Animation and Cartoons on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime – March 2017

The Joker on Batman's crime watch setupWe’re officially in the doldrums, and none of the streaming services have much going on for cartoon fans. Netflix is actually dropping some great superhero fare.

Netflix Streaming Cartoons, March 2017

March 1

  • Angry Birds, season 2 – Did you know there was an Angry Birds show? I did not.
  • Kate and Mim-Mim, season 2 – Kids show
  • Kung Fu Panda – The original adventures of Jack Black’s pudgy wuxia master

March 16

  • Coraline – The dark Neil Gaiman adaptation was one of Laika’s first and best works

March 24

  • Bottersnikes & Gumbles, season 2 – Based on an Australian kids’ series and looking like The Dark Crystal, it’s Rabbids vs. Trolls.
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit – This was an instant classic in 1988, but I wonder if it’s held up.

March 28

March 31

  • Dinotrux, season 4 – The long, unsung partnership between DreamWorks and Netflix continues. Just how many Dreamworks originals are on the streaming service now?

Animated Titles Leaving Netflix

March 1

Netflix is dropping a few great DC films this month, so catch up fast!

  • Justice League: War
  • Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox – This is the one to watch.

March 4

  • Otto the Rhino

March 23

  • The Invincible Iron Man

Hulu Cartoons, Marc 2017

March 1

  • Legend of Kung Fu Rabbit – I don’t know. Jon Heder’s in it, though.
  • Surf’s Up – The true story of a surfing penguin voiced by Shia LeBeouf.

March 10

  • Steven Universe, season 3

March 15

  • Sheriff Callie’s Wild West, season 2 – Kid stuff!

March 17

  • Counterfeit Cat, season 1 – KID STUFF! This one looks like Adventure Time, though.
  • Pickles, season 2 – Adult Swim-style stuff about a sandwich shop

March 24

  • The Powerpuff Girls, season 1 – This is presumably the new series.

Leaving Hulu


Amazon Prime Streaming Cartoons, March 2017

March 17

  • We Bare Bears, season 3

March 18

  • The Powerpuff Girls, season 3 – And this is the original series, since the new one hasn’t hit 3 seasons yet.

What’s Leaving Amazon Prime

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