All of Fraggle Rock is now on Amazon Prime Video, as part of a wider collection of classics from The Jim Henson Company.
A plethora of the Company’s popular puppety series has been acquired by Amazon for nostalgic adults and their kids to stream. Both Fraggle Rock and The Storyteller are available to stream, contributing to over 2,500 hours of fuzzy family fun acquired by Amazon in 68 English-language territories including the UK, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the Nordics.
“Featuring masterful puppets and creatures from the world-famous Jim Henson’s Creature Shop, these popular titles reflect the magic and wonder that has become synonymous with The Jim Henson Company brand,” explains Anna Moorefield, Vice President, Global Distribution for The Jim Henson Company. “These beloved shows will all be on Amazon Prime Video, providing immediate access for our legions of fans as well as an entirely new generation of viewers.”
The collection includes: all 96 episodes of Fraggle Rock, Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series (13 30-minute episodes, based on the original, live-action puppet show, Doozer Music (one 15-minute episode), featuring popular songs sung by the hardworking Doozers of Fraggle Rock, Fraggle Songs (one 60-minute episode), showcasing favorite songs from the first season of Fraggle Rock, The Song of the Cloud Forest (one 30-minute episode), which blends music, puppetry, and animation to echo the natural beauty found in the real world’s rain forests, Living with Dinosaurs (one 52-minute episode), Lighthouse Island (one 30-minute episode), which sees rivals fight for a powerful, stolen pearl, Monster Maker (one 73-minute episode), which sees a young teen confronted by the fantastic and frightening creations of his own imagination, plus 13 episodes of The Storyteller, an anthology series starring legendary actor John
Hurt and Michael Gambon, who relate folk tales to their dogs, all 26 episodes of Pajanimals, 40 chapters of The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, featuring the fun, music, and adventures of some of the characters created by celebrated children’s
author, and 13 instalments of Mother Goose Stories.