It’s been 93 years since A. A. Milne’s first “Winnie-the-Pooh” book was published and the world was first introduced to the now-iconic character and his friends.

Since the 1926 story came out, countless movies, shows and other books featuring Winnie the Pooh have been released. That’s why, every year, on Milne’s birthday (Jan. 18), fans everywhere celebrate Winnie the Pooh Day.

You can do just that on Friday by watching one (or all) of the “Winnie the Pooh” movies and shows available to stream online.

Movies

“The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” (1977)

Although this is considered the first film involving the character, it’s actually a combination of four short, previously-released videos. You can check it out on Amazon Video, YouTube, iTunes, Vudu or Google Play, starting at $2.99

“Pooh’s Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin” (1997)

You can either watch this movie, about Winnie and his friend trying to find Christopher Robin, on Amazon Video, YouTube, iTunes, Vudu or Google Play, or you can see it on Netflix.

“Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving” (1999)

Keep the Pooh bear fun going with this Thanksgiving-themed video, which is available on Amazon Video, YouTube and Google Play.

“A Very Merry Pooh Year” (2002)

Christmas has come and gone, but you can get back in the holiday spirit with this flick, which is the 1991 Christmas TV special “Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too” and the film “Happy Pooh Year” in one. It’s on YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, Vudu and Amazon Video.

“Springtime with Roo” (2004)

Imagine warmer weather with this 2004 movie centered around Easter. You can rent or buy it on Amazon Video, YouTube, iTunes, Vudu or Google Play.

christopher robin winnie day “Christopher Robin” came out last year. Photo: Laurie Sparham/Walt Disney Pictures

“Pooh's Heffalump Movie” (2005)

The usual crew heads out to capture a Heffalump in this movie that’s available on iTunes, YouTube, Amazon Video and Google Play.

“Pooh’s Heffalump Halloween Movie” (2005)

If Halloween is more your holiday of choice, this is video option for you. Check out this Halloween flick, starting at $2.99, on Amazon Video, YouTube, iTunes or Google Play.

“Winnie the Pooh” (2011)

Head on over to any of the previously-mentioned sites, except for Netflix, to watch Winnie the Pooh and his crew look for a new tail for Eeyore.

“Christopher Robin” (2018)

The newest incarnation of Winnie the Pooh arrived last year with this live-action movie. You can see it on Vudu or Amazon Video.

Shows

“My Friends Tigger & Pooh” (2007-2010)

The only way to watch this TV show without any subscriptions is by getting it on iTunes for $1.99 per episode or $34.99 for a whole season. You can also see it on YouTube TV, which costs $40 per month.