The magical world of Dr. Seuss is coming to Netflix thanks to a new “Green Eggs & Ham” series scheduled to debut on November 8th. The animated series is part of Netflix’s ever-expanding slate of children’s content, and the platform released an official trailer for the show’s first season.

Netflix’s official description reads, “Based on the beloved book by Dr. Seuss, the upcoming animated series follows opposites “Guy” and “Sam” as they venture out on a road trip to save an endangered animal from a far off zoo. Along the way they learn to try new things like hope, friendship, and a certain delectable dish.”

“Green Eggs & Ham” isn’t holiday material, but there are a lot of new releases scheduled to premiere on Netflix over the next few weeks. On November 15th, Seuss fans might enjoy the animated-comedy “Klaus,” and on November 29th, you can watch the baking competition “Sugar Rush Christmas.” Down the line, viewers can celebrate the holidays in Aldovia with “A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby.” In that movie, Amber and Richard host royals from a faraway kingdom to renew an ancient truce. Netflix is also releasing the holiday movies “Holiday in the Wild,” “The Knight Before Christmas,” and “Holiday Rush.” The project “Merry Happy Whatever” stars Dennis Quaid, Bridgit Mendler, and Brent Morin. If your holiday spirit still needs a boost, look for “Let it Snow” with Isabela Merced, Shameik Moore, Kiernan Shipka, Odeya Rush, and Jacob Batalon.

That’s not all, you have “The Great British Baking Show: Holidays” and “Nailed It! Holiday!,” and there will be holiday magic in the series “Magic For Humans.”

If you need more content to stream, you can watch “American Son,” “I Lost My Body,” “Queer Eye: We’re in Japan,” and “The Irishman.” On the animated slate, you have “She-Ra and the Princess of Power: Season 4,” and “The Dragon Prince: Season 3.” In December, look for Ryan Reynolds’ “6 Underground,” “The Two Popes,” and “Lost in Space: Season 2.” Netflix has several other big projects on the way, like “The Witcher” adaptation, “Green Eggs and Ham,” ” Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings,” and “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.”

The video’s description reads, “Heroes aren’t born, they’re poached, scrambled, and fried.”

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