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Amazon Instant Video Adds 6 New Original Kids Series Shows

Amazon Studios greenlit four animated kids pilots and two live-action kids pilots for its next kids pilot season debuting this Summer on Amazon Instant Video.

This new line-up adds to the already award-winning slate of original kids series, including the multi-Emmy Award-winning Tumble Leaf.

Once again, viewers can watch and provide feedback on the shows they want to get turned into full series. Pilots will run on Amazon Instant Video app for TVs, connected devices and mobile devices, or you can watch them online at Amazon.com.

Here’s the scoop on the new pilots:

The Adventures of Knickerbock Teetertop (pre-school aged)

Knickerbock Teetertop, the smallest kid on the enchanted Wonderpine Mountain, joins up with friends for wondrous and challenging adventures.

Lost in Oz (ages 6-11)

An animated, action-adventure comedy set in a modern, metropolitan Emerald City.

Lily the Unicorn (ages 6-11)

Lily’s unique perspective and independent spirit can brighten up any situation and often leads her and her loyal friends into unexpected shenanigans.

Bear in Underwear (ages 6-11)

Eddie Behr, an eternally optimistic, high energy bear, aspires to be a forest legend just like his dad, who discovered “pants” at an abandoned campsite.

A History of Radness (ages 6-11)

Written and Executive Produced by Andrew Green (Hannah Montana), this story captures the authentic experience of aspiring musicians – siblings Jack and Tessie – forming their band.

The Kicks (ages 6-11)

As the star player of her former soccer team, Devin Burke faces a new set of challenges when her family moves to California midway through the school year.

 

Amazon Studios has also announced eight additional, original series will premiere in 2015 and early 2016 exclusively on Prime Instant Video including kids series Wishenpoof!, Just Add Magic, and The Stinky & Dirty Show as well as original series Hand of God, Mad Dogs, The Man in the High Castle, docu-series The New Yorker Presents, Red Oaks, and a second season of Transparent.

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