Kids will be happy to know that Netflix has arranged to air some of the content from DreamWorks Animation. This includes super hit blockbusters such as Kung Fu Panda and the Shrek series of movies. This widening of its domain accompanies an exclusive deal with DreamWorks regarding entertainment for the younger generation. Netflix is also all set to debut a TV adaptation of the movie “Turbo” as part of the contract. The media site wants to create some brand new shows for audience testing in the upcoming year. These sitcoms and dramas will be based on feature films that have already passed through the hands of DreamWorks.
The new library built a year ago by the studio will be opened up to the public for perusal. After the acclaimed “House of Cards” and “Arrested Development” series, Netflix is looking towards the youngster demographic trends. They form a sizeable market and will be showing an interest in new sources of mass entertainment and amusement. In 2012, the company revealed that it would carry content from Disney, Pixar and Marvel films. With the current mood it is in, it is about to undergo lift-off.
Kids’ stuff is what it is all about essentially. The wwebsite will have exclusive rights to some very important content that the small wonders will absolutely love. The first thing that comes to mind is the “Shrek” series with the friendly green overweight ogre in it. Before this Netflix used to borrow kids’ shows from Nickelodeon but now that the agreement has expired it obviously has to look elsewhere. By the way, this is the third consecutive time that DreamWorks and Netflix have cooperated in this regard. The main competitor Netflix has is HBO.
Included among some of the new series are: Where’s Waldo, Caspar and Fat Albert. There are also other shows such a The Croods, Mr. Peabody and Sherman. Dream DreamWorks is the proud owner of such classics as Madagascar and How to Train your Dragon. These will all be featured on Netflix in separate shows and thus provide hours of fun and pleasurable viewing to audiences everywhere.