Netflix 'StarBeam' Season 4: Air time and how to watch animated series
Superheroine 'StarBeam' will soon be back on Netflix for Season 4 of the Canadian animated series. Starbeam is second grader Zoey's (voiced by Nahanni Mitchell) alter ego and her superpowers include super-speed, super-strength, flight, high-velocity wind breathing, and the power to build force fields with bubbles.
Starbeam's superpowers certainly come in handy when any villains come out to play, and she always manages to save the day. If 'Starbeam' sounds interesting, some of Netflix's other kids' shows such as 'Harvey Street Kids', 'Word Party' and 'The Last Kids on Earth' may be of interest to you and your child.
Air time and how to live stream
Season 4 of 'StarBeam' will begin streaming on June 29 at 3 am EST on Netflix. You can also watch the series by signing up for the platform’s free trial. Apart from that, viewers can also opt for different subscription plans provided by the streaming giant. A premium plan that allows more people to watch the service on different screens simultaneously, costs $18 per month. Meanwhile, the basic US plan costs $9 per month.
According to a Netflix synopsis, "When colourful villains come out to play, 8 year old Zoey has the power to transform into StarBeam, a kid sized superhero. She saves the day every day. "
Nahanni Mitchell is known for her work on other animated series such as 'Gigantosaurus' which follows four curious young dinosaur buffs who explore the mystery of Gigantosaurus. She is also known for her voice talents in the animated series 'The Dragon Prince'.
Dean Petriw voices Henry aka 'Boost', Zoey's closest friend, who is also a superhero who invents devices that strengthen his superhero abilities. Dean Petriw is known for his roles in TV series such as 'Home Before Dark', where a young girl solves a cold case that has remained a mystery for years. He has also been a part of the movie version of 'Sonic The Hedgehog' starring Jim Carrey.
A sneak peek at what's expected in Season 4 of 'StarBeam' shows how Starbeam's summer fun is interrupted by some suspicious activity. You can catch the trailer here.
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