Amazon Prime Video is hooking new customers up with select Prime Video Channels this holiday season. Beginning Dec. 23 through Jan. 3, both the PBS Documentaries, and PBS KIDS Prime Video Channels are on sale for just 99. cents a month for two months.
With this deal, you can get access to both channels for less than $2/month (plus taxes), providing entertainment for the whole family over the Christmas break and beyond. PBS Documentaries Channel is regularly $3.99/month, and PBS KIDS Prime Video Channel is $4.99/month with a Prime Membership.
The PBS KIDS Prime Video Channel offers over 3,000 episodes of educational and entertaining series for children and their families to watch from the number one educational media brand in the US, PBS KIDS. Some of the popular PBS KIDS shows on the Channel include new series, Alma’s Wayas well as Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Elinor Wonders Why, Wild Kratts, and Hero Elementary, among others.
On the PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel, viewers can stream the entire library of Ken Burns programs, including the new “Muhammad Ali” docuseries. Also available, FRONTLINE’s “A Thousand Cuts” featuring Nobel Peace Prize-winning journalist Maria Ressa, Henry Louis Gates, Jr.’s “Finding Your Roots” as well as a large selection of titles from AMERICAN MASTERS, INDEPENDENT LENS, NATURE, NOVA, and more.