10 shows like ‘Daniel Spellbound’ on Netflix

Daniel Spellbound follows the titular teenager, a tracker of magical items and ingredients, contending with world-ending threats and formidable foes while embarking on different adventures with his friends along the way.

There are magical herbs, diabolical spells, ferocious witches, raving fairies, monstrous bugs, and warring alchemists, among many other fantastical components that make up the world of Netflix’s animated series Daniel Spellbound.

It centers around Daniel, a tracker by profession, searching and collecting magical ingredients. However, when the world is threatened by evil forces every now and then, he must embark on an adventure to save it, with his friends Hoagie and Lucy helping him along the way.

Here are 10 other Netflix shows like Daniel Spellbound that cater to the same age group and deal with similar storylines:

The Dragon Prince: Mystery of Aaravos

Cast: Jack De Sena, Sasha Rojen, Jason Simpson, Racquel Belmonte, Jesse Inocalla, Erik Dellums

The human kingdoms and the mystical realm of Xadia have been waging war on each other for centuries. Xadia is home to countless magical creatures and species and also where all seven primal sources of magic originate from.

Meanwhile, Callum and Ezran are two half-brother princes who, along with the infant dragon prince Azymondias and shadowmoon elf Rayla, must put an end to this thousand-year-long conflict.

Troll Hunters: Tales of Arcadia

Cast: Kelsey Grammer, Emile Hirsch, Charlie Saxton, Lexi Medrano, Jonathan Hyde, Fred Tatasciore, Anton Yelchin

A tale of an average guy who finds a magical amulet, and his friends, who all must embark on an adventure together and fulfil an unlikely destiny, all in order to save two worlds.

A parallel world inhabited by trolls and other magical creatures, plus a group of friends running along performing world-saving feats rings pretty similar to Daniel Spellbound.

Tarzan and Jane

Cast: Marci T. House, Michael Dobson, Omari Newton, Paul Dobson, Rebecca Shoichet, Giles Panton

Tarzan is a teen who survives a plane crash, landing in a jungle and gaining supernatural powers. Now he must put these powers to use and save his jungle from the threats that it faces.

Similar to Daniel Spellbound, Tarzan and Jane also follows a group of friends, as the titular teenager and his brave city friend Jane, team up with animals to save the world of animals from threats.

Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight

Cast: Jack Black, Rita Ora, James Hong, Chris Geere, Amy Hill, Nolan North, Della Saba

The adorable and mischievous Po the panda returns and this time he must embark on adventures with a no-nonsense knight throughout the globe, collecting magical weapons and saving the world.


Cast: Taylor Clarke-Hill, Tom Clarke-Hill, Larissa Murray, Brianna Price, Michael Obiora, Morwenna Banks

Robozuna follows a boy and his homemade robot to enter the universe’s toughest competition. Meanwhile, they must also try and free their homeworld from an evil empire.

Set in a futuristic universe, where an orphan named Tristan’s home planet is seized by an evil empire and its centurion robots, the story of Robozuna follows the boy and his homemade robot friend Mangle, as they set out to free their world.

Power Players

Cast: Kieran Walton, Carlos Salazar, Greg Chun, Jamieson Price, Reba Buhr, Todd Haberkorn, Landon McDonald, Scott Whyte, Paul Haapaniemi

A teenager teaming up with his powerful friends and an evil power they have to save the world from are plenty of similarities that Power Players shares with Daniel Spellbound.

Axel gains the ability to transform into an action figure-sized toy and sets out on many adventures with several of his new toy friends.

A Tale Dark & Grimm

Cast: Raini Rodriguez, Andre Robinson, Jonathan Banks, Scott Adsit, Erica Rhodes, Ron Funches, Nicole Byer, Tom Hollander, Adam Lambert

A Tale Dark & Grimm tells the tale of Hansel and Gretel, and this time they are a prince and princess whose story is narrated by three crows.

The siblings embark on adventures that other are witty and wicked tales written by the Brothers Grimm, as they also search for a new home and a new family.

Dead End: Paranormal Park

Cast: Zach Barack, Kody Kavitha, Emily Osment, Alex Brightman, Clinton Leupp

This animated series follows Barney and Norma, the two newest employees at a Dollywood-esque park called Dead End. Teamed up with Barney’s childhood dog and a thousand-year-old demon, they become witnesses to a whole new world of the supernatural.

Following their discovery of this new world full of the preternatural and weird, Barney, Norma, and friends go on adventures while also embarking on a journey of self-discovery.


Cast: Bella Ramsey, Ameerah Falzon-Ojo, Oliver Nelson, Daisy Haggard, Rasmus Hardiker

Living with her mother Johanna in a cabin on the outskirts of a city, in the jungles where the mystical creatures dwell, Hilda moves to the city finally and now with her deerfox Twig, and friends David and Frida, must embark on several adventures throughout the city.

During their adventures together, they stumble upon a flurry of magical creatures and animals much akin to how Daniel Spellbound and his friends do in the eponymously titled series.

Wizards: Tales of Arcadia

Cast: Colin O’Donoghue, David Bradley, Lexi Medrano, Lena Headey, Steven Yeun, James Faulkner, Alfred Molina, Kelsey Grammer, Emile Hirsch, John Rhys-Davies, Mark Hamill

Douxie Casperan, a wizard in training who’s spent most of his time pushing a broom is finally asked by Merlin to set off on a search for the Guardians of Arcadia and travel back in time to 12th-century Camelot.

During their adventures, they all learn the many secrets of this world of fantasy and of the stories that took place before.

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