Top 10 Animated Kids Shows to Stream this Month


DC Super Hero Girls

What’s on Kids Shows – TV Show Top 10 Highlights

Given the prominence of streaming TV in just about every household in Australia, adults aren’t the only ones enjoying winding down with a favourite show. The kids are having a blast as well! Most streaming providers in the country today offers a kids category, delivering some of the best shows specially created for your little ones that can even be enjoyed by adults too!

It’s true when they say that your life changes once you have kids. For one, you’re probably watching as many cartoons as you do your favourite shows. Kids nowadays do have a lot of options to choose from when it comes to a bit of TV downtime, and as well as the funny, attention grabbing shows, there’s also a lot of good educational content out there.

Your Guide to The Best Content Available for Kids

From cute singalongs and cool superheroes to talking animals and magical worlds, and more, we’ve got the lowdown on the best animated kids shows that you can stream across Australia’s leading streaming TV providers.

  • Go Jetters
  • Spongebob Squarepants
  • DC Super Hero Girls
  • Peppa Pig
  • Paw Patrol
  • Bluey
  • The Thundermans
  • The Loud House
  • The Powerpuff Girls
  • Ready Set Dance

Paw Patrol

Paw Patrol

Ryder returns with his Paw Patrol team, helping to keep those in need safe from harm. There is a total of nine series of this animated adventure series, the latest of which started in early 2020. So if your kids are fond of animals and a bit of superhero action, then there are literally hundreds episodes of Paw Patrol available.

  • Providers: Foxtel, Foxtel Now
  • Genre: Animal, Action Adventure

Go Jetters

Go Jetters

This British animation (Cbeebies) is aimed at the 4-6 year old age range. It follows four superheroes in Xuli, Kyan, Lars and Foz as they travel and discover the world with their teacher, Ubercorn. Together they use lots of catchy music and songs to teach viewers about the world and the many cultures that exist within it.

  • Providers: Foxtel, Foxtel Now, BINGE
  • Genre: Preschool Culture and History

DC Super Hero Girls

DC Super Hero Girls

From the creators of Powerpuff Girls and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic comes this reimagining of a classic comic book tale – DC Super Hero Girls. Each episode is based around the awareness of growing up in high school and can be easily enjoyed by both boys and girls between the ages of 9-14.

  • Providers: Foxtel, Foxtel Now, BINGE
  • Genre: Super Heroes

The Powerpuff Girls

The classic favourite since the early 2000s, The Powerpuff Girls are superpowered sisters who were accidentally created in a lab by their “dad”, Professor Utonium. Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup regularly save Townsville from evil villains like Mojo Jojo, the Gangreen Gang, and Him. When they’re not saving the world, the sisters try to live normal lives and also fight and argue just as sisters would. Catch old and new episodes of The Powerpuff Girls on Foxtel Now.

  • Providers: Foxtel Now, Telstra TV Box Office, Stan, Netflix
  • Genre: Superhero, Comedy-drama, Action/Adventure

Peppa Pig

The great thing about Peppa Pig is that she is a really nice, loveable character that means only well. Even if she accidentally gets into trouble from time to time. Many parents around the world will be thankful for this series which is perfect for a little dose of wind downtime and can even get a giggle out of adults.

  • Providers: Foxtel, Foxtel Now, BINGE
  • Genre: Adventure, Preschool, Family
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Start Streaming These Kids Show With Free Trial Offers

Australia’s leading streaming providers like Foxtel Now and BINGE offer free trials that you can easily take advantage of, giving you and your kids ample time to watch as many animated shows as possible and get an idea of the best option for the family.

For starters, Foxtel Now offers a 10 day free trial that gives you access to everything they have to offer, which also includes hit shows like Game of Thrones and Wentworth. If you just want to pay for what you want to watch, you can simply stream on Telstra TV Box Office, where you can choose to purchase specific episodes or a get a full season pass for cartoons, as well as blockbuster movies and trending TV shows.

If that’s not enough, Stan offers a 30-day free trial offers, which allows you to stream the full range of their library that includes kids category. And last but not least, you can also stream some real kids favourites completely for free with ABC KIDS iView.

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