Within the US anyway. Those channels aren't easy or cheap to access in other countries, and their website often region lock content. Tubi is the only good thing on that list: largely identical (but not perfectly so. Damnit. I wanna watch COPS.) country to country and free.
Tubi TV and Youtube both host various Hasbro cartoons. Both are freely accessed and ad supported. Any basic TV package (barring straight antenna) includes channels like USA Network, SyFy and FX, all of which regularly air the films from Transformers and GI Joe.
I dunno what to tell you, media might be changing slowly, but at least it's still accessible. Even the folks that DON'T get one of the streaming services can watch it on the company website. It's a vehicle for the toy line after all, they need to make an effort to make it as consumable as possible.
As long as the the cartoons are profitable, then they'll make more. The media it's shown on is completely irrelevant. I say that as a guy whose earliest surviving memory is a big red truck turning into a big red robot.
Not sure if any of these are on Netflix or not, but I recommend the following little kids shows (featuring both old and current):
Transformers: Rescue Bots
Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy
Mickey and the Roadster Racers
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Between the Lions
The early seasons of Thomas and Friends
The original version of Muppet Babies (you'll have to find this one on streaming sites like KimCartoon and WatchCartoonOnline)
I'd even recommend some of the older Disney shows like DuckTales, Goof Troop, Gummi Bears, Timon and Pumbaa, Mickey Mouse Works, and House of Mouse. I know the first two are on Amazon Video (DuckTales in SD, Goof Troop in HD), the others you may have to find on streaming sites (I know that Gummi Bears is on YouTube in good quality).
My daughter loves True MAgical Friends. And to be honest I quite enjoy it too. Bartleby is a great kitty character.
Thou I do also recomend Thomas the Tank Engine from the days when it was just models not CGI, it was one of the shows I recall from my Childhood.
I vastly reccomend CGI thomas over the models. The original show the characters are horrible to each other and generally selfish and dark. The newer stuff is at least better. Especially big world big adventures. My daughter loves Nia
Three shows I suggest that are all on Netflix, though I'm not sure about the last one. Might be a bit too 'scary'.
First show: Lolirock.
Each of these are a trailer to give you a general idea of how the shows go. Lolirock is a solid show about three girls in a band that are actually 'magical girls' from another world sent to earth to find the jewels to a magic crown.(Well that's the really short version)
All the characters are fun, especially the bad guys, and I'll just say this now. The main girl Iris gets a super sayian form. ^_^
Mia is a girl who's parents have died, and she's sent to a boarding school she doesn't really want any part of. Thankfully she is given a gift her father had set aside for her upcoming birthday, but given the circumstances she gets it now. It comes with a bracelet that asks her for a password, and once she says it. (It was on a note with the book) She suddenly finds herself IN the world of the book! Now as an elf (which is really just a fairy, but for some reason they are called elfs here) She has to protect the unicorns from a great evil.
Last we have Legend Quest:
It's about a boy who lives in some time around I believe the early 1900's or maybe even the 1800's. He's able to see 'ghosts' and with the help of these ghosts he has to stop a great evil from rising.
I'm usually annoyed at adventure fantasy shows with British kids (cuz they have aaaaaaaall the fantasy. When it's not Asian anime) but this is an alternate history where magical creatures are around ish.