Netflix is pretending that nothing is happening and, despite the information in recent days in which it claimed to have lost subscribers (which in turn caused a significant drop in the value of its shares), it continues announcing all kinds of Projects which, in this case, touch on one of the genres that is most often cultivated for the youngest members of the household: cartoons based on some of the best-known characters from film, video game and television franchises.
Netflix is clear that the pool of future subscribers starts from the youngest and that is why in recent times he has taken great care of that segment of viewers. Proof of this is the commitment to quality fiction, in many cases based on world-renowned franchises. It is the case of Cupheadwhich is based on successful Xbox video games, or cocomelon as well as the most celebrated of all, which is Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous.
Moreover, if you want to point out the closest release dates in this genre, based on well-known franchises, we just have to go to what is being prepared for the next quarter, which is none other than the arrival of:
- may 19: The Boss Baby Back in the Crib
- May 26: My Little Pony Make Your Mark (chapter 1)
- July 21: Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous (season 5)
As you can see, only in this case the franchises that Netflix deals with are practically winning horses, so it will continue with that policy in everything that we will see for the rest of the yearmixing some names that we have already seen (and enjoyed), such as he-manwith others that are novelties and come directly from places such as video games: Cuphead It was one of the first but now it’s here Ori either Sonic Primewhich has been, without a doubt, the one that has raised the most passions.
Here is the list of everything we will have on Netflix for this year 2022:
- The Cuphead Show!
- Daniel Spellbound
- Dead End: Paranormal Park
- Dragon Prince (season 4)
- He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (season 3)
- Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Hidden Adventure (interactive special)
- Karma’s World (season 3)
- Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight
- Oni: Thunder God’s Tale
- Pokemon Master Journeys: The Series (part 3)
- Sharkdog Season 2
- Sonic Prime
- Super Giant Robot Brothers
dates to be confirmed
for now we can only keep the dates marked above for May and July 2022 as definitive, since the rest will land on the platform throughout the second half of 2022. It stands out, above all, what seems to be the definitive landing of licenses based on Dreamworks Animation films, with Kung Fu Panda in the lead, but also The Boss Baby.
Pokémon, curiously, will be another of Netflix’s claims in the same way that Americans continue to bet on old glories that they have taken over as He-Man, who has brought back the fans of the 80’s series the luster of an improved animation, but clearly inspired and respectful of the original that so many followers recruited.
So everyone points out, that we will have a 2022 gone by cartoons for the little ones in the house.