What’s Streaming for Kids and Families in February

What's Streaming for Kids and Families in February - SavvyMom

February may be the shortest month of the year, but that doesn’t make it any less busy. Maybe you’re looking to distract the kids with screen time while you get stuff done. Or perhaps you want to enjoy rare chill time with the family and a movie night. Either way, new material streaming for kids and families is always welcomed. That’s why we’ve curated a list of new streaming titles debuting across Canadian streaming services this February.

What’s Streaming for Kids and Families in February

Orion and the Dark Streaming for Kids - SavvyMom

Orion and the Dark
Friday, February 2 on Netflix

The streaming service’s latest animated flick follows a boy named Orion. He’s afraid of everything: heights, pets, and, most notably, the dark. Until one day, he makes friends with The Dark and realizes that the only thing to fear is fear itself. Canada’s Jacob Tremblay stars as young Orion, Colin Hanks voices the adult version, and Angela Bassett portrays Sweet Dreams.

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Dee & Friends in Oz
Monday, February 5 on Netflix

This new musical animated series revolves around a regular kid named Dee, whose life becomes filled with music when she goes on a quest to save magic in the land of Oz. She’ll also learn how to be her own hero in the process.

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Luz: The Light of the Heart
Wednesday, February 7 on Netflix

This Portuguese series revolves around a young schoolgirl named Luz. The action picks up when she embarks on a quest with her firefly to learn the truth about where she came from, and makes some surprising discoveries along the way.

The Great Canadian Pottery Throw Down Streaming in February - SavvyMom

The Great Canadian Pottery Throw Down
Thursday, February 9 on CBC Gem

Whether your family is into art or competition series, this newest Canadian series is worth checking out. It hails from the producers of The Great British Baking Show and is inspired by a similar British format. It also stars Jennifer Robertson (Schitt’s Creek) as host and Seth Rogen (who also happens to be a talented potter) as a guest judge.

Bend it Like Beckham Streaming in February - SavvyMom

Bend it Like Beckham
Friday, February 16 on Crave

Show your sports-loving family the female-centric flick you loved growing up when it drops on Crave this month. The 2002 movie stars Parminder Nagra and Keira Knightley as two stellar soccer players who can indeed bend it like Beckham.

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The Addams Family and The Addams Family 2
Monday, February 19 on Crave

If your kids are still obsessed with Wednesday Addams thanks to Jenna Ortega’s newest take in Netflix’s Wednesday, why not introduce them to the films you grew up with? They might get a kick out of Christina Ricci’s take on the character since they’d also know her from the new show.

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Star Wars: The Bad Batch
Wednesday, February 21 on Disney+

The final season of this animated action-adventure series wraps the story of the elite experimental clones. In the last stretch, the Batch fights to reunite with Omega, who is facing her own challenges in a remote Imperial science lab.

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Avatar: The Last Airbender
Thursday, February 22 on Netflix

This live-action adaptation of the animated series follows Aang and his friends as they work to
restore balance to the four nations and defeat the Fire-Nation.

Kids Baking Championship Streaming in Canada - SavvyMom

Kids Baking Championship
Monday, February 26 on Food Network Canada via STACKTV

Gather your aspiring bakers and soak up tons of inspiration when the 12 th season of this family friendly bake-off returns. Throughout the 10-week competition these talented kids will recreate the latest dessert trends, all while facing challenging situations.


Wednesday, February 28 on Disney+

This original animated series is a collaboration between Disney and Pan-African comic book entertainment group Kugali. It’s set in a futuristic Lagos, Nigeria. There, a young girl from a wealthy island and her self-taught techie best friend discover secrets and dangers in their respective worlds.


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