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Best Shows On Netflix The Entire Family Can Watch in 2022

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Streaming TV shows and movies over the internet is the best way to enjoy TV. Netflix is one of the top choices for every household for streaming entertainment, It includes a wide variety of TV shows, more original series, films, documentaries, and specials.

There was a time when Netflix was the only option for families, but much has changed as Disney Plus, DISH TV, Paramount Plus, Flex TV, and others vie for the same audience and take their licensed content with them. Netflix has been adapting with more original content for audiences of all ages, and with that in mind, we explore the best options on Netflix right now that you can watch with your kids.

Floor Is Lava

Floor Is Lava takes the traditional children’s game and reimagines it as a television game show. When it was originally announced, the buzz was not all that great, and it seemed the general consensus was that it was too simple and corny. But the set designs were impressive and the game itself a tremendous amount of wholesome fun. On the downside, there are only 11 episodes currently to watch, but the good news is that the second season will soon be premiering in 2022.

Our Planet

Our Planet is another original Netflix show that was perhaps underestimated when it was originally announced. Many felt that it would just be a cheap imitation of the BBC’s Planet Earth. Not only is that not the case, many critics and fans believe it to be the superior series. Narrated by David Attenborough, this educational docuseries was developed with an impressive nine-figure budget, and it provides stunning visuals that will keep the entire family entertained throughout its 24 episodes.

Dragons: Race to the Edge

Dragons: Race to the Edge is based on the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy of films by DreamWorks. If you and the kids have not watched those yet, then we recommend starting there. The characters and stories continued on with DreamWorks Dragons, which has two seasons—40 episodes overall—that originally aired on Cartoon Network but will be available on Netflix by the time you read this. Riders of Berk and Defenders of Berk continue on into Race the Edge, which has six seasons on Netflix and 78 episodes overall. The series ends there and provides real and satisfying closure.

Avatar: The Last Airbender

Avatar: The Last Airbender is an older show having first aired almost 15 years ago. But if you have never seen it, then it is absolutely worth the watch. Put the M. Night Shyamalan movie out of your head. The animated series is much more compelling than that. There are 62 episodes in all and not a bad one in the lot. This is a series that will stick with you, and it will prepare you for the upcoming live-action series that Netflix is currently producing. It will release in late 2022 or perhaps in early 2023 if there are delays.

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous

When Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous was first introduced, many were worried that it would just be a cheap knockoff. It could not be any good, could it? Well, it surprised us as all with beautiful animation, excellent voice acting and characters, and stories that really resonate with us. Word of warning: This is a series developed with fans of Jurassic Park in mind. It continues on from the movies and assumes that you have seen them all. If you have not, we recommend starting there!

Honorable Mentions

Netflix has a lot of original content in the pipeline that is aimed at families, but there is a good collection already on the platform despite the big departures. Others we recommend checking out include White Rabbit Project, which will thrill fans of MythBusters, along with The Toys That Made Us, Carmen Sandiego, and The Magic School Bus Rides Again.

 

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