All the Great New Family Shows Coming to Netflix in December

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December is definitely all about the hustle and bustle. But with new and entertaining titles for families and kids coming to Netflix, it’s also the right time to plan a family movie night. So grab the popcorn and settle in. Here are all the fun new shows coming to Netflix to watch with the kids this month.

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Coming to Netflix in December

Dec. 1: 44 Cats (Season 4)
It’s cats. They’re musical. Let’s just say this cute kids’ show is pawsome.

Dec. 1: Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat (2003)
When it’s too wet to go out and too cold to play ball, The Cat in the Hat rescues Conrad and Sally from their boredom… or does he?

Dec. 1: Lost in Space (Season 3)
Based on the kitschy ‘60s show, the third season of this updated version continues to follow the Robinson family’s saga to find home in a vast universe.

Dec. 1: Kayko and Kokosh (Seasons 1 & 2)
A Slavic animated series, families can sit down to not one, but two seasons of fierce warriors defending Mirmilowo from Knaveknights.

Dec. 1: Stuart Little 2 (2002)
Everyone’s favorite mouse and his sidekick cat, Snowball, return in this full-length movie to help a sweet canary escape danger.

Dec. 3 Mixtape
Look back on Y2K with a whole new perspective when you watch this flick that hits the ‘90s nail on the head. Young orphan Beverly Moody finds a mixtape her mom made back in the day, and it sets off a search she’ll never forget.

Dec. 3: Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous (Season 4)
When a group of six teens is invited to Isla Nublar, they’re in for a real surprise. Will they survive when the island’s dinosaurs break out of captivity? 

Dec. 3: Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas
A search for a bigger stocking sets this Christmas adventure in motion that involves not just Shaun, but the whole barnyard bunch. 

Dec. 6: David and the Elves
After becoming pals, a young boy, David, and an overworked elf embark on a mission to help the people of his small town in Poland rediscover the magic of Christmas. 

Dec. 7: Centaurworld (Season 2)
Find out what’s in store for a fearless war horse and her musical, magical friends on the next chapter of this journey. 

Dec. 7: Go, Dog. Go! (Season 2)
The citizens of Pawston are in for more antics with pup, Tag, and her trusty sidekick, Scooch, in Season 2 of this animated series. 

Dec. 10: Back to the Outback
Some of Australia’s most misunderstood creatures break out of their captive homes and return to the Outback. Maybe they're not as dangerous as everyone thinks. 

Dec. 14: StarBeam: Beaming in the New Year
It’s up to Zoey and the Beam Team to defeat the bad guys, just in time to ring in the New Year. 

Dec. 15: Masha and the Bear (Season 5)
Masha and her best friend, a former circus bear, return for more zany adventures in this Russian children's series. 

Dec. 17: Fast & Furious Spy Racers: Homecoming (Season 6)
It’s fast. It’s furious. And now it's time for the last installment of this popular series that has kids of all ages dreaming of the day they can (finally) drive. 

Dec. 28: Word Party Presents: Math!
Adorable baby animals teach your little animals about the coolest subject of all—math. 

Dec. 31: Cobra Kai (Season 4)
The long-standing rivalry between karate dojos continues in the newest season of this wildly popular series that kicks Karate Kid into the future.

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Kids' Titles Leaving Netflix in December

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

A Cinderella Story

Mariah Carey's Merriest Christmas

Beethoven

Beethoven's 2nd

The Last Airbender

The Adventures of Puss in Boots

Spy Kids

Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams 

Spy Kids 3: Game Over

Stuart Little

—Allison Sutcliffe & Gabby Cullen 

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