Many other official sites for children's religious programing exist which will often give you short clips so you can get a taste of their material.
There are also many episodes that have been put up by private YouTube contributors. I have heard or read that YouTube contacts the owner of the content and offers to pay them rather than the person who put it up or to take it down. However I am not absolutely sure about the legitamacy of these videos. I will continue to investigate.
You can find quite a bit more on YouTube. Apparently their are a lot of things that Hulu and other sites consider to unimportant for them to provide, YouTube is frequently the source for these.
Amazon Prime has The Miracle Maker, a children's movie, not a television show, but it is the best children's Bible movie. If you have Amazon Prime and children, or grand children do not miss it. If you have no children watch it anyway. Amazon also has a animated series with nine episodes, "Testament: The Animated Bible" which involves some of the same talent and is great for children, teens, and adults, particularly the last two. I now have a web page specifically on the free Christian videos on Amazon Prime check it out.
Page last updated December 31, 2018
Bible comics from a Catholic point of view