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Here's When You Can Watch PAW Patrol: The Movie For Free On Paramount

Little kids everywhere are about to have their dreams come true with the debut of "PAW Patrol: The Movie."

In their feature film, the "PAW Patrol" team of rescue pups and their human leader Ryder (Will Brisbin) are leaving their town of Adventure Bay to answer a call for help in the neighboring Adventure City. There, they'll team up with the dachshund Liberty (Marsai Martin) to foil the newly elected Mayor Humdinger's (Ron Pardo) nefarious plot to bring chaos and ruin to the city. However, police dog Chase (Iain Armitage) is nervous to be back in the city where he was a young stray, and must overcome his self-doubt. The trailerĀ (posted on YouTube) shows them kitted out with fancy new technology to aid their mission.

The movie will be simultaneously released in theaters and on the streaming service Paramount+, so for every family who would rather stay home to watch the adventure, here's when you can stream it.

PAW Patrol: The Movie comes out in theaters and on Paramount+ on August 20

The "PAW Patrol" pups are going to Adventure City on August 20, when "PAW Patrol: The Movie" hits theaters and becomes available on Paramount+. The streaming site has different types of plans, starting at $4.99 per month, which offers a good alternative option for parents who don't want to sit in a theater with nothing but "PAW Patrol" for an hour and a half.

Still, Courtney Howard of Variety said "parents won't feel like they need to be rescued from the movie itself" and called it "a surprisingly potent feature" in her review. Alongside some of the usual cast members, "PAW Patrol: The Movie" has some big names that parents will know: Kim Kardashian plays a poodle named Delores, Randall Park and Dax Shepard play security guards, and Jimmy Kimmel is the reporter Marty Muckracker.

"PAW Patrol: The Movie" was directed by Cal Brunker, who penned it with Bob Barlen and Billy Frolick. Brunker and Barlen have teamed up before to write a pair of Bigfoot-themed animated comedies that have lit up Netflix. Frolick, on the other hand, is known for writing the DreamWorks animated film "Madagascar."