Tubi, which lays claim to the title of world's largest ad-supported video-on-demand service, has launched a dedicated kids section on the Tubi Roku channel in the US. Tubi Kids features over 1,200 age-appropriate movies and TV shows totalling over 5,000 hours of free family-friendly content. Tubi plans to make Tubi Kids available on all major streaming devices in the near future.
In addition to "Featured" and "Most Popular" listings, the following categories of children's programming, and examples of content, are available at the time of Tubi Kids launch (some titles are included in multiple categories):
- Family Movies - 200 titles, including All Dogs Go to Heaven, Charlotte's Web, and The Dog Who Saved Halloween
- Kids Shows - 200 shows, including Strawberry Shortcake, Gummi Bear & Friends, and Dinotopia
- Preschool - 135 titles, including My Little Pony Tales, A Frozen Christmas 3, and Dino the Dinosaur
- BabyFirst TV - 14 options such as The Notekins, Vocabularry, and Animal Fun with Tillie the Duck
- Toon TV - 53 cartoon series, including GI Joe: A Real American Hero, Transformers - The Animated Series, and Archie's Weird Mysteries
- Kid Friendly Classics - 32 titles, including Adventures of the Wilderness Family, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and the classic 1960s TV series Dennis the Menace
- Furry Friends - 37 titles featuring animals (mostly dogs), such as The Dog Who Saved Halloween, Where the Red Fern Grows 2, and The New Adventures of Peter Rabbit
- Kids Anime - 38 anime titles, including Yu-Gi-Oh, Sonic X, and Beyblade Metal Masters
- Friendly Monsters - 34 titles, including Jurassic School, Tales from the Cryptkeeper, and Wizards of the Lost Kingdom
- Games and Sports - 25 titles such as MVP: Most Valuable Primate, Slam Dunk Ernest, and Season of Miracles
- Dinosaurs & Dragons - 24 titles, including Prehysteria, Jurassic School, and Dino Squad
- Epic Adventures - 17 tales of adventure, including Once I Was a Beehive, Who's Watching the Kids, and Tad: The Lost Explorer
- Horses and Ponies - 22 titles, including A Horse for Summer, The Little Unicorn, and The Wild Stallion
- Under the Sea - 15 titles such as Aqua Tales, Fish "N Chips: The Movie, and Sea Monsters
- Enchanted Tales - 23 titles, including Cinderella: An Enchanted Tale, She-Ra: Princess of Power, and Princess and the Pony
In November, Tubi plans to add the hit movies "How to Train Your Dragon," "Norm of the North," and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows," along with series featuring iconic characters such as Sonic the Hedgehog, Strawberry Shortcake, Paddington Bear, and The Wiggles.
Tubi was already a popular destination even before the addition of Tubi Kids, streaming over 132 million hours in September, and the free, ad-supported Tubi channel on Roku has long been one of the most-popular channels in the Roku Channel Store. Outside of the new Tubi Kids section, recently-added programming includes "Megamind" starring Will Ferrell and Tina Fey, "Scary Movie 1" and "Scary Movie 2" starring Marlon Wayans and Anna Faris, the Academy Award-winner "No Country for Old Men" directed by Joel & Ethan Cohen, and the 13th season of the hit TV series "The Bachelorette."
The addition of Tubi Kids adds even more content to Roku's already-large library of children's programming. Just two months ago, "Kids and Family" was added to The Roku channel with thousands of free, ad-supported viewing options that include free TV shows, movies, live linear, and short-form video. Roku also has a large number of free channels from independent creators in the Kids & Family section of the Roku Channel Store. And, of course, the new Disney+ streaming service, launching in November, will greatly expand family-friendly options on Roku.
For more information, visit our Tubi Roku channel page.