Netflix Scores Even More Kid Content With Scholastic Deal

by William White | August 16, 2013 10:50 am

watching tv television cable 630[1]Netflix (NFLX[2]) teamed up[3] with Scholastic (SCHL[4]) on Thursday to bring more child-friendly content to its subscribers.

Parents and kids all over the world can now watch classic scholastic shows like The Magic School Bus, Goosebumps and The Baby-Sitter’s Club on Netflix. Netflix originally started streaming The Magic School Bus and Goosebumps earlier this year. After Netflix saw how well the shows did it decided to expand its deal with Scholastic. Now many Scholastic shows can be viewed on Netflix in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Latin America, reports The Wall Street Journal.

Additional Scholastic shows that can now be streamed on Netflix include:

Parent that don’t want their recommendations filled with shows their kids watch can take advantage of Netflix’s new profile system[5], which was launched earlier this month.

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