New Family Series & Movies for Kids Streaming in June

Family Series & Movies for Kids Streaming in June - SavvyMom

We’re weeks away from the end of school and the official start of summer, with plenty of school events to attend, spring activities to wrap, and summer camps to plan. The weather is also warming up, making it an ideal time to play at the park, break out the bikes, or finally partake in those post-dinner family strolls. Still, there’s something to be said for downtime and good old-fashioned family movie night. That’s where we come in, with new suggestions on new series and movies for kids to watch in June.

From the streaming release of blockbuster films like Fantastic Beasts and Avatar to new seasons of kids’ favourites, read on to see everything we’re watching on Canadian streaming services this month.

Streaming in June: New Family Series & Movies for Kids

Movies for Kids: Fantastic Beasts Crimes of Grindelwald - SavvyMom

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Thursday June 1, Crave

Harry Potter enthusiasts can continue the magical adventures with the release of these prequel movies for kids and grown-ups alike starring Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander and Jude Law as Albus Dumbledore. Both films hit the streaming service this month, joining Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore and expanding the Harry Potter collection.

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Lego Ninjago: Dragons Rising
Thursday June 1 on Netflix

In this animated series for youth, a new generation of heroes use their ninja powers to defend Elemental Dragons from those who want to harvest their life forces and destroy the world.

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Gary’s Magic Fort (s3)
Monday June 5 on CBC Gem

What’s better than kicking off summer with a brand new fort-building session? Getting inspired by Gary and his enchanted fort friends, of course. A third season of this emotion-exploring preschool series drops this month with a trips to space, a dinosaur mountain and a hot air balloon in store.

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My Little Pony: Bridlewoodstock
Tuesday June 6 on Netflix

If you’ve got young My Little Pony fans, they’ll be happy to see a new special is on the way this month. Bridlewoodstock sees the Mane 5 staging a music festival during Bridlewood’s Lumi-Bloom, a bioluminescent event that only happens once a year.

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The Villains of Valley View
Wednesday June 7 on Disney+

The internal battle of good versus evil is front and centre in this new teen series. When a teen supervillain stands up to the leader of all villains, he threatens her and her family. So the clan heads to Texas to hide out with new identities. But can they ditch their villainous ways? We’ll have to watch to find out.

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Avatar: The Way of Water
Wednesday June 7 on Disney+

If your family couldn’t catch James Cameron’s ,much-anticipated Avatar sequel in theatres, now’s the time to plan a movie night at home. The film comes to the Disney Star portion of Disney+ this month, so now there’s no excuse to avoid seeing what all the fuss is about.

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The Snoopy Show S3
Friday June 9 on Apple TV+

The world’s most famous beagle, his loyal bird Woodstock, and his human friends are back for another round of animated adventures. Twelve new episodes drop at once this month, giving the whole family something fun and familiar to kick back with.

Wednesday June 14 on Netflix

Anticipation is high for this animated movie targeted at families with older kids. The flick follows a knight who is framed for a crime he didn’t commit. The only person who can prove his innocence is a shape-shifting teen who is also a monster the knight is sworn to kill.

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Fantastic Mr. Fox
Friday June 16 on Crave

This month, the 2009 comedy adventure based on Roald Dahl’s novel comes to the streaming service. Whether you’ve got Dahl fans in the house or are just looking for a fun new movies for kids to watch together, this could be your ticket. The stop-motion film features the voice talents of George Clooney, Bill Murray, and Meryl Streep, among others.

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Not Quite Narwhal
Monday June 19 on Netflix

If your family loved The New York Times bestselling book, they’ll be happy to know it’s now a TV series they can watch this month. The animated offering follows the curious Kelp, who always believed he was a narwhal like the rest of his family… until he discovered he’s actually a unicorn.

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Moesha (complete series)
Tuesday June 20 on Paramount+

If you loved Brandy’s coming-of-age TV series when it aired from 1996 to 2001, the good news is that you now can share it with your own older kids. All six seasons (that’s 127 episodes) are available to stream now, so get ready to get your nostalgia on.

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Hello Kitty: Super Style!
Tuesday June 20 on Prime Video

The recognizable feline makes her 3D debut in this new original aimed at viewers 5-8. Follow Hello Kitty and other members of the Cherry Town community as they use her magical bow to transform into many different versions of herself. Think of an explorer, a chef and a pop star, to start.

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Swagger S2
Friday June 23 on Apple TV+

The series inspired by NBA superstar Kevin Durant’s experiences growing up is back for a second season this month. Follow the world of elite basketball clubs and their players in this touching and unique coming-of-age series.

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World’s Best
Friday June 23 on Disney+

If your family loves movies, music, and coming-of-age stories, mark the calendars for this release. The film follows a 12-year-old math genius who learns his recently deceased father was a famous rapper. Naturally, he immediately sets out to pursue his own career in the music industry. This one is produced by Thomas Kail, who directed Hamilton.

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Is It Cake. Mikey Day in episode 204 of Is It Cake. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2023

Is It Cake, Too?
Friday June 30 on Netflix

If your family couldn’t get enough of this absurd but addictive baking show in its first season, it’s back for a second course. Once again, celebrity judges must determine whether a group of talented bakers present them with a cake or an everyday object. On the line? A cash prize. We speak from experience when we say this is a guessing game the whole family can get into.


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