‘Teletubbies’ and ‘Princess Power’ is now a part of Netflix preschool slate

Netflix will bring fun-filled preschool series for their young viewers this fall. The amazing shows will have favorites like CoComelon, Gabby’s Dollhouse and Teletubbies along with meeting new friends from Princess Power and Spirit Rangers. Netflix offers young viewers everywhere new episodes and series to enjoy throughout the year. 

With their easy-to-use parental controls like creating a kids profile for the preschooler that is  filled with age-appropriate content, they have created a safe and trusted space where the children can relax, play, learn and explore alongside their favourite characters.

Check out the new and returning series, including first look images and launch dates of Netflix preschool shows:

Spirit Rangers premieres 10 October

Inspired by stories from Native American tribes and the majestic landscapes of national parks of America, Spirit Rangers explores the adventure and beauty of nature through the eyes of Kodi, Summer and Eddy Skycedar, Chumash/Cowlitz siblings who share a secret. This trio of kids are  “Spirit Rangers” who help protect the land and spirits of the national park that they call home in California. Taking on new perspectives as a grizzly bear cub, red-tailed hawk and spunky turtle, the Skycedar kids take on every challenge — from helping a lost thunderbird to waking a sleepy sun — with courage and compassion. 

Created by Santa Ynez Chumash tribal descendant and the first California Native American showrunner Karissa Valencia, the fantasy-adventure preschool series celebrates community, nature and the rich heritage of Native American storytelling.

The cast includes Wačíŋyeya Iwáš’aka Yracheta as Kodi Skycedar, Isis Celilo Rogers as Summer Skycedar, Talon Proc Alford as Eddy Skycedar, Kimberly Guerrero as Mom, John Timothy as Dad, Cree Summer as Lizard and DeeDee and Shaun Taylor-Corbett as Coyote, Wes Studi as Sunny, Tantoo Cardinal as Moon, Devery Jacobs as Wind Eagle and Nyla Rose as Lawetlat’la.

The show is being produced by Netflix Animation and Laughing Wild in association with SUPERPROD. Karissa Valencia and Chris Nee serve as the executive producers.

Waffles + Mochi’s Restaurant premieres 17 October

Get bready for Waffles and Mochi to blast off on their tastiest adventure yet as they open their very own restaurant. As chefs, the two traveling taste-buddies serve up sweet, salty and spicy dishes inspired by the ingredients from their incr-edible explorations. The new season features familiar faces like Mrs. Obama and world-renowned chefs, home cooks, kids and celebrities from all over the globe who all share the same passion for food and fun!

The show is created by Erika Thormahlen & Jeremy Konner. The executive producers are Erika Thormahlen, Jeremy Konner, Tim McKeon, Tonia Davis, Priya Swaminathan, Barack and Michelle Obama. Alex Braverman and Alex Pitz are the co-EPs.

Michelle Obama, Kimiko Glenn (Yuki) and Eugene Cordero (Danny) feature in the cast list. Sarah Berman (Waffles), David Bizzaro (Mochi), Jonathan Kidder (Busy), Diona Elise Burnett (Steve the Mop), Taleia Gilliam (Bella) are the puppeteers.

Gabby’s Dollhouse returns for season six on 1 November

The Gabby Cats are back with more cat-tastic fun! Gabby and her kitty friends go on a rainbow puzzle hunt and attend DJ Catips “Super Think Camp,” solving riddles to earn super capes, a dress-up adventure leads Gabby excavate a glow-in-the-dark gem mine in the wild west, and even an pop up supply of paper cups turns into a crafty-riffic day! And in a meow-gical holiday moment, Gabby and Pandy decorate the dollhouse and help Santa Kitty and their Kitty reindeer save Christmas in Gabby’s Dollhouse!

Laila Lockhart as ‘Gabby’, Tucker Chandler as ‘Pandy Paws’, Tara Strong as ‘Kitty Fairy’ and ‘Mama Box’, Donovan Patton as ‘CatRat’, Juliet Donenfeld as ‘Cakey’, Maggie Lowe as ‘Baby Box’, Secunda Wood as ‘MerCat’, Sainty Nelsen as ‘Pillow Cat’, Eduardo Franco as ‘DJ Catnip’, Carla Tassara as ‘Carlita’.

The CG cum live action show is produced by DreamWorks Animation, while Traci Paige Johnson and Jennifer Twomey serve as the executive producers.

Teletubbies premieres 14 November 

Join colorful friends Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po on wonder-filled adventures as they learn and grow in this 21st century refresh of the beloved preschool series, now narrated by Emmy-nominee Tituss Burgess (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt). Each episode includes new, original “Tummy Tales” songs that will have the entire family dancing along!

The 26 x 12-minute episodes have been written by Catherine Williams. 

Andrew Davenport is the co-creator and writer of the original series and the narration is done by Tituss Burgess. Kate Bennetts, Maddy Darrall, Steven DeNure, Billy Macqueen, Michael Towner are executive producers of Teletubbies.

The Teletubbies performers are Rachelle Beinart, Rebecca Hyland, Nick Chee Ping Kellington, Jeremiah Krage. 

Tummy Tales is hosted by Julia Pulo and the executive producers are Stephanie Betts, Anne Loi and Josh Scherba.  

StoryBots: Answer Time premieres 21 November 

The StoryBots are back, answering tough questions and delivering so many laughs that kids won’t even realize they’re learning! From “how lasers work” to “why people get dizzy,” the StoryBots break down the most complex ideas into bite-size explanations that expand kids’ understanding and appreciation of the world around them. With world-class art, animation, music, and more, StoryBots Answer Time is guaranteed to not only entertain and educate kids, but grown-ups too!

StoryBots: Answer Time. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2022

The animation is done by Brown Bag Films, while Evan Spiridellis and Gregg Spiridelilis serve as the executive producers.

Danny DeVito, Common, Sophie Turner, Chrissy Tiegen and Anne Hathaway are the guest stars.

Princess Power premieres 2023

Synopsis: Netflix’s new animated preschool series Princess Power is based on the No.1 New York Times Bestselling book series Princesses Wear Pants by Savannah Guthrie (co-anchor of Today) and Allison Oppenheim. The show is a celebration of girl power and self-expression that follows princesses of four major fruit kingdoms: Kira Kiwi, Beatrice “Bea” Blueberry, Rita Raspberry and Penelope “Penny” Pineapple. These princesses embrace their differences and become stronger together to help their fellow fruitizens and make their world a better place. Princess Power’s whimsical, aspirational joy comes with a timely message: that it’s not just what you wear but what you do that makes all the difference. 

Developed by Elise Allen (showrunner/EP), the series is executive produced by Savannah Guthrie (co-author), alongside Matthew Berkowitz, Kristin Cummings and Jennifer Twiner McCarron of Atomic Cartoons, and Drew Barrymore, Ember Truesdell and Nancy Juvonen of Flower Films. The show is produced by Atomic Cartoons and Flower Films and Monica Davila is the supervising producer.

CoComelon Lane premieres 2023

CoComelon Lane explores the lives of JJ and his best friends (Cody, Cece, Nina, Bella and Nico) as they experience life’s BIG moments for little kids. From the excitement of going to a friend’s house for dinner for the first time, or learning how to take care of a family pet, to the scaries that come from that first trip to a doctor’s office, JJ invites viewers (speaking directly to audiences for the first time!) to join their favorite CoComelon characters as they experience — and celebrate — life’s special milestones of growing up.

The show is based on the popular characters from Moonbug Entertainment Ltd. The animation is done by Atomic Cartoons. Guy Toubes and Brandon Violette serve as the showrunners.

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