Netflix is expanding their programming for kids with more content from the toy making company Hasbro.
The initial deal between the two was signed one year ago.
The new agreement includes exclusive rights for streaming ‘Kaijudo: Rise of the Dual Masters’ and ‘Littlest Pet Shop’.
U.S Netflix subscribers have ‘Kaijudo’ at the moment, while ‘Littlest Pet Sh0p’ is expected to come to the stream in the summer.
Netflix now holds exclusive online-streaming rights in U.S for a total of five shows from Hasbro Studio.
Hasbro Studios also has a joint venture going on with The Hub Network, and the new seasons of Hasbro shows will be available on Netflix after their finales are shown on The Hub.
The expanded deal also gives Netflix the rights for steaming titles of Hasbro to Canadian audiences. The shows include ‘Transformers Prime’, ‘Pound Puppies’, ‘The Adventures of Chuck& Friends’ and ‘My Little Pony Friendship is Magic’.
More shows will arrive in Canada later this year.
At the end of 2012, Netflix had 27.2 million members in the U.S, and a total of 33 million members across 40 countries.
More than 2 billion hours of content on kid’s interest was streamed in 2012, according to Netflix.
As a side note: Arrested Development Season 4 will premier on Netflix this month.