Thursday, June 11, 2015

New Shows and Some Old Fun to Watch Shows on Netflix

I like that Netflix has a dedicated section for kids under 12 years old featuring dozens of original series for kids, TV shows, and movies from PBS, Disney Channel, DreamWorks Animation, Mattel, Hasbro, LEGO and Scholastic all in a commercial free environment. The dedicated section for kids can be accessed from any device, including PCs and Macs, iPads, game consoles, streaming devices, and smart TVs. Members are provided a kids profile upon sign up, which can be customized.
As a parent, I like that I can access this and scan through movies and TV shows organized by easy-to-understand genres like superheroes, princesses, dinosaurs and girl power, featuring clear and simple descriptions of the plot of each title. This also helps my children to choose appropriate shows that they can enjoy. 

Kids will soon have access to four new original animated series from Netflix. These include preschool shows Cirque du Soleil - Luna Petunia and Puffin Rock, and action adventure stories Edgar Rice Burroughs™ Tarzan and Jane, and Kulipari: An Army of Frogs. Each show will launch all of its episodes at the same time around the world, for all members to enjoy.
Cirque du Soleil - Luna Petunia - Fall 2016
From Saban Brands and Cirque du Soleil Média comes Luna Petunia, a new preschool series. Inspired by Cirque du Soleil’s unique brand of innovation and creativity, the animated series will chronicle the adventures of Luna Petunia, a girl who lives in our world but plays in a dreamland where she learns how to make the impossible possible. The first season of 11 episodes will premiere worldwide exclusively on Netflix, kicking off a franchise roll-out that will include a consumer products line, interactive digital content and a potential live tour.
Edgar Rice Burroughs™ Tarzan and Jane ™ - 2016
From 41 Entertainment, Executive Producer Avi Arad (Arad Animation) and with animation from ARC Productions comes a new kids series based on Edgar Rice Burroughs’ collection of stories about his iconic characters, Tarzan and Jane. In this modern-day remake, 16 year old Tarzan returns from the African jungle to a London boarding school where he is a fish-out-of-water and challenges conformity. There he meets Jane, Tarzan’s ultimate partner, who helps him solve environmental injustice, crimes and mysteries. The eight episode season will premiere worldwide exclusively on Netflix during the second half of 2016.
Kulipari: An Army of Frogs - 2016
Kulipari: An Army of Frogs, is based on a trilogy of books created by American football star, Trevor Pryce, and is inspired by his childhood fear of frogs. A story about bravery and heroism, this animated series targets grade school boys and follows poisonous frogs, scorpions and spiders who must go to war to ensure their power - and the survival of their entire world. The story of Kulipari inspires belief in oneself, one’s abilities, and the power of true friendship - even when odds are stacked against you. The 13 episode season, produced by Splash Entertainment and Outlook Company, will premiere worldwide exclusively on Netflix in 2016.
Puffin Rock - September 1, 2015
A new animated preschool series, Puffin Rock is set on a beautiful island off the coast of Ireland. Oona is a charismatic and plucky young puffling, who along with her ever-curious little brother Baba, explores the diverse array of sea, sky, land and underground creatures. The series introduces a combination of preschool themes and soft natural history learnings to young viewers. Acclaimed actor Chris O’Dowd narrates the English language version, with a diverse group of international talent narrating in other languages across the globe. Penguin Random House Children’s, Dog Ears, and twice-Oscar-nominated animation studio Cartoon Saloon partnered on the 13-episode season, which will premiere exclusively on Netflix in the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Benelux, France, and Germany this September, and in all other Netflix markets at a later date.

In addition to the new original titles, Netflix is also adding three new first-run exclusive series for kids to enjoy. The award-winning Russian phenomenon, Masha and the Bear, will premiere this August in the United States. This month, Canadian animation company Nelvana Studios introduces The Day My Butt Went Psycho to grade-school kids in the U.S., UK, and Mexico. And Elias, the little rescue boat from the popular Norwegian preschool series of the same name, is now streaming exclusively on Netflix in U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand.
Teens and tweens will be thrilled to learn that season 3 of "Mako Mermaids,” a Netflix original from the creators of international sensation “H20 Just Add Water,” is now available exclusively to all Netflix territories. “Mako Mermaids” revisits an enchanting world of magic and adventure introduced in “H2O – Just Add Water,” a long-running Australian series from Jonathan M. Shiff Productions that has captured the imagination of young audiences in over 120 countries. A pod of mermaids who once called Mako home have had their lives turned upside down by a merman who developed a connection with the island, posing a threat to their existence. As the mermaids struggle to take back his powers, they discover that his connection with Mako isn’t quite an accident. New mermaids and mermen are met along the way, and some are even created.

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