We warned you, parents!
If you thought you heard the last of that viral song “Baby Shark,” you’ve got another think coming!
Pinkfong, the Seoul-based company that’s behind the videos, are working with Netflix to bring “Baby Shark” short videos, as well as a cartoon series, plus a North American musical, according to Bloomberg.
They’re even working on making games that work with voice assistants like Alexa and Google Home.
The publication also reports the creators are looking to make content (featuring penguins) for older children ages 5 through 8.
“Baby Shark” has more than 2.2 billion views on YouTube and has even made it onto the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
“We’ve added the ‘K-pop factor’ into our songs, such as very trendy beats and upbeat rhythms,” Seungkyu Lee, chief financial officer at SmartStundy and Pinkfong’s co-founder, told Bloomberg. “If you’ve ever heard of ‘Baby Shark,’ you might feel the importance of community. In a group, we should walk or swim together.”
Looks like “Baby Shark” is headed toward worldwide domination (Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo).
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