It’s a brand new year with plenty of exciting new shows and movies on Netflix to keep your family entertained all month long. Check out everything you need to know about what’s new on Netflix for kids in January below.

Go! Go! Cory Carson

Based on the hit toy line Go! Go! Smart Wheels, this new preschool series takes young viewers along for the ride as kid car Cory Carson navigates life in Bumperton Hills.

Ages: 3 & up
Releases Jan. 4


Harvey Girls Forever!: Season 4

The new season with the crew on Harvey Street has it all, a robot band, a pirate adventure and even a friendly ghost.

Ages: 7 & up
Releases Jan. 10

The Inbestigators: Season 2

The young sleuths are on the case again for a second season full of crime and mystery. 

Ages: 6 & up
Releases Jan. 10

The Healing Powers of Dude

Middle school is hard to navigate no matter what, but for an 11-year-old boy with social anxiety disorder things get a little easier thanks to his comfort dog, Dude.

Ages: 8 & up
Releases Jan. 13

Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts

"Burrow Girl" Kipo leaves behind the safety of her underground home to navigate the unknown world of the surface during a mutant attack in this new sci-fi series.

Ages: 11 & up
Releases Jan. 14

Family Reunion: Part 2

The McKellan family is back for a second season balancing life in small-town Georgia.

Ages: 7 & up
Releases Jan. 20

Word Party: Season 4

Putting on your dancing shoes! It's time for another Word Party with Franny, Bailey, Kip, Lulu and a brand new friend, Tilly.

Ages: 3 & up
Releases Jan. 21

More Family Movies New to Netflix in January!

In addition to the line-up of new Netflix Originals, you’ll also be able to stream these family-friendly shows and movies starting this month:

Jan. 1
A Cinderella Story (2004) Ages 10 & up
Starring Hilary Duff this retelling of the classic fairytale takes place around a high school dance.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) Ages 8 & up
Johnny Depp steps into the role of Willy Wonka in this remake of the family favorite.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968) Ages 5 & up
This Dick Van Dyke starring film is based on a novel by James Bond author Ian Fleming with a script by Roald Dahl. Altogether it makes for a must-watch family adventure.

Free Willy (1993) Ages 7 & up
A young boy risks it all to save an orca in captivity.

Shrek Forever After (2010) Ages 7 & up
Shrek and the gang are back in the fourth installment of this hilarious fairytale franchise.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie (1990) Ages 9 & up
The pizza-loving action-packed turtles that started it all came to the big screen in this first film.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze (1991) Ages 9 & up
The turtles duke it out with Shredder over the last canister of ooze.

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) Ages 5 & up
The original Gene Wilder film is one every kid must see.

Kids' Titles Leaving Netflix in January

Amazingly, no kid-friendly titles are leaving Netflix in January, so that's something to celebrate.

—Shahrzad Warkentin

All photos: Courtesy of Netflix/ Featured photo: iStock 



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