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Looking for new shows that your kids haven’t seen? Here are all the newly-added series and movies on Showmax for little kids, older kids, tweens, teens and the whole family.

Kids of all ages

The Zoo

Ever wondered what animals would say if they could talk? The Zoo puts a fun twist on wildlife shows by giving the animals at Paignton Zoo and Living Coasts human voices and letting them do the talking. Watch now »



Three little aliens move in with a human family to learn more about life on Earth. They have to stay hidden – but it’s not easy when you’re so different. Watch now »


Follow the adventures of the Lilybuds, tiny magical gardeners who work together to look after the garden they call home. They have loads of fun as they care for all the plants and animals nearby. Watch now »

Mister Maker’s Arty Party

Mister Maker hits the road with his sidekick Scrappz to throw a party with the Mini Makers. He shows them how to make art around the theme of their celebration and ensures there’s non-stop fun and games. Watch now »

Plus, don’t forget about the classic series Sofia the First, Paw Patrol, PJ Masks and Peppa Pig!

Older kids

Transformers Robots in Disguise S1-3

transformers in disguise on showmax

A new army of Decepticons is threatening to disturb the peace Bumblebee has been keeping for years. He leads a new team of Autobots to return to Earth and capture escaped Decepticon prisoners. Watch now »

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic S6

My Little Pony on Showmax

Twilight Sparkle and her friends learn about friendship in the kingdom of Ponyville. They’ll need all their cleverness and magical powers to help solve problems and learn important life lessons. Watch now »

Star vs The Forces of Evil

Not everyone gets a magic wand for their birthday but Star just isn’t ready. Her royal mom and dad send her to Earth to live and learn with the Diaz family and their son Marco. Soon Star is battling villains… and high school. Watch now »

There’s also The Powerpuff Girls, Elena of Avalor, Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, Star vs the Forces of Evil and more!

Tweens and teens

So Awkward S4-5

With Martha’s transfer to Greatacre behind her, the trio remains intact and ready to tackle whatever else high school and the teen years throw at them. On the line-up? A talent contest, love, unexpected wealth and newfound power. Watch now »

Clue S1

Loosely based on the famous board game, four teenagers get entangled in a conspiracy. They set out to prove their innocence, but the shady Secret Keepers are out to stop them. Watch now »

Spy School

Spy School on Showmax

The evil mastermind Goldfist is up to no good, so it’s time to train spies in this exciting game show. Teams of kids must solve clues, crack codes and overcome obstacles to be the best and save us all from evil. Watch now »

The Thundermans, Henry Danger, KC Undercover, I Am Frankie and Marvel’s Guardians of The Galaxy will also keep teens and tweens happy for hours.

Family movie time


Valiant is a wood pigeon serving his country during World War II by flying across the English Channel to deliver messages to England’s allies. Featuring the voices of Ewan McGregor, Ricky Gervais, John Cleese and Hugh Laurie. Watch now »

Pudsey the Dog: The Movie

Britain’s Got Talent winner Pudsey stars in this heartwarming comedy. Pudsey is fired from a movie set and finds a new family, but they can’t keep him and unknowingly give him to a woman who does horrible things to dogs. Watch now »

Happily N’Ever After

happily n'ever after on showmax

Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr and Andy Dick lend their voices in this animated film based on famous fairytales. Naturally, there’s a wizard, wicked stepmother and heroic princess with quirky sidekicks. Watch now »

Don’t forget Hop, The Croods and other family-friendly movies on Showmax.

Start watching now »

How to set up a Showmax Profile for your kids

If you’ve got tech-savvy little ones who feel completely at home browsing through all the apps on your tablet or smartphone, and who have no trouble connecting to apps on your smart TV, you should probably set up a Kids Profile for them on Showmax.

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