Good news for parents and their offspring: Netflix (s NFLX) is adding Yo Gabba Gabba, new episodes of iCarly and a bunch of other shows for toddlers, preteens and teens to its streaming video catalog. The company announced on its blog Sunday that is has added new content from a number of Viacom (s VIA) cable channels, which include Nickelodeon, MTV, VH1, Logo, Spike and Comedy Central.
Some of the content already added over the weekend includes the first season of Yo Gabba Gabba, the third season of Wonder Pets as well as new episodes of Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants. Netflix also added some fare for slightly older viewers, including the Roast of David Hasselhoff, the first season of the MTV show Teen Mom and the Drawn Together Movie.
Netflix has long had lots of kids content on its service. The company added a number of Nickelodeon shows last summer, and in March recently started bring a number of seasons of Sesame Street online.
Netflix is also working on making it easier to separate this kind of content from the movies and shows slightly older viewers might be interested in. It announced earlier this year that it is slowly moving towards a family plan model that could include separate queues for each member of the household.