Hey there Madagascar fans! DreamWorks Animation is bringing an all-new animated adventure to Hulu! Starting today with 6 episodes, Madagascar A Little Wild is sure to be a hit with fans of the movies and newcomers alike. It's funny, charming, with non-obnoxious songs and a lot of heart.
Madagascar A Little Wild Review
Madagascar: A Little Wild is a show filled with original music and dance worthy songs. The lovable crew of Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe and Gloria the Hippo are seen as kids residing in their rescue habitat at the Central Park Zoo. They might be small, but like everybody who lands in New York City, these little guys have big dreams and are ready for adventure!
We are always on the hunt for shows we can watch together a family. A Little Wild is a great addition to our lineup. It has the shenanigans of the films with little lessons built in that are needed and well-timed considering what life is like right now. The show can open up doors to have conversations with your children about tough topics like belonging, loss, sickness, and more.
Like I said above the songs aren't annoying, isn't that a relief parents? And don't worry about the more adult aspects of the films, ahem Moto Moto looking at you. A Little Wild, will not be going there. This show is focused on our favorites as kids, dealing with kid appropriate issues and topics.
Although geared towards younger viewers, A Little Wild is one of those rare kid shows that even your older kids will watch. A show the whole family can watch and actually enjoy? Yes please!
Madagascar A Little Wild Interview With Executive Producer Johanna Stein and Co-Executive Producer Dana Starfield
I had the chance to chat with Executive Producer Johanna Stein and Co-Executive Producer Dana Starfield about the show. You know I love looking for easter eggs, so I had to ask us movie fans would have any to hunt for while watching the show.
Plus these ladies share what it's like working on the project and taking a step away from writing and focusing on producing instead.