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It’s Xfinity Kids Week!
With summer in full swing, kids and parents alike need a break. Xfinity has the answer, with Xfinity Kids Week, or as I like to call it, Parents Lose the Voice Remote to the Kids Week” I guess Xfinity Kids Week is a little less wordy. 🙂
When is Xfinity Kids Week?
Calling all moms and dads!
From Monday, July 8 to Sunday, July 14, Xfinity is hosting the first ever Kids Week offering dozens of movies and shows for kids for free all week long, at home and on the go!
What can my kids watch during Xfinity Kids Week?
From Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob Squarepants, Disney Channel’s Descendants and Descendants 2, Cartoon Network’s Teen Titans Go!, Disney Jr.’s Puppy Dog Pals, Nick Jr.’s Ryan’s Mystery Playdate to Disney XD’s DuckTales and more, parents can easily find something for kids of all ages to watch whether it’s for a long car trip or just time to wind down.
During Kids Week, Xfinity TV customers will have access to the full catalog of Xfinity On Demand programming from networks and premium services such as Disney Story Central, Kids Central, Kids Central en Espanol, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Nick en Espanol, PBS Kids, Primo TV and VME Kids. Additionally, networks including Cartoon Network, Cartoon Network en Espanol, Discovery Family, Discovery Familia, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD and Universal Kids will offer a selection of some of their most popular shows and movies for customers to enjoy free throughout the week. All of this great content will be made available across Xfinity TV platforms including X1 and the Xfinity Stream app and portal. Xfinity customers without an Xfinity TV subscription can also log in to Stream using their credentials to enjoy a selection of free TV shows and movies, too.
How Does Kids Zone Work?
Year round, Xfinity customers with X1 can make their entertainment experience even better for their family through:
Kids Zone, a safe and secure experience for kids to independently explore their favorite content and discover new programming.
1. Common Sense Media reviews and badging offering trusted ratings with families in mind
2. Easy-to-set-up parental controls based on their child’s age
3. Quick access to kids programming from a growing selection of networks and streaming services using the X1 Voice Remote by saying the name of a TV show or movie such as “Trolls” or “Boss Baby” available via Netflix or “Pete the Cat” through Amazon Prime Video or by searching for a character such as “Mickey Mouse” or “SpongeBob”
4. The Xfinity Stream app and portal, which enables them to take their children’s favorite programming on the go and enjoy it across devices, as well as download it for off-line viewing – perfect for car trips and plane rides