I do like how the Netflix Jr YouTube channel has put out music videos either about specific shows or have many shows together. This one is fairly charming. It reminds me of the ones that Disney Junior and Nick Jr do.
Having 5 episodes of The Ghost And Molly McGee on Disney Plus and Disney Now on the same day while Alice's Wonderland Bakery has 6 episodes out makes sense. The initial uploads are about putting up 25% of the season on day 1. Molly season 1 is 20 episodes, so 5 episodes makes sense. Alice season 1 is 25 episodes, so putting up 6 episodes works since 24% is very close to 25%.
I'm currently writing my review of the first episode of Alice's Wonderland Bakery while watching Strawberry Shortcake Berry In The Big City in the background. I have one food themed show helping me write a review for another food themed show. I like this episode.
Looking on LinkedIn, it looks like Broni Likomanov will be a director on the new Monster High series. He's worked on shows like Rugrats, Rocket Power, As Told By Ginger, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Jake And The Neverland Pirates, and Mickey And The Roadster Racers.
I've noticed how some of the behind the scenes Big Nate videos that Ben Giroux puts on his YouTube channel mainly show him and Bryce Charles doing their dialogue for Nate and DeeDee and no one else is present.
So I've been trying again to update the IMDb page for The Chicken Squad, but even after 9 months, it still won't accept these 4 voice actor credits (Grey DeLisle Griffin, Tom Kenny, Kevin Michael Richardson, and Alanna Ubach). And then I just discovered that I got my TV tropes account got hacked, and I can't post or edit anything (like adding Alice's Wonderland Bakery to the Disney Television Animation page).
https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/ComicBook/SuperSons https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Creator/DCGraphicNovelsForKids https://animesuperhero.com/forums/threads/battle-of-the-super-sons-cgi-animated-feature-news-discussion-spoilers.5792287/ When it was mentioned about the Super Sons...
Imagine if Shea Fontana and Matt Hoverman collaborated on a project. Her brand of positivity, inclusivity, and fun cheesiness combined with his emotional moments, mature storytelling, and Broadway like songs (helped by how he's worked as a playwright) would be really awesome to see.
"Shani Like A Star" is a very wholesome Polly Pocket episode, whether it's in Shani trying to fit in to impress others but having trouble, Ava trying to muster up the confidence to be with others, and having Polly and Lila act like pseudo parents. Only a show like this can make the phrase "odd ducks" endearing and empowering