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Educational, inspirational, and comical Black kids movies that your family will love.
What new Black kids movies are on Netflix?
What are some good black children’s movies on Netflix?
What new family movies are on Netflix?
What is a good black movie for preschoolers to watch?
As a Black parent, many want their children to see themselves represented in the shows they watch on TV. Netflix has a selection of new and old children’s movies and series with African Americans in their cast.
Enjoy this list of Black kids’ movies on Netflix including family comedies, educational shows, animated shows, and action movies. Add these shows to your kid’s Netflix Watch List. The information in this article is as current as of the publication date. Readers are encouraged to confirm the information prior to acting.
Glitch Tech (2020)
Two teens work at a game store as a front for their actual job: Hunting video game monsters who’ve broken out into the real world.
Ask the Storybots (2020)
Five inquisitive little creatures track down the answers to kids’ biggest questions, like how night happens or why we need to brush our teeth.
Charlie’s Colorform City (2019)
Charlie creates fun stories using different shapes, and he needs your help! Take off for adventures in outer space, the Wild West and right at home.
Mama K’s Team 4 (2019)
In the neo-futuristic city of Lusaka, Zambia, four scrappy teen girls join a retired secret agent on a quest to save the world! On a budget.
Project Mc ² (2015)
Teenage spy McKeyla teams up with three other super-smart girls to become secret agents who use their science and tech skills to save the day.
Rated PG â TV G
Celebrity readers share children’s books by Black authors to spark kid-friendly conversations about empathy, equality, self-love and antiracism.
Nailed It (2020)
Home bakers with a terrible track record take a crack at recreating edible masterpieces for a $10,000 prize. It’s part reality contest, part hot mess.
The Main Event (2020)
After discovering a magical mask, an 11-year-old aspiring wrestler enters a competition to become the next WWE superstar.
Free Rein (2019)
A 15-year-old from LA spends the summer at her mom’s childhood home on an island off the coast of England, where she bonds with a mysterious horse.
Family Reunion (2019)
When the McKellan family moves from Seattle to Georgia to be closer to extended family, the transition is like being a catfish out of water.
Raising Dion (2019)
A widowed single mom discovers that her son has superpowers and tries to figure out how to raise him safely and responsibly.
All About the Washingtons (2018)
Hip-Hop MC Joe Speed retires from showbiz and finds a new rhythm balancing business, romance, and everyday chaos.
The Who Was? Show (2018)
Fresh voices bring some of the most famous names in history to life. A live-action sketch comedy show based on the series of best-selling books.
The Rose siblings of Disney’s hit series Jessie spend a summer full of fun and adventure at Main’s Camp Kikiwaka, where their parents first met.
After being bitten by a radioactive spider, Brooklyn teen Miles Morales gets a crash course in web-slinging from his alternate dimension counterparts.
Sugar Rush (2018)
Time is the most important ingredient as teams race against the clock and each other to make the best-tasting sweets.
The Grinch (2018)
A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville. But a generous little girl could change his heart.
A loving (but immature) father with a larger-than-life personality is committed to co-parenting his two kids with his very-together ex-wife but for Marlon family always does come first – even if he’s the biggest kid of all.
Some Assembly Required (2015)
A 14-year-old takes ownership of a toy company and hires a group of his friends to help him create amazing new toys.
The Princess and the Frog (2009)
A waitress, desperate to fulfill her dreams as a restaurant owner, is set on a journey to turn a frog prince back into a human being, but she must face the same problem after she kisses him.
Rated TV Y7
Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts (2020)
Making her way into a world of mutant animals, a sheltered yet scrappy girl learns to survive and discovers her powers with help from a ragtag crew.
The Last Kids on Earth (2020)
When zombies and monsters invade his hometown, a scrappy 13-year-old orphan teams up with his friends in hopes of surviving the chaos.
Back of the Net (2019)
An American science geek ready to spend a summer at sea accidentally ends up at the Australian soccer academy and is forced to kick it with the locals.
Captain Underpants (2019)
Fourth-grade friend George and Harold have a shared love of pranks and comic books and end up turning their principal into an undies-wearing superhero.
Green Eggs & Ham (2019)
On the road trip to save an endangered animal, opposites Guy and Sam learn to try new things like friendship – and a certain delectable dish.
Boss Baby: Back in Business (2018)
With a little help from his brother and accomplice Tim, Boss Baby tries to balance family life with his job at Baby Corp headquarters.
Home: Adventures with Tip and Oh (2018)
A misfit alien named Oh moves in with Tip and her family, in a series that picks up the dynamic duo’s adventures where the hit film left off.
Motown Magic (2018)
Imaginative boy Ben transforms his city by bringing colorful street art to life, armed with a magic paintbrush and the classic sounds of Motown.
Prince of Peoria (2018)
A prankster prince who wants to experience life as an ordinary teen leaves his kingdom to live incognito with a single mom and her studious son.
Super Monsters (2018)
Preschool kids whose parents are the world’s most famous monsters try to master their special powers while preparing for kindergarten.
The Magic School Bus Rides Again (2018)
Ms. Frizzle’s kid sister Fiona takes the wheel at Walkerville Elementary leading the class on wild adventures packed with science-fueled fun.
The Who Was? Show (2018)
Fresh voices bring some of the most famous names in history to life. A live-action sketch-comedy show based on a series of best-selling books.
Cloudy with A Chance of Meatballs (2017)
Teenager Flint Lockwood has a knack for invention. With help from his pal, Sam Sparks, he might even change the world if he doesn’t break it first.
Barbie Spy Squad (2016)
A high-tech spy agency transforms Barbie and her best friends into secret agents, using their gymnastic skills to bring down a cunning cat burglar.
A girl discovers a dog-training app that can get boys to obey her every command. But she soon learns that this isn’t the cure-all she had hoped for.
Rated PG13 and TV 14
Black Lightning (2019)
Jefferson finds his job at Garfield in jeopardy, Lynn seeks a way to help the children in the pods, and Jennifer’s powers manifest in a scary new way.
See You Yesterday (2019)
As two teen prodigies try to master the art of time travel, a tragic police shooting sends them on a series of dangerous trips to the past.
Black Panther (2018)
T’Challa, heir to the hidden but advanced kingdom of Wakanda, must step forward to lead his people into a new future and must confront a challenger from his country’s past.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
The ragtag, wisecracking band of miscreants known as the Guardians of the Galaxy return to unravel the mystery of Peter (Star Lord) Quill’s origins.
Race and Diversity
Born without legs and stuck in foster care for years, teen Zion Clark finds his calling when he pursues competitive wrestling. A documentary short.
Little Boxes (2016)
After moving from New York City to a small town in Washington State, an interracial couple and their preteen son struggle to adjust to their new life.
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (2016)
Inspired by a science book, 13-year-old William Kamkwamba builds a wind turbine to save his Malawian village from famine. Based on a true story.
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