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Top Children’s Shows on Netflix

What’s the hottest show kids are watching right now on Netflix? Keep reading to find out!

A Series of Unfortunate Events
3 seasons
Good for kids 10 and older

“After the loss of their parents in a mysterious fire, the three Baudelaire children face trials and tribulations attempting to uncover dark family secrets.”

Ask the Storybots
2 seasons
Good for kids 3 and older

“Based on the award-winning educational apps, the StoryBots are curious little creatures who live in the world beneath our screens and go on fun adventures to help answer kids’ questions.”

Trollhunters
3 seasons
Good for kids 9 and older

“An ordinary boy finds a magic amulet that chooses him to be a Trollhunter, a guardian that defends the world of humans and the secret world of trolls.”

Care Bears & Cousins
2 seasons
Good for kids 3 and older

“The Care Bears are at it again, with fun adventures with their cousins, learning valuable lessons about friendship, hard work and most of all, caring. All in wonderful and colorful 3D CGI animated.”

Voltron: Legendary Defender
8 seasons
Good for kids 8 and older

“Five teenagers become the last line of defense for the galaxy in an intergalactic battle against the evil alien force led by King Zarkon.

The Magic School Bus Rides Again
2 seasons
Good for kids 5 and older

“Ms. Frizzle and her class along with an inventive high-tech bus that invites children on high-flying hijinks that introduce the incredible world of science.”

Word Party
2 seasons
Good for kids three and older

“Four adorable animal babies need your help to learn lots of skills – especially how to talk.”

Beat Bugs
3 seasons
Good for kids 4 and older

“Beat Bugs is an animated series, revolving around the lives and adventures of five charming and funny child-like bugs who live in an overgrown American-style backyard.”

Julie’s Greenroom
1 season
Good for kids 4 and older

“Ms. Julie Andrews teaches performing arts workshops with the help of her assistant Gus at their Wellspring Center for the Performing Arts.”

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