Disney+ is prepping audiences for its upcoming feature Lightyear by releasing the documentary Beyond Infinity: Buzz and the Journey to Lightyear, which explores the evolution of the character from toy to Space Ranger. Featuring filmmakers, storytellers, artists and members of the Lightyear voice cast, the special recounts how Buzz’s original action-figure design was realized, and how that look was translated years later into a human hero.
A note on the list: streamers often announce new animation releases mid-month. Our guide only catalogs what the streamers announce at the beginning of the month, but, when possible, we try to update the schedule if there are mid-month announcements. If there are other U.S. streaming services you’d like to see added to our line-up, share a comment below.
Here’s a look at the streaming animation release calendar for the month of May:
Pictured Above: ‘Dead End: Paranormal Park,’ ‘Lightyear,’ ‘Fairfax’
Some fan favorite series are back with new episodes this month, along with a couple exciting new titles and a Buzz Lightyear doc just in time for his solo feature debut.
In animation for adults, Prime Video’s Fairfax is back for its second season and the streamer’s free counterpart Freevee (formerly IMDb TV) is dropping Season 4 of Corner Gas Animated. HBO Max sees the return of Birdgirl and Paramount+ will launch the made-for-streaming feature South Park: The Streaming Wars.

Netflix
  • Action Pack: S2 (series, June 6)
  • Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness (feature, June 10)
  • Charlie’s Colorforms City: Mighty Movie Adventures (series, June 13)
  • Charlie’s Colorforms City: Miss Weather and Friends (series, June 13)
  • Dead End: Paranormal Park (series, June 16)
  • Karma’s World Music Videos: S2 (series, June 16)
  • Rainbow High: S2 (series, June 17)
  • Spriggan: S1 (series, June 18)
  • One Piece: New Episodes (series, June 22)
  • Sing 2 (feature, June 22)
  • Angry Birds: Summer Madness: S2 (series, June 24)
  • Chip and Potato: Chip’s Holiday (series, June 27)
  • Bastard!! -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy: S1 (series, June 30)
  • Sharkdog: S2 (series, June 30)
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Prime Video
  • Fantastic Mr. Fox (feature, June 1)
  • Megamind (feature, June 1)
  • Fairfax: S2 (series, June 10)
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Freevee
  • Shrek (feature, June 1)
  • Shrek 2 (feature, June 1)
  • Corner Gas Animated: S4 (series, June 24)
  • Sherlock Gnomes (feature, June 30)
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Disney+
  • Mickey Mouse Funhouse (series, June 1)
  • Baymax Dreams: S1 & 2 (series, June 8)
  • Beyond Infinity: Buzz and the Journey to Lightyear (special, June 10)
  • Disney Junior Ready for Preschool: S3 (series, June 15)
  • T.O.T.S.: S3 (series, June 15)
  • Baymax! (series, June 29)
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HBO Max
  • The Ant Bully (feature, June 1)
  • Bee Movie (feature, June 1)
  • Total Dramarama: S3 (series, June 6)
  • Summer Camp Island: S6 (series, June 9)
  • Odo: S3 (series, June 10)
  • Victor and Valentino: S3 (series, June 10)
  • Lucas the Spider (series, June 17)
  • Tom and Jerry Cowboy Up! (feature, June 19)
  • Birdgirl: S2 (series, June 20)
  • Little Ellen: S3 (series, June 23)
  • Tuca & Bertie: S2 (series, June 24)
  • Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: The Underground Rock Experience (special, June 30)
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Peacock
  • Minions (feature, June 1)
  • The Croods: Family Tree: S3 (series, June 2)
  • Madagascar: A Little Wild: S8 (series, June 30)
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Paramount+
  • South Park: The Streaming Wars (feature, June 1)
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Hulu
  • Happy Feet (feature, June 1)
  • Happy Feet Two (feature, June 1)
  • Robots (feature, June 1)
  • The Smurfs (feature, June 1)
  • The Smurfs 2 (feature, June 1)
  • The Croods: Family Tree: S3 (series, June 1)
  • The Dog Knight (feature, June 9)
  • Madagascar: A Little Wild: S8 (series, June 30)
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Apple TV+
  • Lovely Little Farm (series, June 10)
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Netflix provides one of June’s highest-profile new animated productions in Hamish Steele’s Dead End: Paranormal Park. The show got a bit of unexpected attention earlier this month when it was name-dropped by a group of U.S. senators asking the TV Parental Guidelines Advisory Board to update its ratings system to include whether a show contains content related to sexual orientation or gender identity. Their objection, Dead End: Paranormal Park has a transgender lead. Nothing like a bit of free PR.

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