The Boss Baby is Back in Business again, as Netflix’s spin-off from the family feature film returns for Season 2.
The show is the latest production from DreamWorks Animation, which has a long-standing partnership with the streaming giant, including spin-offs for How to Train Your Dragon and Captain Underpants. The latest to arrive this year was The Boss Baby: Back in Business, which sees the eponymous Boss Baby back in business and trying to balance family life with Baby Corp work – with a little help from his brother and accomplice, Tim.
From Emmy-winning executive producer Brandon Sawyer (Penguins of Madagascar), the series impressed us when it released its first season earlier this year.
“The season is best taken in small chunks – binge-viewing is the televisual equivalent of OD’ing on fizzy Haribo – but for anyone looking for something to co-watch with their kids, from very young up to teens, this is the show to stream,” we wrote in our review.
Season 2 introduces a new threat to baby popularity: old people. But a revolutionary “stinkless” serum could give Baby Corp a competitive advantage. The show drops its second run on 12th October. Here’s the trailer – or for a full guide to what’s coming soon to Netflix this October, click here.
Back in Business: Netflix drops trailer for new Boss Baby TV series
5th March 2018
You can’t always get what you want in life, but Netflix is proof that you can certainly get lots of TV shows you don’t need. A case in point is the new spin-off series from The Boss Baby, the trailer for which has just dropped online.
The show is the latest production from DreamWorks Animation, which has a long-standing partnership with the streaming giant. Together, they have released 12 original series since 2013, including Trollhunters, Dragons: Race to the Edge, Voltron Legendary Defender, All Hail King Julien, DreamWorks Spirit Riding Free, Dinotrux and more, winning a total of 17 Daytime Creative Arts Emmys and six Annie Awards.
Last year, they announced they were extending their collaboration with six new shows for 2018, including a reboot of She-Ra, Trolls: The Beat Goes (which continues on the tale from the feature film Trolls) and The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants. Alongside all of those is a new series spun off from The Box Office, which sees the baby back in business and trying to balance family life with Baby Corp work – with a little help from his brother and accomplice, Tim.
From Emmy-winning executive producer Brandon Sawyer (Penguins of Madagascar), the series will be available to Netflix users worldwide on Friday 6th April.
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