Netflix is ​​rebooting this controversial children’s show

If you’ve ever worked in a babysitting position or just been around your own kids, you can really appreciate the value of a memorable kids’ TV show. Once your kids connect with a certain character or series, it’s all downhill from there. It’s all about lunch boxes, plush toys, pajamas, and anything else you can put a logo on from then until the end of time, or at least until they reach their next stage of development.

Streaming services of all kinds, like the cable networks that came before them, are building sections to house content exclusively for children. This is a lifesaver for busy parents, especially in recent years when stay-at-home orders had them working (and babysitting) from home. Streaming your child’s favorite show means you can give them what they want to watch on demand. What a bless.

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