New series of 13 episodes pick up where the Oscar-nominated feature left off.
DreamWorks Animation Television and Netflix's new series The Boss Baby: Back in Business picks up where the Oscar-nominated film left off when it debuts April 6 worldwide on Netflix with 13 episodes.
Boss Baby wants what any modern baby executive wants: everything -- not just the corner office, but the perfect little family at home. He loves both worlds, and Boss Baby has the skills to succeed in both. He’s got moxie, he’s got corporate savvy, but most importantly he’s got a big brother, best friend, and partner in crime in Tim Templeton.
With puppies out of the way (for now) business is booming for Baby Corp, but the challenges are great, and there are new threats to Baby Love -- nightmare babies out in the wild whose bad behavior is terrible for the brand, and cats bent on absolute anarchy. It’s a lot to handle, but that’s what it takes to be the boss, baby.
From Emmy-winning executive producer Brandon Sawyer (Penguins of Madagascar), the series features the voice talents of JP Karliak (Wabbit: A Loony Tunes Production) as the Boss Baby; Pierce Gagnon (Looper, Tomorrowland) as the Boss Baby's brother and best friend, Tim; YouTube sensation Flula Borg as Boss Baby's supervisor Mega Fat CEO Baby; Kevin Michael Richardson (All Hail King Julien, Cleveland Show) as 99th percentile bruiser baby Jimbo; along with special guest voice appearances from Tony Hale (Veep, Arrested Development) and Nicole Sullivan (MADtv, King of Queens).
Source: DreamWorks Animation Television