Here’s what you’ll stream in April 2017. Netflix is adding some great animated fare this month, and hardly dropping anything!
Maybe they’re scared of Boomerang.
Cartoons and Animation on Netflix in April 2017
- An American Tail – The entire Fievel franchise is landing on Netflix, in fact!
- An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
- An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster – Did you know this even existed? I did not.
- Scooby-Doo – Sadly, this is the abysmal live-action version. Neil Fanning provides the voice of the cowardly dog.
- Dawn of the Croods, season 3 – Despite the cancelation of the movie franchise, Netflix’s edition of the caveman comedy is still going strong.
- Kubo and the Two Strings – The latest from the current Kings of Stop-Motion is a fantastic ride through a mythology-that-never-was.
- The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show, season 4 – What is with Netflix series based on DreamWorks movies?
- The Secret Life of Pets – Entirely watchable flick with some great voice acting by Kevin Hart.
Animation Leaving Netflix in April 2017
- American Dad!, season 6
What’s New in Cartoons on Hulu, April 2017
- The Giant King – This Thai film, originally called Yak: The Giant King, is a post-apocalyptic take on the ancient tale of the Monkey King. A group of robots wake up after a war and trek across the ruined landscape.
- Who Framed Roger Rabbit – A Disney classic and a pioneer in the mixture of live action with animation.
- DOT, season 1 – Kid stuff.
- Sid the Science Kid, seasons 1 and 2 – Kid stuff!
- Sid the Science Kid: The Movie – Kid Stuff: The Movie.
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, season 4 – The latest incarnation of the Heroes on the Half-Shell is pretty fun, and features fantastic voice acting from Rob Paulsen, Seth Green, Mae Whitman.
Which Cartoons are Leaving Hulu in April 2017
- Atlantis: The Lost Empire
New Animation on Amazon Prime for April 2017
- Tumble Leaf – Emmy-winning Amazon Original series about Fig the Fox and his friends. It’s aimed at young children, but entertaining for parents too.
- Thunderbirds are Go!, season 3 – Yes, Amazon brought back the original inspiration for Team America: World Police. Yes, three years ago.
What’s Leaving Amazon Prime
Amazon does not publish this information.