A selection of family titles, free for everyone: this is the gift that Amazon gives to all Amazon customers. In this period of international health emergency Amazon offers a window on Amazon Prime Video to all its customers: to access it, just have a free Amazon profile.
It will not be necessary, therefore, to be subscribed to the Prime Video service to access this collection of TV series and films for children and families to watch in streaming. Amazon has not announced the end of this offer, but it is reasonable to think that it will continue throughout the month of April or until the provisions of the Government to contain the Coronavirus are in force.
Among the TV series for everyone made available for free by Amazon there are some original Amazon titles – like Tumble Leaf, Pete the Cat, The Snowy Day, Gortimer Gibbons and a list of content already known to the general public as Peppa Pig, Ben and Holly, Mia and Me, Vicky the Viking, Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans.
To access free content for children and families on Prime Video, it is not necessary to have a Prime subscription, but simply create a free Amazon account.
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