Amazon Prime Offering Kids Movies And TV Shows Free Of Charge, No Membership Required

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March 23, 2020
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Amazon Prime has started offering kids' TV shows and movies for free without requiring a membership to help families during the Coronavirus outbreak. It's a mix of Amazon original programming and some more popular kids' shows.

Among the 40 titles available on Amazon Prime Video to everyone are:

  • Arthur
  • Caillou
  • Rugrats: All Grown Up
  • Reading Rainbow

and much more.

You can download the Prime Video App to watch on smart TVs and mobile devices. For more head to Tech Crunch.