By Kim ShiffmanAug 25, 2017
Every month, Netflix Canada adds new kids' TV shows and movies to its lineup. Here's what coming up in September. Note: Age recommendations are approximate. Every kid is different—you're the best judge of what's appropriate and what your kid can handle.
Disney's Beauty and the Beast Best for: Ages 7+ Held captive in an enchanted castle where clocks and candlesticks come to life, a brave young woman clashes with a beastly but good-hearted prince. Available Sept. 19.
Hidden FiguresBest for: Ages 9+ This story follows a team of female African-American mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the U.S. space program. Available Sept. 1.
LEGO Elves: Secrets of ElvendaleBest for: Ages 7+ Armed with a powerful amulet, a teenage guardian is tasked with protecting her little sister—and all of Elvendale. Available Sept. 1
The Wiggles (season 1)Best for: Ages 2+ The Wiggles entertain tots with spirited (and very catchy!) music, simple choreography and whimsical adventures. (Note: This is the series produced in 2015. The Wiggles season that is already on Netflix was produced in 2013.) Available Sept. 1.
Newsies: The Broadway MusicalBest for: Ages 8+ Set in New York City at the turn of the century and based on a true story, Newsies is the rousing tale of Jack Kelly, a charismatic newsboy and leader of a ragged band of teenaged 'newsies,' who dreams only of a better life far from the hardship of the streets. Available Sept. 5.
Spirit: Riding Free (season 2)Best for: Ages 7+ In a small western town, spunk ex-city girl Lucky forms a tight bond with wild horse Spirit, while having adventures with best pals Pru and Abigail. Available Sept. 8.
The Little RascalsBest for: Ages 7+ Inspired by Hal Roache’s “Our Gang” TV series, the delightful family film released in 1994 promises shenanigans from the funniest little mischief makers of all time. Available Sept. 14.
Project Mc2 (part 5)Best for: Ages 6+ Teenage spy McKeyla teams up with three other super-smart girls to become secret agents who use their science and tech skills to save the day. Available Sept. 15.
Veggietales in the City (season 2)Best for: Ages 4+ With exciting trips to the big city, the ski slopes and beyond, the Veggie friends expand their horizons and learn valuable faith-based lessons. Note: The stories on this show may convey moral themes based on Christianity and the Bible. Available Sept. 15.
Fuller House (new episodes)Best for: Ages 8+ D.J. Fuller is a mother of three young boys and is a recent widow. D.J.'s sister Stephanie, her best friend Kimmy and Kimmy's teenage daughter all move in to help raise her sons. The house is now a lot fuller. Available Sept. 22.
Monster TrucksBest for: Ages 6+ A young man working at a small town junkyard discovers and befriends a creature which feeds on oil being sought by a fracking company. Available Sept. 22.
Hotel Transylvania 2Best for: Ages 6+ After Mavis weds Jonathan and baby Dennis arrives, Dracula looks for proof that his grandson is a vampire and needs to remain in Transylvania. Available Sept. 27.
The Magic School Bus Rides Again (season 1)Best for: TBD Ms. Frizzle’s sister takes her class on a slew of wild science adventures in this update of the beloved animated show.