Now that families opt to have an online streaming subscription over having a cable TV subscription, parents are having a hard time looking for websites where their young children can watch shows and movies that are suitable for their age. There are limited choices online.
Good news! HOOQ, the largest video-on-demand service in the Southeast Asia, has recently sealed partnerships with the biggest names on kids' entertainment--Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Kids Like Us, Hasbro, Turner, and MoMedia--to bring some of the most popular kids' titles into their catalog of movies and TV shows for the whole family.
Jeffrey Remigio, HOOQ Philippines' Content and Programming Head announced this news to the public. "HOOQ continues to deliver premium content for every member of the Filipino family, including the kids. This is why we continue to expand our kids catalog," Remigio said.
With this, kids can now enjoy watching their favorite TV shows and movies on HOOQ and they can even make their own album and save their favorites there.
Now available on HOOQ are Adventure Time, The Powerpuff Girls and Ben 10, and by June 7th, Emmy-nominated show Ben 10 Alien Force and Regular Show, a fantasy cartoon for older kids, will be available on HOOQ.
So, have a wonderful family time with your kids by watching their favorite TV shows on HOOQ!
How to get on HOOQ:
It's easy to get on HOOQ! Just download the HOOQ app on your mobile phone, sign up and log in to access HOOQ's extensive library of Hollywood and Asian movies and TV shows. HOOQ is both available on Google Play and Apple Store. Smart subscribers can enjoy a 30-day free trial and Globe subscribers can enjoy a 45-day free trial. Globe subscribers can enjoy 60-day free trial on selected mobile and broadband plans. So, what are you waiting for? Get your complimentary trial at HOOQ now! For more info, visit their website at www.hooq.tv.
Kids Can Now Enjoy Watching Kid-Friendly Shows at HOOQ!
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