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Preschoolers and their parents are about to have more Netflix shows to choose from.
The streaming service announced Monday that it will be adding seven new animated and live-action programs to their slate of children’s shows geared toward an audience of kids aged two through six.
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Among the CG-animated shows is a follow up to Dreamworks’ “How To Train Your Dragon” franchise called “Dreamworks Dragons Rescue Riders” from Emmy-award winning executive producer Jack Thomas of “The Fairly OddParents.” Other additions include shows based on children’s books such as “Hello Ninja” and a Dreamworks-supported show “Go, Dog. Go!” following the adventures of a puppy named “Tag Barker.” Producer Jason Netter of “Preacher” will also helm a superhero animated show “StarBeam” and producer Liz Keyishian of “Sesame Street” will present a live-action program “Izzy Bee’s Koala World” about an 11-year-old “koala-whisperer” who saves the animals on her Australian island with her mother. “Emily’s Wonder Lab,” another live-action series, stars Emily Calandrelli, a “science communicator” who will introduce kids to experiments and activities. Rounding out the slate is “What-To-Doodles”...
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