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DreamWorks Boss Baby Back in Business Premieres March 16 on Netflix

This post is sponsored by DreamWorks Animation.

Hold onto your baby bottles! DreamWorks Boss Baby Back in Business is premiering today on Netflix.

To celebrate, I received a fun care package from DreamWorks which includes a warm fluffy blanket, Boss Baby pillow and some fun Boss Baby Back in Business cookies!

Check out my fun Boss Baby goodies!

I am all ready to snuggle up and catch DreamWorks Boss Baby Back in Business today, March 16, on Netflix!

The Sabbatical Ends With The Return of Beloved Baby Executive in DreamWorks The Boss Baby: Back In Business

Navigate the cutthroat jungle gym of life with Boss Baby and team in all-new episodes available now on Netflix!

Check out four exciting clips from the third season of DreamWorks The Boss Baby: Back In Business below!
Boss Baby Gets Fired

Org Chart

Mega Fat Intro

Happy Sad Angry

The boss is back, baby! However, all is not well when Boss Baby is summoned to the Board of Directors for what could only be the culmination of his corporate journey – to finally be named CEO – he’s instead fired and dragged back down to earth when he’s blamed for every bad thing that’s ever happened to Baby Corp. Now surrounded by regular babies (gross!), Boss Baby must get his mojo back and assemble a new field team in order to return to the top of the corporate ladder.

Watch the struggle get real as Boss Baby takes a hard look at his org chart, keeps his trusted associates close and does what it takes to regain his glory as the high powered baby executive he once was.
Executive Produced by the Emmy Award-winning Brandon Sawyer (DreamWorks The Penguins of Madagascar) the series features the voice talents of JP Karliak (​Wabbit: A Looney Tunes Production)​ as “Boss Baby,” Pierce Gagnon ​(​Looper, Tomorrowland, Wish I Was Here​) as "Tim," and Kevin Michael Richardson (​All Hail King Julien, Cleveland Show​) ​as “Jimbo.” Guest Cast includes Flula Borg (​Pitch Perfect 2​) as "Mega Fat CEO Baby,” Rhys Darby (​Jumanji 2, Voltron Legendary Defender)​ as “Happy Sedengry,” and Cheri Oteri (​Saturday Night Live​) as “Multi-Multi-task CEO Baby.”
DreamWorks Animation is one of the world’s leading producers of high-quality, animated family programming, reaching consumers in more than 190 countries.  Creating a diverse array of original content in a variety of formats and delivering deep, fully immersive worlds served up with compelling characters, the prolific studio has garnered 25 Emmy® Awards since inception in 2013 and is home to such beloved series as TrollhuntersSpirit Riding FreeShe-Ra and the Princesses of PowerTrolls: The Beat Goes On!The Boss Baby: Back in BusinessKung Fu Panda: The Paws of DestinyThe Epic Tales of Captain UnderpantsDragons: Race to the EdgeAll Hail King Julien3Below and the recently released Archibald’s Next Big Thing. DreamWorks is a division of the Universal Filmed Entertainment Group within NBCUniversal, a subsidiary of Comcast Corporation. 


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