The Best Family Titles To Watch On Demand This February

The shortest month of the year is here! And with it comes some truly incredible family titles that will keep the little ones (and yourself) entertained this February.

With us all spending a little bit extra time indoors these days yet again, we're going to need some family titles on demand to watch and keep us going. Thankfully, there are eight great new additions arriving throughout this month that everyone in the house will be excited to watch on the telly.

Kid Cosmic (Netflix)

Arriving on Netflix this week is Kid Cosmic, a quirky new superhero series which fans of The Powerpuff Girls will love. From the same team who created those iconic and whacky characters, these 10 episodes are brimming with all-inclusive characters such as Kid's superhero grandpa, Papa G, and Tuna Sandwich, his pet cat who can see the future.

Kid Cosmic on Netflix

The Snoopy Show (Apple TV+)

If mad-capp superheroes aren't your thing, then why not throw it back to a cartoon you and your children can both appreciate? The Snoopy Show is a new animated series for kids and families starring that beloved beagle and his feathered best friend Woodstock, and Charlie Brown. Get ready for the Peanuts gang to bring us on all-new, adorable adventures. The series is available on Apple TV+ right now.

The Snoopy Show on Apple TV+

Bluey Season Two (Disney+)

The Australian animated series returns with brand new episodes on Disney+ this February 12. The second season will see Bluey back with her sister Bingo, who get up to endless amounts of fun and games with the family. Not too dissimilar from Peppa Pig, Bluey is one for the younger members of the family.

Bluey season two on Disney+

Dragon Rider (Sky Cinema & NOW TV)

A brand new movie to Sky Cinema and NOW TV customers with a Sky Cinema pass is Dragon Rider, which arrives on February 12. Based on the novel by Cornelia Funke, this is an animated family title which follows the exciting exploits of a silver dragon, Firedrake, and his friends. Patrick Stewart and Felicity Jones lend their voices to this fantasy-filled family adventure.

Dragon Rider on Sky Cinema and NOW TV

PJ Masks Year 4 (Disney+)

More brand new episodes of season four of PJ Masks will be hitting Disney+ on February 12. Join Catboy, Owlette, and Gekko for more adventures, as they're joined by their new friend, Newton Star. They'll have to join forces once again to take down new villain Octobella, who lives underwater in the city's canals.

PJ Masks season four on Disney+

Animals On The Loose: A You vs. Wild Movie (Netflix)

Arriving on Netflix February 16 is an interactive title that the whole family can get involved in. This 90-minute movie will see explorer extraordinaire Bear Grylls need your quick-thinking in order to help him track down wild animals who have become loose in a wildlife sanctuary. By choosing what Bear has to do in various scenarios, will you be able to help him fix the fence before any more animals escape the sanctuary?

Animals On The Loose: A You vs. Wild Movie on Netflix

Flora & Ulysses (Disney+)

Coming this month to Disney+ is a delightful comedy adventure called Flora & Ulysses. Based on the award-winning book about 10-year old Flora, she is an avid comic book fan who ends up rescuing a squirrel, Ulysses. After discovering his unique squirrel superhero powers, the pair go on an epic adventure which changes Flora’s outlook on life forever. The movie is available to stream from February 19.

Flora & Ulysses on Disney+

Bigfoot Family (Netflix)

The last of our family titles on demand for February is this new Netflix movie. Bigfoot Family will see one tech-savvy teenage son Adam attempt to find his father (the one and only Bigfoot!) after he disappears mysteriously. Will Adam be able to save his family from the hands of an evil CEO? Find out from February 26.

Bigfoot Family on Netflix

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