NETFLIX, INC. DREAMWORKS MOVIE STILL

In the middle of all the “House of Cards” chatter (eg, “Hey, Kevin Spacey lifts his fourth wall Ferris Bueller style” and “I have all 13 episodes in 5 hours” – ok, that was a stretch), Netflix offered another talk of annoucing its partnership with DreamWorks Animation to produce a series for children.

Add video streaming service to its original programming slate later this year, flick the series is based on the upcoming DreamWorks Animation’s “Turbo”, the company announced on Tuesday. The film is about a snail who dreams big and fast.

Small film titled “Turbo: FAST,” represents the first Netflix original series for children and rake only to the December after the film with a big screen 3-D version in July. The film features the voices of Ryan Reynolds and Paul Giamatti – no word yet continue to defend the characters in the show, but the series, where the film ends plot.

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“Families love Netflix, and creating original series for children was natural for us,” Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said in a statement. “DreamWorks Animation has a long history. Incredibly successful in creating characters and stories that people of all ages will love”

Streaming service has been expanding its original programming. It produces all 13 episodes of its newest series “House of Cards” on Feb. 1 and roll the long-awaited return of the cult comedy “Arrested Development” later this spring. Focus on the children only seemed a matter of time. In 2011 started just for kids section with content to viewers aged 12 and younger (who can work the iPad, like no other) aligned. A Netlix announced that its members streamed more than 2 billion hours of content kids in 2012.

“Netflix boasts one of the largest and fastest-growing audience in children’s television. It pioneered a new model of TV dramas including” House of Cards “, and now, together, we do the same with kids’ programming,” said DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg in the notice. “DreamWorks is thrilled to be part of the TV revolution.”

Besides a number of new children, “Turbo” and other DreamWorks Animation’s new feature on the service even from the studio of the 2013 list.