Best Netflix Picks for Families this Easter and Passover
This weekend as we gather with our families to celebrate Easter and Passover our homes and our hearts will be full. But after those big celebratory meals, when everyone is in a food coma, why not cuddle up on the sofa for a little downtime. We’ve paired up with Netflix to find the perfect family flicks perfect for this spring holiday weekend.
After an over 40 year hiatus from the big screen, Benji is back to inspire a new generation. Benji blends action, drama, humor, and sweetness into a heartwarming tale for the whole family. TRAILER
A.D Kingdom and Empire
Maybe not for the youngsters in your crowd but this 12-part series follows the book of ACTS, the events and disbelief that took place after the Crucifixion of Christ, and the reason for Easter.
Flight of the Butterflies
As flowers start to bloom, so do the butterflies! This visually compelling documentary follows the yearlong migration of the monarch butterfly from the volcanic forests of Mexico all the way to Canada. Perfect for nature lovers of all ages.
Take the pressure off your springtime baking and tune into this competitive baking fiasco. Part reality contest, part hot mess.TRAILER
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Rally the family together for some home cooking inspiration in this unscripted series that serves up true competition to crown Britain’s best home cooks.
The Good Place
Due to error, an egocentric Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell) wakes up in the afterlife and is greeted by Michael (Ted Danson) – hilarity ensues as Bell learns to navigate The Good Place.
A young Chicken Little throws his small town into panic by claiming the sky is falling, only to discover the true cause for an upside-down world. Will this little chick save the day?
When Calls the Heart
A young women in the early 1900’s abandons her city life for a journey westward where she becomes a teacher in a small Canadian mining community, inspired by Janette Oke's books about the Canadian West
A small Georgia town’s modest church choir prepares for a big-time national competition, but a discord between the choir’s two leading women throws their ballads off center. This sweet flick stars our favorite Tennessee pal, Dolly Parton!
Prince of Egypt
This weekend also marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover and this animated film is perfect for a family movie night with a Passover theme. This animated retelling of the Books of Exodus follows Moses, who was born into slavery, raised as the son of a pharaoh and positioned lead the Hebrews out of slavery and into freedom.
Barry, a worker bee stuck in a dead-end job making honey among the springtime flora, goes after humans when he discovers that they've been stealing bees' hard-earned nectar all along.
Anne with an E
A reimagining of the 1908 novel Anne of Green Gables, this series follows the adventures of a neglected orphan who is searching for the love and acceptance she deserves. We could not be more excited about this! TRAILER