Netflix has commissioned a slew of new animated series for kids. The six shows include magic, mystery and adventure for younger viewers.
The programmes are: Lego 'Elves', 'The Hollow', 'Kibaoh Klashers', 'Robozuna', 'Treehouse Detectives' and 'Super Monsters'.
Lego 'Elves' transports viewers to a magical yet dangerous forest, as humans and elves team up to protect their worlds from a wicked goblin king. 'The Hollow' sees strangers-turned-friends scavenge through a surreal mystery world, searching for a way home, while 'Kibaoh Klashers' features a heroic car-racing beetle.
'Robozuna', meanwhile, sees a teenage boy and his homemade robot fight to destroy an evil empire.
The other two shows are aimed at pre-school children. 'Treehouse Detectives' involves solving nature's mysteries, while 'Super Monsters' follows a kindergarten class of playful young monsters learning to tame their superpowers through simple readiness skills.
"At Netflix, we celebrate creativity and love sharing stories that expose kids to new and inspiring worlds," said Andy Yeatman, director of global kids' content for Netflix. "We work with the best storytellers in the industry to craft shows like these that unlock children's imaginations."
All six shows will air in 2017 or 2018.