By Kim ShiffmanMar 21, 2018
The weather is finally starting to warm up a bit—but that doesn't mean your kids will stop asking for indoor screen time. If they're looking for something new, here's what Netflix Canada is adding to its kids' lineup in April 2018.
Note: The age recommendations offered below are approximate. Every kid is different—you're the best judge of what's appropriate and what your kid can handle.
The Boss Baby: Back in Business (season 1)Best for: Ages 6+ With a little help from his brother and accomplice, Tim, Boss Baby tries to balance family life with his job at Baby Corp headquarters. Available April 6.
Bruno and Boots: Go Jump in the PoolBest for: Ages 7+ To keep pal Boots from being sent to a rival school with better athletics, prankster Bruno leads an epic campaign to build a pool at Macdonald Hall. Available April 1.
Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most WantedBest for: Ages 6+ Having ended their African adventures, Alex and his friends set their sights for New York City—this time, hitching a ride with a traveling circus. Available April 1.
Wakfu (season 3) Best for: Ages 7+ When a secretive guild comes after Percedal's children, Yugo and friends embark on a daunting rescue mission. Available April 1.
The Magic School Rides Bus AgainBest for: Ages 5+ The Magic School Bus pulls out all the stops, taking Ms. Frizzle and the class to the top of a noodle mountain—and the centre of the sun itself. Available April 13.
Spy Kids: Mission Critical (season 1) Best for: Ages 7+ What if grown-up spies can't do the job? It's up to junior spies Juni and Carmen Cortez to defeat S.W.A.M.P. in an animated series based on the films. Available April 20.
The New Legends of Monkey (season 1)Best for: TBD A valiant girl liberates the Monkey King—a god long trapped in stone—in a quest to find seven sacred scrolls and save the world from evil. Available April 27.