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Children's shows are 'Prime' movers for Amazon

By Adam Flomenbaum | Co-Executive Editor

October 10, 2016 | 3 min read

These top 10 shows accounted for 37% of all the TV shows viewed on Amazon Prime this past week.

Out of the (Pol)dark: Poldark took the #1 position this past week, driving a 28% share. This spike in viewership is a result of those catching up on Season 1 as the new season premiered on PBS on 10/2.

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For Kids: Amazon is well aware that children are a key market for streaming as one of their on Amazon Prime Video is "Originals & Exclusive TV for Kids". This week Bubble Guppies was the top kids show, taking a 6% share this past week.

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