Amazon's first original kids series now available on Prime Instant Video
| 24 May 2014
The first six episodes of stop-motion animated series Tumble Leaf are now available for unlimited streaming on Prime Instant Video.
The original series, created by Drew Hodges and Amazon's first of its kind, is designed to help pre-schoolers learn science through play. An additional seven episodes will become available later this summer exclusively on Amazon Prime Instant Video at no additional cost for Prime members who can watch on a variety of platforms such as Amazon Fire TV, 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. The series will also be available in Kindle FreeTime Unlimited.
"Drew and I have been counting down the days until we could share Fig and his wild adventures with the rest of the world," said Kelli Bixler, Tumble Leaf Executive Producer of Bix Pix Entertainment. "Amazon Studios provided us with the opportunity to use our creativity to develop a series for kids that helps nurture their own creative thinking skills and teaches them to embrace science through play. We couldn't be more thrilled to give children and their families something that is as educational as it is fun."
"Amazon Studios is ecstatic about today's debut of Tumble Leaf, our very first original kids series," added Tara Sorensen, Head of Kids Programming at Amazon Studios. "We were blown away by Kelli and Drew's concept of Tumble Leaf from the very beginning as it perfectly fits the mould of what we're focused on with our programming: promoting creative thinking and education through a world of adventure and play."