Amazon Prime Video has proved that it is a corporate giant with a large heart to match. In a display of considerate solidarity and generosity, the streaming giant has removed the paywall for its entire library of children’s and family content. So now anyone with an Amazon account, Prime or free, can access its vast library of shows and movies for kids and family viewing.
Children across the globe can enjoy the benefit of watching Amazon Prime Video original shows such as Pete the Cat, Just Add Magic, Costume Quest, Peg + Cat, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, and also shows it has acquired for streaming, such as Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Dinosaur Train, Odd Squad and Arthur.
Amazon has also opened up family content on IMDb for free viewing, which can be accessed by a free Amazon account. IMDb is owned by Amazon and has a host of curated family movies such as Stuart Little and Shrek on its platform.
At a time when millions of children in countries around the world have been closeted at home to prevent the Coronavirus pandemic from spreading, Amazon Prime Video’s heartwarming gesture will provide some succour to kids and parents both.
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