everyone now has access to content that was previously exclusive to Prime Video customers, including Amazon original series “Just Add Magic,” “Pete the Cat” and “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.” Select seasons of PBS Kids shows such as “Arthur,” “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” “Odd Squad” and “Wild Kratts” are also available, and in Europe, third-party content includes “Peppa Pig” and “Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom.”

The company has also unleashed a host of movies on the ad-supported IMDb TV, which includes “Shrek Forever After,” “Scooby-Doo: The Movie,” “Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed,” “Stuart Little,” “Stuart Little 2,” “Short Circuit,” “Free Willy: Escape From Pirate’s Cove,” “Rugrats Go Wild,” “The Muppets Take Manhattan,” “Muppets From Space,” “The Nut Job,” “Open Season 2,” “The Smurfs,” “The Smurfs 2,” Aardman’s “Early Man,” “The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland,” “Megamind,” “Little Giants” (1994), “Baby Geniuses and the Mystery of the Crown Jewels,” “Surf’s Up,” “Kangaroo Jack,” “The Care Bears Movie,” and “All Dogs Go to Heaven” and “All Dogs Go to Heaven 2.”

In the U.S., select seasons of PBS shows have also been made available, including “Arthur” (season 10), “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” (seasons 1-2), “Odd Squad” (seasons 1-3), “Cailou” (season 1), “Cyberchase” (season 1) and “Dinosaur Train” (seasons 1-2).

To access the free programming, users must sign up for an Amazon account, which is free. The entire collection can be found by visiting this link.