Whether it is the thrill of dinosaurs chasing you in Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, laughter with familiar friends from Boss Baby, or the breathtaking adventures of upcoming series Sonic Prime, Daniel Spellbound and My Dad the Bounty Hunter, Netflix is the home of your favorite characters. Our kids animated series can excite imaginations, stir emotions, and make spirits soar.
We’re excited to announce returning favorites including a new Jurassic World interactive special and new episodes of The Cuphead Show!, Sharkdog, and He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, along with first looks from:
- Daniel Spellbound
- Dead End: Paranormal Park
- Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight
- My Dad the Bounty Hunter
- Sonic Prime
- We Lost Our Human
These new series and new seasons build on the success of our kids animated series. Cocomelon, The Cuphead Show!, Gabby’s Dollhouse, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous and Sharkdog have all appeared more than once on Netflix’s Top 10 weekly global list of the most popular titles across 190 countries.
We want to create a safe and trusted space where your children can relax, play, learn, and explore alongside their favorite characters. This goes beyond our shows to our easy-to-use parental controls like pin protection and the kids activity recap to help caregivers make the right decisions for their families.
As a father to a four-year-old son and two-year-old daughter, I love seeing the world through my children’s eyes and sharing new experiences together. Sometimes that means having a dance party or solving a puzzle. Sometimes it means curling up together to watch their favorite new show.
My kids are particularly drawn to the limitless ability of animation to conjure worlds that defy reality, while introducing characters that feel as real as they are. So I can’t wait to see which of our new series and characters capture their hearts, and the hearts of our young viewers around the world, next.
Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight
Dead End: Paranormal Park
My Dad the Bounty Hunter
We Lost Our Human