Netflix is adding tons of new content for preschool kids and we cannot be more excited!
Netflix has been long known as a super affordable way for us to watch a bunch of movies and TV shows. It has also promised to never show ads, which is a major bonus. The streaming service has an entire kids section and it is about to get even better!
Netflix announced that it will be adding seven new programs for children aged 2-6. The programs will be a mix of both animated and live-action.
So which new shows will your preschoolers and young schoolchildren be putting their feet up to enjoy in the near future?
Here is the full lineup:
- "DreamWorks Dragon Rescue Riders" is the follow up to "How To Train Your Dragon" and produced by Emmy-award winning executive producer Jack Thomas of “The Fairly OddParents.”
- A series based on the children's book "Hello Ninja"
- "Go, Dog. Go!" following the adventures of a puppy named Tag Barker
- "StarBeam is an animated superhero show produced by Jason Netter of “Preacher”
- “Izzy Bee’s Koala World” is a live-action program about an 11-year-old who saves Koalas and other animals on her Australian island with her mom. It is produced by Liz Keyishian of “Sesame Street”
- “Emily’s Wonder Lab” is a live-action series introducing kids to science experiments and activities.
- “What-To-Doodles” is a funny show about creatures who go on adventures together. This series was edited by Doug Wood of “Bob the Builder.”
Netflix plans to add the shows to their lineup gradually over the next two years. In the meantime, the shows your littles ones already enjoy will remain available.
But what if your preschoolers like the new shows a little too much? If your kids have figured out how to turn on Netflix on their own, the streaming service has some new features that will help. Age restrictions and PIN control are going to be available for parents to utilize.