Looking for some entertaining and thought-provoking animated series' for your kids to watch on Netflix? We have rounded up the 18 best kids' shows like Hilda, that even adults will love. Curl up with a great show and enjoy the screen time!
Hilda is a Netflix animated kids’ show adapted from Luke Parsons's graphic novel series. It revolves around the girl Hilda's adventures with magical creatures like elves and trolls and is set in a fantasy world. Since its debut in 2018, the show has received overwhelming critical acclaim. For preschoolers, it's a great one to revel in.
2. Puffin Rock
Puffin Rock is an awesome Netflix Kids' show designed for preschool-aged kids. The series follows the discovery of two baby puffins on a gorgeous Irish island. Get ready to open up your imagination with these two adorable puffins!
3. Trollhunters: Tales Of Arcadia
Trollhunters is perhaps one of the best fantasy Netflix kids’ shows of all time with its theme around self-sacrifice and love. Adapted from Oscar-winning filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro's book, it follows the story of an ordinary boy who finds a magic amulet that chooses him to be a Trollhunter, a guardian that defends the world of humans and the secret world of trolls.
4. Shaun The Sheep: Adventures From Mossy Bottom
If Netflix's delightful A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon has tempted your kids to enjoy more witty adventures with this claymation farmhouse sheep, then it's perfect timing to stream this show. Though aimed towards kids that are a little older than preschoolers, adults will also appreciate the humor of the series.
Voltron is an excellent Netflix reboot of the 80s classic TV show that mashed up numerous Japanese anime series. If your kid is a true Sci-Fi animation fan, then this is a great heartwarming and thought-provoking series to dive into with them.
6. Dragons: Race To The Edge
This will be a great fun family TV series if you and your kids are a fan of Hiccup. Following the great fantasy film How to Train Your Dragon 2, the series shows us how the youths grow up. Its animation is remarkably impressive.
7. Stranger Things
Stranger Things seems to be a creepy and intense Sci-Fi series concerning a dangerous creature preying on children, but at its very essence, it's a show about friendship and courage. This multi-genre masterpiece has seen its popularity soar with teens and adults of all ages. Get prepared before taking on this epic adventure!
Wakfu is believed to be one of the best animated Netflix kids' shows around. Based on a strategy game made by a French studio, the show centers on the story of an orphaned boy Hugo, who seems to be the only survivor of his people, the Eliatropes, and is hunted by the obsessed Nox of the Xelor people.
9. Motown Magic
How about watching a wide-eyed 8-year-old with a big heart and an amazing imagination transform his city with a magic paintbrush? If you find the storyline inviting, and want your kids to be inspired by classic oldies and colors, then stream Motown Magic. If you are looking for shows to whet your kids' appetite for science and geography, the next two are right up your alley.
10. The Deep
Here comes an exciting and educational TV Show for kids aged 7 or so. The Deep follows the epic adventures of the Nektons' family in unraveling the mysteries of the deep. It explains both science and conservation into a plain format that kids can understand. A great one to binge watch, right? Scroll down to see one more show of this kind.
11. Carmen Sandiego
Kids are often not inclined to learn geography or history, but it will be a totally different story if they've seen Carmen Sandiego. This edutainment franchise is a Netflix reboot of the iconic 1990s video game character. This series focuses on the adventures of Carmen, a master thief who employs her skills for good, and imparts knowledge of history and geography along the way.
12. Masha And The Bear
Masha and The Bear is one that mischievous kids will be riveted to. It revolves around a Russian girl named Masha who befriends a fatherly bear that always keeps her away from trouble, but often ends up being the unintended victim of her mischief. However, if your kid is a dragon fanatic, then next one is worth binge watching.
13. Dragons: Riders Of Berk
Dragons: Riders of Berk is regarded as one of the very best Netflix kids' shows. It follows the events of the How to Train Your Dragon feature film. The friendship between master dragon trainer Hiccup and his faithful dragon Toothless is really stunning. Get ready for action-packed excitement and fire-breathing fun.
14. Green Eggs And Ham
Welcome to the wacky world of Dr. Seuss. The Green Eggs and Ham series will take you on the comedy trip with the two main characters Sam-I-Am and Guy-Am-I. Let's find out what clashes take place between Sam's happy-go-lucky attitude and Guy's gruff exterior on their way to Meepville. If you deem the clashes somewhat weak, you'll probably love the next one.
15. Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Star Wars: The Clone Wars TV series features Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalker, and the clone army in their fight against the Separatists. It begins with a theatrical feature film and contains beautifully animated action-sequences and impressive storytelling: Kids will enjoy this show for sure.
16. Ask The Storybots
Suppose your enthusiasm for being your kids' encyclopedia begins to wear off, then asking the Storybots will relieve you from that burden. Five spirited little bots come together to answer the big questions in life like "Why is the sky blue?" through songs and skits, and parents will learn as much as their kids. For kids aged over 3, it is the one worth watching over and over again.
17. Go! Go! Cory Carson
Have your kids ever imagined living in an all-car universe? It sounds really appealing and even better with a line of toy cars. Now buckle up for adventure and fun with adorable kid car Cory Carson, as he heads to the town of Bumperton Hills. Wait, you won't regret checking the last one, and both teens and adults will enjoy the fun it offers!
18. Cupcake & Dino: General Services
Though not educational, this whimsical series is silly fun for both teens and adults alike. Set in the big city, the episodes focus on Cupcake, a pastry with a Napoleon complex, and his fun-loving brother Dino as they strive to establish an odd jobs company. Nevertheless, they often end up fighting crimes in the process. Have a ton of fun!