Amazon’s original preschool series, Tumble Leaf, Season 2, Premiers May 6th

New episodes from Season Two of multi-Emmy award-winning Amazon Original Series Tumble Leaf will premiere on Prime Video Friday, May 6

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Amazon Prime members, do you remember Tumble Leaf season one? If so, you’ll be excited to learn that new episodes from Season Two of multi-Emmy award-winning Amazon Original Series Tumble Leaf will premiere on Prime Video Friday, May 6. I’ve had the wonderful opportunity of previewing this lifelong creative learning series beforehand and it might shock you to learn that I didn’t let the kids watch it with me. I wanted them to be excited and anticipate what will happen in season two. We thoroughly enjoyed watching season one as a family and we’ll equally enjoy watching season two, too. Tumble Leaf is available for Prime members and if you haven’t signed up for Amazon Prime yet, you should although I won’t get into all of the reasons I continue to be a Prime Member, at this time. Customers who are not already Prime members can sign up for a free 30-day trial at

Tumble Leaf has a special place in my heart because it was the first movie we watched after I purchase Amazon Prime. I’m really picky about what I let the kids watch and I always try to find cartoons that have some type of learning theme involved. Of course, the kids aren’t going to watch it unless it’s cute and can hold their attention (short attention spans mean short cartoons). Anything show like Tumble Leaf that can hold their attention for 15 minutes or less, gets my personal seal of approval.

New episodes from Season Two of multi-Emmy award-winning Amazon Original Series Tumble Leaf will premiere on Prime Video Friday, May 6

Each week we select a movie to watch and make a family date night of it. We select our movie from Amazon Prime Video. We discovered Tumble Leaf one evening while it was rainy and cold out and I was trying to find something good to watch to entertain the kids. All of the kids. The kids were intrigued by the colorful characters and cute animations. That started our weekly movie night. We have lots of goodies to eat and we “turn off” all of our electronic devices *gasp*. All of them, and we do have a large collection of tablets, mobile phones, Kindle’s, iPads, etc. Movie night is our time to bond, laugh, cry, and connect during our busy schedules of school, after school activities, etc. As mentioned, new episodes from the second season of Tumble Leaf are set to debut on Prime Video, this Friday, May 6th so set the date. It would be a great time to start your own movie night traditions and reconnect with your family.

New episodes from Season Two of multi-Emmy award-winning Amazon Original Series Tumble Leaf will premiere on Prime Video Friday, May 6

Before I give you a little more information about Tumble Leaf, please take a minute to watch the season two trailer. You can also download brand new clips.

Tumble Leaf centers around Fig who is a darling blue fox and his caterpillar friend Stick. The two of them along with Maple, return for new nature-filled adventures and discover science through play! There are quite a few memorable characters in Tumble Leaf and I have a feeling that your kids will love each of them as well. Tumble Leaf features beautiful and colorful lush worlds and playful stop-motion animation. In case you aren’t familiar with Tumble Leaf, last year this playful playschool series garnered four Daytime Emmys and the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Pre-School Children’s Animated Program. As you can tell from the trailer, it’s very appealing to kids as well as adults (I’m speaking from experience). The director of Tumble Leaf fosters lifelong creative learning in Tumble Leaf so kids learn while having fun watching. What more could you want as you connect with your family on movie night?

Be sure to let your kids catch up on season one before starting season two. Prime members can also download the series for offline viewing on iOS, Android and Fire devices at no additional cost.


  1. This looks like a super cute show! I wish my son was younger to enjoy it!

  2. I do not have children but can share Tumble Leaf with my nieces and nephews

  3. How cute is this series! I’m going to have to check it out to see if my 3 year old would like it!

  4. Such cute characters! My son is too old for this show, but it would be perfect for my little niece and nephew. They’d love it for sure!

  5. Michelle delgado

    My son’s would absolutely love this. Thank you for the information.

  6. Amazon is not playing with these original series. Thanks for sharing. We’ll have to check it out.

  7. This sounds like a wonderful program for children. I’ll be sure to check it out with my kids.

  8. Tumble Leaf looks like a wonderful children’s show – so cute! Glad that I have Prime and can take advantage of their awesome programs!

  9. This looks like a cute show. I bet my youngest son would enjoy it. I’ll have to show it to him.

  10. This would be a show my grandchildren would love watching. I love that this Tumble Leaf is appropriate for pre-school age kids. I’ll let my daughter know about this.

  11. This sounds like a show my twin granddaughters will like. Tumble Leaf sounds fun.

  12. This sounds like such a cute show. I know my girls would love it. We’ll be checking it out when it comes out. I think it will be something we can watch together and enjoy.

  13. We have Amazon Prime and my boys often watch Amazon Streaming and they seem to like this show. I haven’t sat down to watch it with them yet though, I hate to admit that.

  14. I have never seen this! It looks so cute. My girls are a little too old for this, but they would have loved this a few years ago.

  15. I have not heard of this show before!! It sounds like one that my son would love to watch!

  16. OMG, Tumble Leaf is so cute! I love stop motion animation like this. The colors are so great, too!

  17. Tumble Leaf sounds like a great show. This is exactly the kind of show my kids would watch all day when they were little.

  18. This looks like a really cute show for kids. I will have to check it out with my daughter. Looks like a lot of fun!

  19. My son has outgrown the stage now. But I bet when he was younger he would’ve loved the show. Looks like a very cute show.

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