Netflix rolls out Kids Mystery Box and supports audio and subtitles for French, Spanish and more
Netflix has introduced a new Kids Mystery Box feature for TVs around the world “to provide a fun and safe space for kids to discover their favorite upcoming shows and movies”, including Boss Baby: Back in the crib, Gabby’s Dollhouse, Back in the Outback, Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous etc Additionally, on Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), Netflix announced the expansion of language availability for Audio Descriptions (AD) and Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (SDH) . Also read – Panchayat 2, RRR and more: Top movies, series arriving on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus Hotstar this week
Netflix presents Kids Mystery Box
To make it easy for users to discover age-appropriate movies and shows, Netflix has rolled out a new Kids Mystery Box feature. To access this feature, you just need to follow these simple steps: Also Read – Netflix Screens Upcoming Movies and Series for Select Subscribers: Report
- Sign in to a child profile
- Find the ‘Favorites Row’ kids at the top of the homepage.
- Hover over the glittering “Mystery Box” to discover a “new for you” title!
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Now you will be surprised by a new recommended family-friendly movie or show. This feature will save you the time you spend scrolling and deciding what to watch.
Netflix expands language accessibility tools
Starting this month and continuing through 2023, Netflix audio descriptions and subtitles will be available in over 20 additional languages, including Spanish, Portuguese and French. According to the company statement, “By expanding the availability of our SDH and AD languages to more than 20 languages, we hope to give all of our members the opportunity to see their lives reflected on screen, no matter where from. you come from, what language you speak, or what abilities you have.
The streaming platform is also adding new badges for shows and movies that have AD and SDH on web and iOS to make this type of content easier to spot. Netflix also launched its very first collection called “Celebrating Disability with Dimension”. This collection includes more than 50 shows, films with characters and stories about people with disabilities.