New movies and shows for kids on Netflix 2022

New movies and shows for kids on Netflix 2022

What to watch with children in November and December? Here we've rounded up the releases for kids coming to Netflix in the run-up to this Christmas.

Deepa & Anoop (TV Series)

Release Date: November 7

This animated series continues the adventures of Deepa and her best friend Anip, a color-changing elephant. They live at the Mango Manor Hotel, which is owned by her family. This couple will go through funny situations and exciting adventures full of life's discoveries and music. Young children of preschool age will definitely enjoy this colorful and kind cartoon, created by the Indian filmmaker Munjal Shroff in the best traditions of Bollywood.

My Father's Dragon

Release Date: November 11

For those who miss the stories in the style of "The Chronicles of Narnia". This is a tale of friendship and the fact that many things in this world are not what they seem to be. A fantastic incident happens to the hero, a boy named Elmer: a stray cat moves him to a fairy-tale reality, to an island where he meets a dragon, a rhinoceros and other animals. It turns out that these creatures, which we used to fear, can be good friends. Elmer must help his friends and fight against the insidious gorilla Saiwa. This animated movie  is based on the 1948 novel by Ruth Stiles Gannett and has an outstanding cast of actors who voice cartoon characters: Jacob Tremblay as Elmer and Whoopi Goldberg as a cat, among others.

Teletubbies (TV Series)

Release Date: November 14

Netflix gave a second life to the famous British TV show of the 90s for the little ones and supplemented its catalog with it. Funny creatures Teletubbies live in it: Tinky Winky, Dipsy and Laa-Laa play and interact with real people. If your childhood was in the 90s, then you will relive it again with your kids.

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Hidden Adventure (TV)

Release Date: November 15

This is the fifth season of the interactive animated series based on the famous science fiction film by Steven Spielberg. As you remember, a group of teenagers meet with dangerous dinosaurs who escaped from an adventure camp on Isla Nublar. Adventures of Darius, Ben, Yaz, Brooklyn, Kenji and Sammy are about to start and your whole family can easily join them this autumn evenings.

Wednesday (TV Series)

Release Date: November 23

The Addams Family is back! Directed by the divine Tim Burton, the new series follows the daughter of Gomez and Morticia Addams (played by Jenna Ortega) at Nevermore Academy boarding school. The supernatural abilities of the girl will not keep you waiting long! Another series perfect to watch with your teens.

Scrooge: A Christmas Carol

Release Date: December 2

So we got to the Christmas theme! This year it is a new film version of the novel by Charles Dickens. We will meet with Ebenezer Scrooge, a greedy old man who is visited by ghosts from the past to make him reconsider his life and become kinder. This story, which has absorbed  Victorian motifs and old English traditions, has become ideal for a new Christmas musical.

Gudetama: An Eggcellent Adventure (TV Series)

Release Date: November 13

Chicken egg as the hero of a show?! Why not! In this very funny Japanese series, Sanrio Gudetama is a lazy egg who goes looking for his mother along with his already hatched sister named Shakipiyo. They jump out of the fridge and begin an adventure full of dangers. After all, being not eaten is not an easy task! We give this cartoon the first place in our chart!

Sonic Prime (TV Series)

Release Date: November 15

Sonic the Hedgehog saga made it to Netflix. The next, sixth cinematic adaptation of the cult Sega video game takes us to the "strange new multiverse", where the hero will fight with Dr. Eggman. The hedgehog must save the Shatterverse and help his friends.

Roald Dahl's Matilda: the Musical

Release Date: November 25

Another Christmas movie is the new version of "Matilda", the Tony Award-winning stage play, inspired by Roald Dahl's novel. This is the story of a girl Matilda (Alisha Weir), a child with a rich inner world, a lover of books and gifted with the skill of telekinesis. She rebels against the philistine world of her family and the despotic teacher Emilia Ms. Trunchbull (Emma Thompson).