Are you having trouble choosing what to watch on your next Netflix family streaming night? Try visiting the Children and Family section on Netflix, and you will see a bunch of options!
This long list of good series and movies will surely challenge you to decide which all family members would enjoy. With a wide variety of choices, it would be challenging to choose which ones would match the whole family.
However, you have to worry no more because we got you! Here are 15 ongoing and upcoming series and movies on Netflix you may want for your next family bonding.
Netflix Drops 15 New Titles for Your Next Family Streaming Night
The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib (Rating TV-Y7)
The cute and smart Boss Baby returns following the events that unfolded in The Boss Baby: Family Business. You and your family can enjoy more antics from the unusually smart babies as they go against new enemies.
The new title revolves around an adult Ted Templeton. After being framed for a crime, he turns back into the Boss Baby to live undercover with his brother, Tim, posing as one of his kids.
Dream Home Makeover (Rating: TV-G)
Dream Home Makeover is a reality series featuring Shea and Syd Mcgee as they run their Utah-based design business. Their business aims to help people improve their dream houses.
We encourage you to watch this with your teens or older kids on your next Netflix family streaming night. Season 1 and 2 of this series are already on Netflix, while season 3 will be available on the 27th of July.
Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (Rating: TV-Y7)
Jack Black lends his voice once again to our beloved Po, the Kung Fu Panda! Share laughs with your family by watching this on Netflix on your next streaming night.
Join Po as he tries to retrieve magical weapons and save the world. During his journey, he works with an English knight named Luthera, the Wandering Blade.
Sharkdog (Rating: TV-Y)
Enjoy the fun-filled story of Max and his half-shark half-dog friend, Sharkdog. Share some laughs and learn heartwarming life lessons with your kids. Additionally, toddlers would probably love the cute animation of Max and Sharkdog’s antics.
The Hidden Lives of Pets (Rating: TV-G)
You and your family may now stream The Hidden Lives of Pets season 1 on Netflix now. The series is all about bow-wows and purr-fect pets! Let the kids meet amazing creatures from around the world and dig into the latest science on animals’ senses and skills.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous (Rating: TV-PG)
Season 5 of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous features a group of six teens. They happily grab a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join a new adventure camp. However, events take a turn for the worse when the young campers are left stranded as dinosaurs wreak havoc on the island.
Enjoy the thrilling new season of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous with your family on your next Netflix streaming bonding time. Watch out for the twist as you watch the new episodes with your kids.
Ivy & Bean (Rating: TV-Y)
Ivy & Bean series is based on the book series: Ivy & Bean by Annie Barrows. This series is appropriate for children of all ages.
Ivy and Bean never expected to befriend because of their completely opposite personalities. However, some life adventures can make two opposite people can be best of friends.
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie (Rating: TV- Y7)
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie will be on Netflix on the 5th of August 2022. In this movie, the Ninja Turtles will be facing their greatest challenge. They will soon encounter a mysterious stranger who arrives from the future with a dire warning.
Action Pack (Rating: TV-Y)
Season 1 and 2 of the series Action Pack are available on Netflix. The series is a preschool superhero adventure series from OddBot Inc. There will be a group of heroic kids, namely Treena, Watts, Wren, and Clay.
Angry Birds: Summer Madness (Rating: TV-Y7)
Angry Birds: Summer Madness season 1 and 2 is on Netflix now. Meanwhile, season 3 of the series will soon come out on Netflix.
You and your kids should watch out for these birds! Teen campers Red, Chuck, Bomb, and Stella, are having a wild summer at Camp Splinterwood.
The Sea Beast (Rating: PG)
The Sea Beast comes from the award-winning director who brought beloved kid-friendly films like Moana and Big Hero 6.
Monster hunters were revered figures at a time when fearsome creatures prowled the oceans, and none was more admired than the renowned Jacob Holland.
However, he finds himself with an unexpected ally when young Maisie Brumble sneaks aboard his famed ship. Together, they set out on an epic expedition into new territory.
Big Tree City (Rating: TV-Y)
The Big Tree City will be coming soon on Netflix. The series will be about a teeming metropolis of woodland animals. They live in giant, sky-scraping trees like they are apartment blocks.
Karma’s World (Rating: TV-Y)
A new season of Karma’s World follows Karma Grant and her quest of using her music to change the world. Encourage your kids to love singing while watching Karma’s journey as an aspiring musical artist and rapper.
Additionally, let your children learn from the life lessons and good deeds featured on the show. You can add the new season to your watch list or binge all seasons during the weekend.
The Creature Cases (Rating: TV-Y)
Encourage your kids’ curiosity by watching the first season of The Creature Cases. Join agents Sam Snow and Kit Casey as they attempt to solve different mysteries in each episode.
In the upcoming second season, the lead characters embark on a new journey around the globe. If you add this to your Netflix family streaming list, you can encourage your kids to develop problem-solving skills.
Gabby’s Dollhouse (Rating: TV-Y)
We predict your toddler would love the colourful features of Gabby’s Dollhouse on your next Netflix family streaming night. The mesmerising series returns with a new season filled with more mini-worlds found inside Gabby’s fantastical dollhouse.