Scooby Doo! And Guess Who season 1 is set to leave Prime Video at the end of July

Season 1 of Scooby Doo! And Guess Who is leaving Prime this month

When it comes to Scooby Doo and his friends, it feels like 2020 has been their year. Not only did they get a new movie this year, but that movie seems to be building towards a cinematic universe, which we are totally here for to be honest.

However, if you are looking for some animated adventures with Scooby and his friends, then you may want to hit up Amazon Prime Video before the end of July. While browsing Prime Video, I came across the series, Scooby Doo! And Guess Who, season 1. And while I was excited to find something light and fun to watch, I was disappointed to see in the fine print that it is “included with Prime until 7/31.”

It seems that the first season of the series is only part of our Prime subscription for a limited time. And while that doesn’t mean we won’t be able to watch the series on Amazon or elsewhere, it does mean that if we are in fact watching it on Amazon, we will likely have to pay extra to do that.

Scooby Doo! And Guess Who won’t be a Prime series much longer

While searching for more information about the series, I found that there are some other ways to watch the show, including Boomerang and Vudu, although it does still have Prime Video listed for now.

Of course, if you want to watch it right now, you still can. And I definitely recommend it, as the series is a lot of fun. Scooby and his friends get help from random celebrities there to help them solve a variety of mysteries. They take part in adventures, ghost hunts, and so much more, just like we would expect from any other Scooby Doo cartoon.

With Scooby Doo! And Guess Who still part of Prime Video for now, I am definitely going to be binge watching season 1 over the next few days.

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Will you be watching season 1 on Prime Video? Did you know the series was on Prime? Are you sad that it is apparently leaving the Prime library at the end of July? Tell us what you think in the comments.

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