Inspector Gadget is heading to Netflix.

The streaming service announced Thursday that it is expanding its kids' programming slate with five new shows, including reboots of Inspector Gadget and Danger Mouse.

The Inspector Gadget remake has already aired in Europe and will premiere in the United States on Netflix in March. The titular private eye is now CGI and the gadgets have been updated for a 21st century audience.

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The updated version of Danger Mouse, meanwhile, will consist of 26 half-hour episodes and will premiere in spring 2016. It will feature the same characters and catchphrases from the popular 1980s cartoon.

Netflix's other new children's shows are Some Assembly Required, a live-action show about a 14-year-old who becomes the CEO of a toy company; Bottersnikes & Gumbles, a cartoon based on the book series of the same name; and SUPER 4, an animated show about four characters who fight bad guys and have adventures together on their planet.

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