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Nine Ridiculously Fun Shows Your Kids Can Watch This Holiday

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By Eventlabgh , in Celebrity Entertainment News , at December 20, 2021


It’s been a long year, and we could all use a break to put our feet up for a bit – the kids included.

From heartwarming Christmas specials to fun family fare that’ll get everyone cuddled up on the couch together, Showmax has got you covered these school holidays. There’s something for everyone – from the littlies to the teens and everyone in between.

Here’s a list of entertaining content your kids can watch on Showmax this holiday.

Once Upon A Sesame Street Christmas | Stream now | All ages

There’s no place more magical than Sesame Street – especially during the holidays! Join Elmo, Grover, Big Bird and their friends for the magical, musical 50-minute special ‘Once Upon a Sesame Street Christmas’, in which Elmo’s father tells him a bedtime story about the time, way back, when joy, kindness and caring first came to Sesame Street.

Paw Patrol S6, Jet to Rescue and Ready, Race, Rescue! | Stream now | All ages

Hey, pup-fans! Ryder and his playful rescue dogs are back on duty in the seaside town of Adventure Bay. That’s right – the brand-new season of kids’ mega-favourite show Paw Patrol is currently streaming on Showmax (along with season 1-5), and it’s set to have little ones barking for joy!

Mia’s Magic Playground S1 | First on Showmax | Stream now | All ages

Join Mia, Tilde, and Oskar on their animated adventures in Mia’s Magic Playground. The colourful show that’s heaps of fun for little ones and teaches creative problem-solving and social-emotional skills along the way.

The Croods: A New Age | Stream now | PGV, recommended for ages 8+

DreamWorks Animation’s “Croodaceous” adventure The Croods: A New Age follows the prehistoric Croods pack as they try to keep up with their new neighbours, the Bettermans – emphasis on “better”… more evolved.

Endlings S1 | Binge now | Only on Showmax | PG, recommended for ages 8+

Set 20 years in the future, this heartwarming family sci-fi drama series follows a foster family on their missions to protect the extraterrestrial beings and endangered creatures the four teens discover.

Roald Dahl’s The Witches | Stream now | 7-9PGV, recommended for ages 10+

Oscar winners Anne Hathaway and Octavia Spencer star in this delightfully dastardly reimagining of the Roald Dahl classic about a young mouse boy and his grandmother who go against a coven of witches.

Wonder Woman 1984 | Coming 3 January 2022 | Recommended for ages 12+

With director Patty Jenkins back at the helm and Teen Choice Award winner Gal Gadot returning in the title role, Wonder Woman 1984 fast forwards to the 1980s as the DC superhero faces two all-new foes: Max Lord (Critics Choice nominee Pedro Pascal from The Mandalorian) and The Cheetah (Oscar nominee Kristen Wiig from Bridesmaids).

Young Rock | Binge now | 13L

Before Jungle Cruise. Before Jumanji. Before WWE… Even the world’s biggest star started small. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s latest TV offering, Young Rock, now on Showmax, is a sitcom based on his own life.

The 11-part first season goes back to Dwayne’s roots as a 10-year-old in Hawaii, his high school years in Pennsylvania, and his university years in Miami, all within the (as yet) fictional framework of the actor and former pro-wrestler running as a candidate in the 2032 US Presidential Election.

Alex Rider | Binge now | 13VL

With Season 2 of Alex Rider just launched in the UK and the US and due to hit our screens next year, the December holidays are the perfect time to join the teens on the couch for the debut season of the show The Guardian calls “The teen James Bond”.

The family action series is adapted from Foyle’s War creator Anthony Horowitz’s beloved teen spy novels, which have sold over 20 million copies in 30 countries.

There you have it. Your kids can enjoy all these shows and more this holiday. All you need to do is visit to subscribe for as low as 1,200.

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