Netflix’s first exclusive TV series, House of Cards, premiered on February 1st and this December Netflix will debut a new kids' series created in collaboration with DreamWorks. It will be called Turbo: FAST (Fast Action Stunt Team).
Netflix's first kids’ series
Netflix continues its push into exclusive content production. In the latest deal they have partnered with DreamWorks; the creator of animation movies such as Shrek.
Netflix’s first kids’ series will be created in a collaboration with DreamWorks. It’s called Turbo: F.A.S.T
DreamWorks new animation movie, Turbo, will debut this summer, and as a follow-up to the story, Turbo will be transferred into a TV series by Netflix. Called Turbo: F.A.S.T. (Real Action Stunt Team) the comedy centers around an ordinary snail who dares to dream big and fast. It will be available in 3D.
In addition to Turbo: F.A.S.T., new DreamWorks titles will be made available on Netflix in the US to watch from 2013 and onwards.
Netflix says that more than 2 billion hours of kids’ content was streamed in 2012 alone.
Just like House of Cards, Turbo: F.A.S.T. will debut in all of Netflix’s market on the same date in December. Netflix is now available in 40 countries.