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10 new kids' movies and shows coming to Netflix Canada this October 2017

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

It’s always exciting to see which new kids’ movies and shows Netflix Canada will add to its lineup each month. October’s new additions don’t include any massive hits that kids have been desperately waiting for, but there’s a little something for everyone.

So, here’s what’s coming up in October 2017. Note: Age recommendations are approximate. Every kid is different—you’re the best judge of what’s appropriate and what your kid can handle.

LEGO: City (season 1)
Best for: Ages 5+
The world of LEGO: City comes to life with police chases, jungle adventures and more. Available Oct. 15.

Promo image for Equestria girls Tales of Canterlot High on Netflix. Shows 7 girls dressed in different outfits based on their My Little Pony counterparts

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Equestria Girls: Tales of Canterlot High (season 1)
Best for: Ages 6+
In an alternate universe called Equestria, the ponies have become teenage girls who must learn what it means to be human while attending Canterlot High. Available Oct. 1.

Promo image for the show Ghost Patrol on Netflix. Shows two kids and a dog standing in front of a spooky looking mansion.

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Ghost Patrol
Best for: Ages 5+
Two kids and their pet dog (aka the Ghost Patrol) get a call about an old manor and soon find they are investigating their first real haunted house. Available Oct. 1.

Promo Image for the show Kibaoh Klashers on Netflix, Shows an anthropomorphic bug wearing armor and holding up a peace sign with his fingers

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Kibaoh Klashers (season 2)
Best for: Ages 6+
Young beetle Dylan and his friends Hailey and Ollie team up to compete against tough opponents in the exciting, high-octane sport of Battle Blading. Available Oct. 6.

Image from the show Skylanders Academy on Netlfix

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Skylanders Academy (season 2)
Best for: Ages 6+
In Season 2, Spyro tries to prove he has superpowers, a new cadet arrives at the Academy, Eruptor discovers a new skill and much more. Available Oct. 6.

Image from Word Party on Netflix

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Word Party (season 3)
Best for: Ages 3+
Bailey, Franny, Kip and Lulu help preschoolers learn new words while they have fun starting a band, playing games, learning about friendship and more. Available Oct. 6.

Promo poster for the Goosebumps movie starring Jack Black

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Goosebumps
Best for: Ages 7+
A teen is glum about moving to a small town until he falls for his new neighbour. But her dad is a horror writer whose scary world soon turns real. Available Oct. 11

Promo image for the movie, Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang, Shows Nanny McPhee surrounded by naughty kids and greenery

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Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang
Best for: Ages 7+
When Nanny McPhee arrives at the Green farm, she uses magic and discipline to help frazzled Mrs. Green run things while her husband fights in the war. Available Oct. 12.

Image from the show Super Monsters on Netflix

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Super Monsters (season 1)
Best for: Ages 3+
Six preschool kids whose parents are the world’s most famous monsters try to master their special powers while preparing for kindergarten. Available Oct. 13.

Image form Voltron Legendary Defender on Netflix

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Voltron: Legendary Defender (season 4)
Best for: Ages 8+
With Shiro back at the Castleship, Keith makes a choice that causes a rift between him and Team Voltron. As Allura and team focus on building the Voltron Coalition, Prince Lotor’s plans start to take shape. Available Oct. 13.

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