Are All Barbie Movies Available on Netflix?

Are All Barbie Movies Available on Netflix?

Netflix may not have struck a deal to bring Greta Gerwig’s upcoming movie, Barbie to the streamer yet. But it sure has picked up on trends and has stacked up plenty of Barbie content on its platform.

If you are one of the Barbie fanatics that just love the plastic doll and her pink world, you are in luck. Since Ryan Gosling’s Ken is still a long way off, you can feast your eyes on the original 2D Ken on the Barbie movies that Netflix is carrying at the moment. 

Barbie Movies that you can stream on Netflix right now

Netflix is carrying 5 Barbie movies at the moment. You can watch Barbie head out to Broadway to enroll in an exclusive performing arts program in Barbie: Big City Dreams. In Barbie: Dolphin Magic, Barbie heads to a tropical resort for a vacation but things go south when a rare gemstone dolphin disappears. The streamer also carries Barbie: Princess Adventure, and Barbie: Happy Birthday to You! While the former, Barbie is up against an evil prince and has to find ways to stop him before he finds her real identity, the latter is a TV special. 

Additionally, the streamer also added the newest Barbie flick, Barbie & Chelsea: The Lost Princess to the collection. The movie came out only last year in November 2021. This is the only film in the Barbie franchise where Chelsea is given a lead role. It follows Chelsea going on a holiday with her family. 

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All the Barbie shows that are available on the streamer

Apart from the films, the streamer also has an impressive catalog of Barbie shows to keep you sated. Currently, Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse, Barbie: It Takes Two, Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures, Barbie: Dolphin Magic, and Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures: Go Team Roberts are all streaming. 

Have your fill of Barbie and her world until Greta Gregwig’s most anticipated film starring Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie arrives in the theaters next year. The former was most recently seen in The Gray Man. 

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