Just in time to keep the kids entertained on those too-hot-to-go-outside days, the Netflix hit series True and the Rainbow Kingdom just debuted its second season.

This preschool-aged series follows the adventures of 8-year-old True and her sidekick, Bartleby the Cat, as they lend a helping hand to the colorful, wacky citizens in the Rainbow Kingdom. The show, which is a collaboration between Guru Studio (PAW Patrol) and executive producer Pharrell Williams, is centered on teaching young kids big concepts, like mindfulness, empathy and critical thinking skills, in a way they can easily grasp.

The upbeat, fun-to-watch series debuted last summer and now it’s back for more candy-colored adventures. The second season is split into two parts with five episodes under the title True: Magical Friends and another five titled True: Wonderful Wishes.

The second season is now available to stream on Netflix, along with the first season in case you need to get caught up.

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—Shahrzad Warkentin

Featured photo: Guru Studios

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