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Where to watch Where’s Waldo? online

Follow Waldo and Wenda as they embark on intriguing adventures.

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Where's Waldo?

Inspired by the popular book series, Where’s Waldo? follows young adventurer Waldo and his friend Wenda.

What is Where’s Waldo? about?

Waldo and Wenda are young members of the WorldWide Wanderer Society. The two are regularly sent on missions by their mentor and often have to use their problem-solving skills to stop a rival globetrotter from stirring up all sorts of trouble.

The show teaches the value of teamwork and friendship, while also offering information about different countries and cultures. Where’s Waldo? is a colorful combination of learning and fun, which ultimately makes it appealing to viewers of all ages.

Where to watch Where’s Waldo?

Where’s Waldo? is a Peacock original series. All episodes are available on the new streaming service.

Peacock details

Peacock is a shiny new platform that offers a vast library of TV shows and movies to binge at any time. The great news? You can stream some of its content for free.

Sign up using only your email address and start watching a limited portion of the library for free, with ads. Or, get a Premium plan and enjoy even more NBCUniversal content.

Premium costs $4.99 a month and gives you access to the entire library with ads, while Premium Plus opens up the entire Peacock library without ads for $9.99 a month. Whichever plan you choose, new customers also get a 7-day free trial.

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