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Netflix announces spin-off of the Dragon Trailer and other series for children

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Published on Jul 23, 2019

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Netflix has announced a new series intended for small children (but not only) made by talented creators: in addition to the spin-off of how to train your Dragon, we find Hello Ninja, StarBeam, DreamWorks Go, Dog. Go! What-To-Doodles, Izzy Bee's Koala World and Emily's Wonder Lab.

“With high-quality content suited to children of every age and preparation, we want to help young people find and get in touch with the stories of their favorite characters on Netflix,” the words of Melissa Cobb, vice – president content animation original Netflix“, We are also present to allow parents to find products that are suitable to the family at any time they consider it appropriate to enjoy the entertainment.”

Below, we present the new series.

DreamWorks Dragons Rescue Riders (output in 2019) is an animated series of comedy – adventure in CGI that opens a new chapter for the acclaimed franchise how to train your Dragon. The new series is based on twins, Dak and Leyla, grew up with dragons and able to communicate with them via a unique link. The two brothers lead a team of young dragons intent on saving the other dragons and the people of the town of Huttsgalor. Directed by TJ Sullivan (Barnyard, Beware the Batman), sees as a producer Jack Thomas (Dragons: Race to the Edge, The Fairly OddParents) and Brian K. Roberts (VeggieTales in the House).

StarBeam (out in 2020) made in CGI, and is produced by Kickstart Entertainment, follows the adventures of Zoey, an enthusiastic little girl in elementary school that, in situations of danger, the pronunciation of the words “now is the time to shine!” and is transformed into a StarBeam, a fast and powerful hero. Among the executive producers Jason Netter (Preacher), Loris Kramer Lunsford. (Johnny Test), and Heather Puttock (Ready Jet Go!), while the head writer will be Noelle Wright (Doc McStuffins, Super Monsters).

DreamWorks Go, Dog. Go! (out in 2020) is a series of CGI produced by DreamWorks Animation and DHX Media, based on the beloved children's book by P. D. Eastman. The series follows the adventures of the young puppy Tag Barker in Pawston, a colorful community of dogs handled. The showrunner and executive producer will be Adam Peltzman (the Odd Squad, Wallykazam).

What-To-Doodles (out in 2020) follows the adventures of a team of lovable young creatures who sing, play, grow, laugh and learn together, teaching children what to do in the early experiences of everyday life. Created by Art Spigel and Hannah Kole, the series is produced by the production company request.7ate9 Entertainment, and see as story editor Doug Wood (Molly of Denali, Bob the Builder).

Izzy Bee's Koala World (out in 2020) has as its protagonist Izzy Bee, which, together with the mother veterinary Ali and his father Tim save the koala in Australia. The series of non – fiction produced in collaboration with The Dodo and the Nomadic Films, between the producers Jared McGillard (Dodo Heroes, Last Alaskans), Izzie Lerer (co-Founder / Chief Creative Officer The Dodo, Dodo Heroes), Suzanne Kolb (Dodo Heroes, The Swim), Elizabeth Keyishian (Sesame Street, Paw Patrol, Astroblast), David Glauber (Snug''s House, Toca Boca: Toca TV), and John Collin (Dodo Heroes).

Emily s Wonder Lab (out in 2020), another series of non-fiction, sees the divulgatrice scientifica Emily Calandrelli accompany the children through lively experiments and fun activities. The series, a live-action is created and produced by Bunim Murray Productions (The Real World, Crystal Maze, Keeping up with the Kardashians) and to see how producers Emily Calandrelli (Xploration Outer Space, Bill Nye Saves the World), Gil Goldschein, Mary Peppin and Trish Gold.

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