New (& Cool) Kids’ Shows Coming to Netflix in November


Looking for new Netflix shows to watch with the kids this month? November is a great time to settle in and surf (cue the cozy fireplace). Not only is holiday content rolling out, but some fantastic new series for families will start streaming too. Read on to plan your watch list.

Coming to Netflix in November

Nov. 1: The Claus Family
A family tragedy helps holiday-hating Jules realize he’s destined for greatness. Tune in to find out if he can save Christmas.

Nov. 1: Addams Family Values
Sibling rivalry is at the heart of the family-friendly comedy, as Pugsley and Wednesday to get rid of new baby, Pubert.

Nov. 1: An Elf’s Story: The Elf on the Shelf
This movie, part of the popular Elf on the Shelf franchise, follows Chippy as he works to show a questioning boy the true meaning of Christmas.

Nov. 1: Elf Pets: Santa’s St. Bernards Save Christmas
Another movie from the popular franchise, Elf Pets brings three unlikely heroes together to save Christmas when the world is short on the holiday spirit.

Nov. 1: Angry Birds: Season 4 – Slingshot Stories
You know the game, now it’s time to watch Season 4 of the series. More wacky antics of birds protecting eggs from pigs.

Nov. 1: Bella and the Bulldogs (Season 2)
It’s time for Season 2 of this kid-favorite that follows Bella as she goes from cheerleader to middle school football quarterback in this wacky tables-turned comedy.

Nov. 2: Ridley Jones (Season 2)
Catch the latest season of the wildly popular Ridley Jones series that focuses on six-year-old Ridley, her mom and grandma. The three work to keep the exhibits at the museum she calls home safe once the lights go out. Ridley’s a hero kids can look up to.

Nov. 14: Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You
An animated movie based on a popular Christmas song? That’s what you’ll find here when little Mariah, who’s got her heart set on getting a puppy for Christmas, pet-sits to prove she’s responsible.

Nov. 16: Johnny Test’s Ultimate Meatloaf Quest
Talk about a kid-quest! Join Johnny Test and Dukey as the search for the perfect meatloaf—because dad’s just isn’t cutting it.

Nov. 16: StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing
Expect alphabet antics from Beep, Boop, Bing, Bang and Bo in this series that’s perfect for preschoolers.

Nov. 18: Dogs in Space
Genetically enhanced dogs? Adventures in space? Count us in for this new series that wonders if these loveable pups be reunited with their owners.

Nov. 18: The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star 
It’s another doppelganger switch-a-roo. Join Margaret, Stacy and Fiona as they go in search of a missing Christmas relic.

Nov. 19: Extinct
Find out what two cute and fuzzy creatures do when they accidentally travel to the future and realize their species no longer exists. Will they be able to turn back the clock and become un-extinct?

Nov. 23: Masters of the Universe: Revelation (Part 2)
Part 2 of this show picks up where the first left off—Eternia is fractured. Can a new alliance save it? Only you have the power to know when you watch.

Nov. 23: Waffles + Mochi’s Holiday Feast
Just in time for Thanksgiving, Waffles and Mochi are back with an adventure families will be thankful for. The duo hosts a holiday party and learn a lovely lesson about making memories and being with the people you love, too.

Nov. 24: A Boy Called Christmas
An inspiring movie based on the book that explains how a boy named Nikolas brought Christmas, and the gift of hope, to the world

Nov. 24: Robin Robin
From creator of Shaun the Sheep comes a new stop-motion animated film that kids will love. It’s got music, animals with British accents and a message about family that really resonates, especially during the holiday season.

Nov. 24: Charlie’s Colorforms City: Classic Tales with a Twist
Colorful shapes are the basis of this preschool favorite. In this series, Charlie retells fairy tales kids love with fun twists.

Nov. 24: Charlie’s Colorforms City: Snowy Stories
Just in time for the snowfall, Charlie and his colorful friends share blustery tales.

Nov. 24: Charlie’s Colorforms City: The Lost Valentines Musical
It’s a musical episode of this kid-favorite show, and it’s got lots of heart(s).

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Kids' Titles Leaving Netflix in November

Catch these family-friendly titles before they're gone:

My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree

My Little Pony: Happy Birthday to You!

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

Little Monsters

Major Payne

The Nutty Professor 

Nutty Professor II: The Klumps

—Allison Sutcliffe & Gabby Cullen 


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