Best Kids' TV Shows and Movies on Peacock

Peacock is a streaming platform that brings together popular TV shows from NBC and crowd-pleasing movies from Universal Studios. The result is a library of content the whole family can get behind. Comcast subscribers get early access to the platform for free beginning April 15. For everyone else, Peacock launches on July 15 for $4.99/month. And both the Free and Premium versions can go ad-free for $5.00 more per month. So use this list to see all the best kid-friendly options on Peacock. Check back regularly, as we'll keep it updated with the latest additions. For more great streaming content, here's our list of the Best Movies on Disney+.

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TV

Curious George

age 3+

Simple lessons emerge in monkey's mischievous adventures.

Network: Peacock (2020)
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TV

Archibald's Next Big Thing

age 5+

Sunny book character's adventures make for fun family show.

Network: Netflix (2019)
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TV

Madagascar: A Little Wild

age 5+

Lively, movie-inspired series has lots of positive messages.

Network: Hulu, Peacock (2020)
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TV

Where's Waldo? (2019)

age 5+

Reboot of iconic puzzler teaches culture, problem solving.

Network: Universal Kids (2019)
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MOVIE

Despicable Me

age 6+

Clever, funny, and sweet villain-with-a-heart-of-gold tale.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2010)
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MOVIE

The Road to El Dorado

age 6+

Outstanding family movie mixes comedy, action, romance.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2000)
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MOVIE

Shrek

age 6+

Gross-out laughs meet a marvelous fairy tale mix.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2001)
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TV

TrollsTopia

age 6+

Cheeky trolls celebrate differences with catchy tunes.

Network: Hulu, Peacock (2020)
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MOVIE

Chicken Run

age 7+

Charming animated escape tale has some peril, scares.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2000)
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MOVIE

E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial

age 7+

Spielberg's family classic is still one of the best.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 1982)
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MOVIE

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

age 7+

First Potter movie is a magical ride but also intense.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2001)
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MOVIE

How to Train Your Dragon

age 7+

Thrilling adventure sends brains-over-brawn message.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2010)
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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

age 8+

Action- and creature-packed Potter sequel.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2002)
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MOVIE

The Prince of Egypt

age 8+

Animated feature tells story of Moses; some violence.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 1998)
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MOVIE

Shark Tale

age 8+

Fast, fresh, funny action comedy set undersea.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2004)
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MOVIE

The Mummy (1932)

age 9+

This vintage classic is more funny than scary.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 1932)
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MOVIE

Back to the Future

age 10+

'80s time-travel favorite; some violence, bullying, cursing.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 1985)
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TV

Cleopatra in Space

age 10+

Light, fun tween sci-fi series explores future and past.

Network: Peacock (2020)
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MOVIE

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

age 10+

Fantastic, but kids are older, themes are darker.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2004)
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TV

Lost Speedways

age 10+

Solid car racing docuseries best for fans; some crashes.

Network: Peacock (2020)
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