A Baby Shark TV Show Is Reportedly Coming To Netflix

by : Julia Banim on : 24 Jan 2019 21:11
Baby Shark TV show is coming.Pinkfong

Not content with dominating his ocean realm, Baby Shark remains hell bent on conquering the human world and has now been gifted his own TV show.

Baby Shark’s new show is coming to Netflix. However, this will not be a hard hitting yet necessary documentary about a ruthless family of serial killers.


Nor will it be a stand-up special where Baby Shark sighs with self-deprecation over the public’s misconception of him as an irritant who smiles eerily at parents until they literally explode.

Nope. It seems Baby Shark the Netflix show will retain its cartoon format, no doubt delving deeper into the undersea kingdom of this pesky predator. Sadly, I imagine this will not be of the same darkly comedic ilk as acclaimed adult cartoons BoJack Horseman and Big Mouth.


In the interview all those over the age of five prayed would never happen, Pinkfong told Bloomberg of their plans for Netflix domination:


[We are] planning to release short videos via Netflix Inc., a cartoon series and a musical in North America this year.

Pinkfong, from SmartStudy Co., is a Korean educational entertainment company, based in Seoul. And of course, the mad scientists who zapped life into this catchy, viral monster.

In the very same Bloomberg interview, SmartStudy Co.’s chief financial officer, Seungkyu Lee, spoke about the poignant life lessons lurking within the bloodthirsty ballad:

We’ve added the ‘K-pop factor’ into our songs, such as very trendy beats and upbeat rhythms,

If you’ve ever heard of ‘Baby Shark,’ you might feel the importance of community. In a group, we should walk or swim together.


Will you be binge watching Baby Shark when he swims onto the ‘Flix? Or indeed, will your little ones not give you a choice in the matter?


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Julia Banim

Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications.

Topics: Film and TV


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