Netflix has nabbed the rights to two new Korean animated series to release this March.
On March 1st, Season 2 of the widely beloved animated series Larva Island will debut globally. The zany adventures and slapstick humour of Red and Yellow continue with 13 new episodes. Larva Island, a spinoff of the globally beloved animated series Larva – produced by Korean studio TUBAn – was first launched on Netflix in 2018, and Netflix says it has has been “massively popular” with audiences all over the world.
YooHoo to the Rescue, based on the popular Korean brand YooHoo and Friends, is also launching globally on March 15th. The series, originally created by Korea’s Aurora World, follows five animal friends who live in the magical land of YooTopia. They travel around the world using a wide variety of gadgets to help other animals in trouble. A total of 26 11-minute episodes will feature characters based on endangered species.
Here’s the trailer for Larva Island:
For more on what’s coming soon to Netflix in March, click here.
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