|Amazon’s Third Original Kids Series Annedroids Now Available on Prime Instant Video|
From creator J.J. Johnson (
The first seven episodes are now available for unlimited streaming on Prime Instant Video
“We’re thrilled to be working with
“J.J. has a unique way of infusing rich characters and storylines into
thought-provoking children’s programming,” said
Starting today, Prime members have unlimited streaming access to the first seven episodes of Annedroids, at no additional cost to their membership. Prime members can watch on Amazon Fire TV, Fire phone, Kindle Fire, iPad, iPhone, Roku, Xbox, PlayStation, Wii and Wii U, and other connected devices, online at www.amazon.com/AIV, and on Prime Instant Video in the UK. Annedroids will also be available in Kindle FreeTime Unlimited, a service built just for kids that gives them the freedom to explore all their favorite books, games, educational apps, movies and TV shows, while providing parents with the tools they need to manage their kids’ screen time. Customers who are not already Prime members can sign up for a free trial at www.amazon.com/prime.
In addition, Amazon recently collaborated with the Association of
Children’s Museums (ACM) on a series of screenings and educational
activities related to its original kids’ programming. Annedroids
screening events will be held on August 9 at the
Amazon recently launched its two first kids series, Tumble Leaf
which won the 2014 Annecy International Animated Film Festival award and Creative
Galaxy from acclaimed creator
About Amazon Studios
Last year Amazon Studios launched its first two prime time series, Alpha
House and Betas, and recently debuted its
first three children’s series, the Annecy International Animated Film
Festival Award-winning Tumble Leaf from Bix Pix
Entertainment, as well as Creative Galaxy from Angela
Santomero, the creator of Blue’s Clues, and Annedroids, from
Emmy nominated Sinking Ship Entertainment. Amazon Studios recently
announced six additional, original series including Chris Carter’s The
After; Michael Connelly’s
Amazon Studios launched in 2010 as a new way to develop feature films and episodic series—one that’s open to great ideas from creators and audiences around the world. Anyone can upload a script and Amazon Studios will read and review all submissions. Those who choose to make their projects public will also receive feedback from the Amazon Studios community.
Comprehensive cast and crew information, including bios and filmographies, is available on Amazon's IMDb (www.imdb.com), the world’s most popular and authoritative source for movie, TV and celebrity content.
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