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8 kids’ movies and shows coming to Netflix Canada in





With Go! Go! Cory Carson, Gabby’s Dollhouse and more, Netflix Canada will be fully stocked with kids’ fave shows and fun movies in August 2021.

Netflix Canada has announced which new TV shows and movies will be joining the lineup next month and, of course, that means more options for kids! There are a bunch of titles to look forward to in August 2021, including new episodes of kid favourites like Go! Go! Cory Carson, Family Reunion and Gabby’s Dollhouse! Check out the full lineup with specific release dates below.

But first, an important note: The age recommendations offered below are approximate. Every kid is different, and you’re the best judge of what’s appropriate and what your kid can handle.

Still from Go Go Cory Carsons howing a bunch of animated cars playing by the river

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Go! Go! Cory Carson, Season 5

Best for: 3+
Whether helping out his friends or making new ones, Cory is always on the move and ready for any adventure that comes his way! Available August 17

Still from Family Reunion showing a family doing a huddle with their hands in the middle

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Family Reunion, Part 4

Best for: 10+
The McKellans are continuing their extended reunion with more laughs, joy, and Black family magic. Available August 26

Still from Fast and Furious Spy Racers showing a team staring at a screen looking concerned

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Fast & Furious Spy Racers, Season 5: South Pacific

Best for: 9+
When Tony, the heart of the “Spy Racers” family, is captured by Russian arms dealers, the team travels to the South Pacific to save him, and foil a plan to take over the world in the process. Available August 13

still from Gabby's dollhouse showing an animated kid vlogging with her pet cat

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Gabby’s Dollhouse, Season 2

Best for: 4+
More paws-itively purr-fect fun awaits as Gabby and her dollhouse friends find new ways to learn, create and celebrate in a whimsical world of joy. Available August 10

Still from I Heart Arlo showing an alligator boy talking to a man with wings while standing on a boat

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I Heart Arlo

Best for: 8+
Optimistic Arlo and his eclectic group of pals learn how to live together in a community, where everyone has their own idea of what’s fun. Available August 27

Still from the Loud House showing a big family looking happy to welcome someone

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The Loud House Movie

Best for: 6+
As the middle child and only boy in the large Loud family, Lincoln struggles to feel special, but this all changes when the family travels to Scotland. Available August 20

Ella Enchanted

Best for: 7+
As a baby, Ella is given the gift of obedience from a scatterbrained fairy named Lucinda, but as she gets older the gift turns out to be more of a curse. Then one day her vicious step-sisters find out her secret, causing her to lose her best friend. In order to make things right, Ella sets out on an adventure to find Lucinda and force her to take the gift back. Available August 1

Still from Oggy Oggy showing a creature standing by a campfire

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Oggy Oggy

Best for: 4+
In this colorful series made for preschoolers, Oggy is an adorable baby kitten who has silly adventures near and far with all of his friends. Available August 24

LAST CALL!

Netflix takes things off the platform every month, but no kids titles are getting the chop in August. Everyone to the couch!

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