Best Kids Shows On Netflix – Top 16 Children’s Series & Movies

Angry Birds - Kids Shows & Movies

Netflix has a brilliant collection of shows and movies for Kids. From innovative series like ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events' to blockbuster movies such as ‘Sing' and ‘Angry Birds'.

If your little monsters are looking the best kids shows on Netflix, then we can point you in the right direction. We have our top 16 Children's series and movie available to stream right now on Netflix. Check out the list and remember you can view all our children friendly content here.

10 Top Kids Shows On Netflix

Frequently ranked as one of the greatest animated movies of all time, My Neighbor Totoro is the Japanese masterpiece from legendary director, Hayao Miyazaki, a founder of the immen...[Read More]

Toymaker and inventor, Jeronicus Jangle had it all until his ideas were stolen and his family fell apart. But 30 years on can his granddaughter reignite the spark and belief that h...[Read More]

Season three rounds off A Series Of Unfortunate Events dark gothic comedy with as much energy and vigour as it started. Please, do not look away. This is an impeccable show that wi...[Read More]

The Christmas Chronicles on Netflix is brilliantly bonkers. From beginning to end the pace is lightening speed and absolutely packed with action. It is a modern Christmas tale with...[Read More]

Looking for something engaging to watch with your kids? Then check out Hey Duggee for an offbeat yet brilliantly fun series about a friendly lovable dog who runs an activity club f...[Read More]

Kubo and the Two Strings is a stunning stop frame animation by Laika studios. It is a wonderful story of courage and loss which tackles some very adult themes along the way, whilst...[Read More]

Reviving everybody's favourite sarky cartoon mouse from the 80s, the new Danger Mouse is better than ever and a real treat for a new generation of kids as well as their parents who...[Read More]

A terrific kid's animated series that follows Hilda, who grew up in the magical wilderness with her mother, as she goes on her adventures in the big city of Trolberg. Delivered wit...[Read More]

Welcome to the world of the Dark Crystal, the creation of legendary puppeteer, Jim Henson. Follow the Gelfling as they battle the Skeksis, self-proclaimed masters of the crystal as...[Read More]

Two kids are recruited to battle video game monsters that have found their way into the real world in Glitch Techs, a really fun and brilliantly animated series that's perfect for ...[Read More]

This incredibly beautiful short animated film is a triumph. If you're looking for pure warmth and a Christmas movie that will wrap it's arms around you and give you a great big hug...[Read More]

Angry Birds is the movie based on the mobile game which racked up over 3 Billion downloads! It was hardly surprising, then, that the cute characters made the switch from little scr...[Read More]

Brainchild is the new documentary series from Netflix aimed at the tween audience - or those with younger kids who think they're teenagers! Explaining everyday topics, such as Soci...[Read More]

Based on the original books, The Babysitters Club follows four 12-year-old friends as they start a small business but when life gets in the way, will these friends be able to rely ...[Read More]

This live-action remake of the popular kids cartoon, Dora and the Lost City of Gold, takes the whole family on a fun adventure with plenty of comedy and a stand out performance fro...[Read More]

When Nick Patterson turns up on the Thompsons doorstep claiming to be a long lost relative, their world gets turned upside down. But is Nick really who she says she is? A solid sit...[Read More]

My personal recommendation is ‘Brainchild‘ a show which explains everyday topics, such as Social Media and Germs, parents and kids can watch it together and you'll both learn something new in a unique, funny and smart way. A massive thumbs up!

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