Team up for new projects based on Moonbug Entertainment and Netflix Little baby ass Is a global phenomenon, Cocomelon. Here we know.
First release on Netflix on June 1, 2020, Cocomelon Netflix has been a huge success in the US and around the world. This is from Moonbug Entertainment, which developed the kids brand from their YouTube channel with 105 billion views to date.
‘S new seasons Cocomelon A new batch arrived in December 2020 within six months of June 2020 with 4 episodes each, and more recently in June 2021.
Since launching the Top 10 in March 2020, the series has been in the US for 316 days. It is also successful in Australia, Canada, Ireland, the UK and the Middle East.
Nielsen says the show is too big for Netflix to average half a billion minutes a week in the United States alone.
That’s it Cocomelon It is now widely available on Hulu and Prime video streamers that carry the compilation seasons of the YouTube show.
According to Netflix, that participation is growing now.
In addition to new collections CoColmelon Series, Netflix will release a new series Cocomelan Way.
The series will feature 24 new episodes of 7 minutes each, and will offer “all the new adventures of JJ and his best friends while experiencing the great moments of life as little kids”.
New Cocomelon The project is expected to reach Netflix in 2022.
Elsewhere, Little baby ass It’s also available on Prime Video, Hulu, Netflix, HBO Max, Peacock and Pluto TV. A new series is available on Netflix Little Baby Bum: Music Time.
Music time In 2023, Netflix will have 48 episodes and a premiere, and will “invite preschoolers to their first exploration of their rhythms, sounds, instruments, and other basics of music.”
Rene Rectman, CEO and co-founder of Moonbug, said in a statement:
With so many options available for kids and families, the popularity of the Moonbug series on Netflix speaks volumes. With real fan favorite Cocomelon and Little Baby Bum in mind, we want to give viewers more opportunities to connect with their favorite characters, stories, and nursery rhymes.
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