Puss In Boots TV Series To Premiere This Month

Netflix is taking over the way we watch things and ‘The Adventures of Puss in Boots’, the Puss in Boots TV series, now has a premiere date. The Shrek spinoff will debut on January 16, 2015, in the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, and wherever else Netflix is available.

With Netflix Original Series’ like ‘House of Cards’, ‘Orange is the New Black’, and the new ‘Marco Polo’, they already have an established platform to cater to the adult audience. Now the streaming behemoth has their eyes set on a new demographic, the kids.

‘All Hail King Julien’ and ‘Turbo F.A.S.T.’ are the first Netflix Original Series targeted at kids, and King Julien helped parents put them to bed over the holidays when it came out on December 19, 2014. The Puss in Boots TV series will be their second, and you can expect it January 16. The synopsis for ‘The Adventures of Puss in Boots’ provided by Variety reads:

The feline travels to the hidden city of San Lorenzo, a mythical land invisible to the outside world thanks to a magical spell the protects its inhabitants, and its wondrous treasure. When Puss in Boots accidentally breaks the spell, he must do more than fight off an endless legion of invaders and marauders – he must become a legend.

Original children’s programming from Netflix will probably prove to be profitable to them. If a child’s parents don’t already have Netflix, and they catch wind about the Puss in Boots TV series, or the ‘Magic School Bus’ reboot which comes out next year, they may beg them to sign up for the monthly subscription.

With this approach from Netflix, kids will be brought up on shows like ‘All Hail King Julien’, and as they get older they can then start watching their other Original Series’ like ‘Bojack Horseman’.

You can start watching ‘The Adventures of Puss in Boots’ on January 16. Will you or your children watch the Puss in Boots TV series when it becomes available to stream?

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