This year has already been a hard one for kids. Due to the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, they have already lost time hanging out with friends, going to school, and spending their summer vacations—and sadly, Halloween won’t be an exception.
The spooky holiday is only days away, and yet the number of active cases in the country continues to increase. The pandemic has already interrupted many of our traditions but it seems like the only option we have right now is to stay at home while community quarantines are still in place. (Read: Jennylyn Mercado’s Tips To Easing Your Child’s Worries Amid ‘New Normal’)
Luckily, even though parents can’t take their children out for some trick-or-treating, streaming giant Netflix is pulling some tricks on its sleeves to treat the kids on Halloween! (Read:UNICEF Releases Film and Book to Help Kids Cope Amid Pandemic)
Grab some popcorn, turn off the lights, and fire up Netflix, because these amazing treats for kids are just what they want to watch on Halloween.
A Go! Go! Cory Carson Halloween
A Halloween spinoff of American animated children’s television series Go! Go! Cory Carson has premiered on October 2, on Netflix. In the Halloween special, Cory, a friendly little orange car, together with his friends, Chrissy and Freddie, are on the hunt for king-sized candy bars on Halloween.
A Go! Go! Cory Carson was created by Alex Woo and Stanley Moore based on a line of toy vehicles manufactured by VTech. Watch it here.
StarBeam: Halloween Hero
Here’s another cute Halloween show for your little ones! On October 6, StarBeam: Halloween Hero premiered on Netflix. The Halloween special is based on StarBeam—a Canadian animated web television series directed by Jon Izen with Animation, Terry Klassen, Nahanni Mitchell, Dean Petriw.
StarBeam: Halloween Hero tells the story of how StarBeam saved Halloween from the candy-stealing Captain Fishbeard. Watch it here.
Super Monsters: Dia de los Monsters
Netflix’s American-Canadian children’s animated television series Super Monsters are celebrating Dia de los Muertos! The holiday spin-off which premieres on October 9 will circle on the importance of Dia de los Muerto as a tradition. Watch it here.
The Last Kids on Earth: Book 3
The award-winning animated Netflix series, based on the New York Times’ best-selling book series of the same name by Max Brallier, returns for its Season 3 premiere on Netflix on Friday, October 16.
The Last Kids on Earth: Book 3 tells the journey of 13-year-old Jack Sullivan who is living in a tree fort with his best friends during a zombie apocalypse. According to the series’ synopsis, during the season the group will discover that they may not be the last kids on earth. However, Jack wants to keep things the way they are and prove that everything is perfect—and crazy fun! Watch it here.