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2500 Hours Of The Jim Henson Company’s Catalogue Is Now On Amazon Prime

by Paul Heath

I received an email late last night informing me that around 2500 hours of original content from The Jim Henson Company has been released on Amazon Prime Video. Right now.

The Jim Henson Company

Yes, you can now view the likes of Fraggle Rock, The StorytellerThe Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, and Pajanimals on the streamer as part of your subscription.

The press release states that the following is now available.

Available in up to 68 territories including the US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and the Nordics, the collection includes:

– Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series (13 x 30’): Based on the original, live-action puppet show, this animated series features new stories and songs.
– Doozer Music (1 x 15’): Features popular songs sung by the hardworking Doozers of Fraggle Rock.
– Fraggle Songs (1 x 60’): Showcases favorite songs from the first season of Fraggle Rock.
– The Song of the Cloud Forest (1 x 30’): A blend of music, puppetry, and animation echoes the natural beauty found in the real world’s rain forests.
– Living with Dinosaurs (1 x 52’): A troubled boy confides in his toy dinosaur to help him come to terms with the changes and difficulties in his life.
– Lighthouse Island (1 x 30’): Rivals fight for a mysterious, stolen pearl that has the power to transform the shape of whoever possesses it.
– Monster Maker (1 x 73’): A young teen is confronted by the fantastic and frightening creations of his own imagination.

Certain English-speaking territories can also view:

– Fraggle Rock (96 x 25’, excluding the United States): The International Emmy-award winning series stars the musical Fraggles, the industrious Doozers, and the royal Gorgs, who all learn about living together in Fraggle Rock.
– The Storyteller (9 x 30’, excluding the United States): An anthology series starring legendary actor John Hurt in the title role telling European folk tales to his cynical dog.
– The Storyteller: Greek Myths (4 x 30’, excluding the United States): Starring Michael Gambon in the title role, this spin-off series features a new Storyteller who finds himself trapped with his dog in the ruins of an ancient Labyrinth.
– Pajanimals (26 x 22’, excluding Canada): Four sweet characters embark on amazing adventures of discovery, modeling the skills preschoolers need to move through their day successfully.
– The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss (40 x 30’, excluding the United States): An Emmy-award winning puppet series featuring the fun, music, and adventures of some of the characters created by celebrated children’s author Dr. Seuss.
– Mother Goose Stories (13 x 24’, excluding the United States): A live-action puppet series featuring well- known nursery rhymes.

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