The Kids and Family Watchlist on Max

“Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai,” “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” and a Breadth of Cartoon Network Hits and Classics Including “Teen Titans Go!” and “Craig of the Creek,” And Max Originals Available to Stream Now

To celebrate the first week of Max, we are sending seven days of curated thematic Max Highlights. Earlier this week we sent the best programming to watch over Memorial Day Weekend and the worlds to explore on Max. Today we showcase kids and family series and movies.

Max brings a more prominent kids and family experience, introducing a default Kid’s Profile for new subscribers along with accompanying Parental Controls, including the ability to limit content by ratings, lock access to adult profiles, and prevent children from exiting a kid’s profile.

Max offers an expansive offering of kids content, including dedicated hubs for Cartoon Network programming and Sesame Workshop. Max is the home of other iconic and beloved kids and family brands and franchises, including Scooby-Doo!Looney Tunes, select films from the Studio Ghibli catalog, and more. With a breadth of content from classics to next generation Max Originals, Max is a go-to for a sweeping kids and family portfolio.

The platform offers programming for kids of all ages, such as classic favorites The JetsonsThe Flintstones, and Scooby-Doo!, the new Max Original Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai; plus preschool offerings of BatwheelsBugs Bunny BuildersSesame Street, and HBO Storybook Musicals for the smallest members of the household; There are also films for the whole family to enjoy together, including classics like The Wizard of Oz and recent hits like Space Jam: A New Legacy and DC League of Super-Pets.

Families can also binge favorites like Full House (8 seasons) and Looney Tunes Cartoons (5 seasons)Food Network’s Chopped Junior (9 seasons), Cupcake Wars (9 seasons), and Kids Baking Championship (11 seasons), the best of LEGOHarry Potter, and more. Additionally, Max is the U.S. streaming home of Studio Ghibli, offering 22 animated films including family friendly titles Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, Kiki’s Delivery Service, and Ponyo.

Max’s Kids & Family offering includes animated, live action, and unscripted programming for kids of all ages:

For the Little Ones:
Max features educational and entertaining programming for preschool age children, including Sesame Street, Batwheels, Bugs Bunny Builders, Sesame Street Mecha Builders, and Cartoonito Shorts.

For the Big Kids:
Older kids and their families can enjoy Max Originals like Looney Tunes Cartoons and Cartoon Network fan favorites and classics that include Craig of the Creek, The Amazing World of GumballThe Powerpuff Girls, Total Dramarama, the Ben 10 franchise, plus unscripted educational titles like How It’s Made.

For the Bigger Kids:
The oldest kids in the household can explore a catalog of both scripted and age-appropriate unscripted programming including iconic animated series The Flintstones, What’s New Scooby-Doo?, Teen TitansThe Jetsons, and Cartoon Network’s critically acclaimed Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Steven Universe, beloved sitcoms like Full House, and fun competition series like Kids Baking Championship.

Movies for the Whole Family:
Max is the place to find family-friendly films like The Wizard of Oz, Rookie of the Year, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Are We There Yet?, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, Kung Fu Panda, Daddy Day Care, 30 Scooby-Doo! movies, The LEGO Movie and 14 animated movies based on the classic toy. 

Max, the enhanced streaming service from Warner Bros. Discovery, launched May 23 in the U.S. Max is the destination for HBO Originals, Warner Bros. films, Max Originals, the DC Universe, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, an expansive offering of kids content, and best-in-class programing across food, home, reality, lifestyle and documentaries from leading brands like HGTV, Food Network, Discovery Channel, TLC, ID and more, all in one place.

Max will offer an average of more than 40 new titles and seasons every month, ensuring a steady stream of new programming to keep audiences engaged.

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