13 kids’ movies and shows coming to Netflix Canada this November 2017

Every month, Netflix Canada adds family-friendly shows and movies for your kids to stream. Here's what's coming up in November 2017.

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Real talk: I get pretty excited when Netflix Canada announces which kids’ TV shows and movies it will add to its lineup each month. Will there be a movie my nine-year-old loved at the theatre and now it’s finally available to stream (over and over again)? Will there be a new season of a series that my four-year-old is obsessed with (I’m looking at you, Rescue Bots)? And often there’s a new Netflix Original movie or show that looks promising.

So, here’s what’s coming up in November 2017. No new Rescue Bots, but there’s a little of something for everyone. Note: Age recommendations are approximate. Every kid is different—you’re the best judge of what’s appropriate and what your kid can handle.

Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed 
Best for: Ages 6+
Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby must stop a menacing scoundrel who plans to turn their town of Coolsville into the complete opposite. Available Nov. 1.

 

Promo image for the movie Charlie and the chocolate factory. show Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka tipping his tophat and the six kids in bubbles along the side
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Best for: Ages 7+
The eccentric Willy Wonka opens the doors of his candy factory to five lucky kids who learn the secrets behind his amazing confections. (This is the Johnny Depp version, not the Gene Wilder version. The latter is called Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.) Available Nov. 1.

 

Two girls from project Mc2 stand behind a booth at a high tech science fair
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Project Mc2: Part 6
Best for: Ages 6+
A new case brings the girls closer to one of Maywood Glen’s most prominent citizens, an entrepreneur with ties to McKeyla’s father. Available Nov. 7.

 

Promo image for Jetsons the movie. Shows illustration of the Jetsons family, a space age familywith Dad mom, two kids and a dog
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Jetsons: The Movie
Best for: Ages 4+
George Jetson moves his family to the far reaches of outer space as the newly minted head of Mr. Spacely’s Orbiting Ore Asteroid factory. Available Nov. 9.

 

CG dinosaurs that are also trucks rolling along in a scene from the show Dinotrux
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Dinotrux Supercharged
Best for: Ages 6+
The Dinotrux are back and supercharged, ready to face new challenges with powers that make them faster, stronger and more agile than ever before. Available Nov. 10.

 

Promo image for the Big family cooking showdown. Shwos four people standing in a kitchen and smiling
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The Big Family Cooking Showdown (season 1)
Best for: Ages 7+
In this unscripted competition-style series, families passionate about food serve up their most delicious dishes for the chance to be crowned Britain’s best home cooks. Available Nov. 3.

 

Animated girl from Glitter Force Doki Doki standing with her eyes closed and arms crossed as if she's about to use a special power
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Glitter Force Doki Doki (season 2)
Best for: Ages 7+
The Glitter Force warriors continue their battle against the evil King Mercenare with the help of a fierce new ally: Glitter Ace. Available Nov. 10.

 

Promo image for the show Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir. Show two super heroes. the girl is dress like a lady bug and the boy is dressed as a black cat
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Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir
Best for: Ages 6+
When Paris is in peril, Marinette becomes Ladybug. Little does she know, her school crush Adrien is actually Cat Noir, another city-saving superhero. Available Nov. 10.

 

characters from Luna Petunia having a group hug
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Luna Petunia (season 3)
Best for: Ages 3+
Puzzling mazes, mega meteors, lost treasures, the Jelly Jungle and other Amazia wonders await Luna and the gang in this season of fun and learning. Available Nov. 17.

 

Three CG kids stand in front of a stable and a CG horse from the tv show Spirit Riding Free
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Spirit: Riding Free (season 3)
Best for: Ages 7+
Exciting new adventures await Lucky and her friends on the frontier in a free-spirited third season filled with fun and discovery. Available Nov. 17.

 

Promo image for the 80s movie Field of Dreams Shows a man wearing a brown leather jacket standing in front of a field with his hands on his hips and his leg crossed. In the background it's nighttime
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Field of Dreams
Best for: Ages 10+
An Iowa corn farmer, hearing voices, interprets them as a command to build a baseball diamond in his fields; he does, and the 1919 Chicago White Sox come. Available Nov. 23.

 

Promo image for the show My Little Pony Friendship is Magic.
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My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (season 7)
Best for: Ages 5+
Journey to the enchanted land of Equestria, where unicorn Twilight Sparkle and her pals have adventures and learn valuable lessons about friendship. Available Nov. 27.

 

Three superheros from the show stretch Armstrong and the Flex fighters run down a hallway. one is wearing red, one, blue and the other green. the green one is flying
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Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters (season 1)
Best for: Ages 7+
Jake Armstrong and his best friends are unexpectedly transformed into superheroes who learn to reach far beyond the limits of any ordinary teenager. Available Nov. 17.

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