‘The Boss Baby: Back in Business’ has been keeping the young ones entertained and the parents happy, since its premiere on April 6, 2018. A follow-up of Alec Baldwin starrer ‘The Boss Baby,’ which itself is based on the eponymous book by Marla Frazee, the animated comedy series revolves around the exciting adventures of the talking toddler, Boss Baby. The show’s fun premise, coupled with its trademark toilet humor, earned it a renewal and also a Kids’ Choice Award nomination.
The show dropped its season 3 in March 2020, after a gap of nearly a year and a half. As fans are done binge-watching the third season, they must be wondering: will there be a ‘The Boss Baby: Back in Business’ season 4? We try to answer that question below. Read on.
The Boss Baby: Back in Business Season 4 Release Date
‘The Boss Baby: Back in Business’ season 3 released in its entirety on March 16, 2020, on Netflix. It consists of 11 episodes with a runtime of 25 minutes each.
As far as season 4 is concerned, here’s everything we know. Just like the previous seasons, the third season managed to maintain its viewership and strengthen its popularity among the kids. As season 3 doesn’t end on a conclusive note, the makers might pick up from the ending and also introduce new hindrances that may affect the levels of baby love in Babydom in season 4. Therefore, it certainly warrants another season. If everything works out and the show does get renewed, we expect season 4 to release sometime in March 2021, on Netflix.
The Boss Baby: Back in Business Season 4 Cast: Who is in it?
JP Karliak voices the character of Boss Baby AKA Theodore Lindsey “Ted” Templeton Jr. Pierce Gagnon lends his voice to Boss Baby’s brother Timmy/Tim AKA Timothy Leslie Templeton. Joining them as the voice behind their parents – Ted and Janice Templeton, are David W. Collins and Hope Levy, respectively. Eric Bell Jr. reprises his role as The Triplets from the movie.
The supporting cast comprises Kevin Michael Richardson as Jimbo, Alex Cazares as Staci, Flula Borg as Mega Fat CEO Baby, Brandon Scott as Manager Baby Hendershot, Kari Wahlgren as Marsha Krinkle, Jake Green as Bootsy Calico, Justin Felbinger as Danny, and many more.
Almost all the members from the voice talent ensemble might reprise their roles in season 4.
The Boss Baby: Back in Business Season 4 Plot: What can it be About?
In season 3, Boss Baby gets fired by Manager Baby Hendershot, and he joins the Mommy-Daddy-Baby playgroup, where he recruits new babies for his multiple field operations. Throughout the season, we see Boss Baby evicting a potty squatter at the Museum; defeating the new leader at Baby Corps; unmasking a baby whisperer at the playgroup; clashing with his arch-nemesis Bug the Pug, and taking down the high tech Bubbeezee playroom; all with the help of his new and old team. The season ends with Boss Baby stepping into the position of the new CEO of Baby Corps, which is now in a dilapidated state.
Administering the undertakings as the CEO of Baby Corps might not be a cakewalk for our beloved Boss Baby. In season 4, we can expect to see him and his field ops team revamping Baby Corps to its original glory, while dealing with the challenges and obstacles that emerge on their way. Season 4 might also focus on the growing bond between the two siblings – Timmy and Ted. Like the previous seasons, the fourth season might continue to generate belly-aching laughs with its sarcastic potty-chair humor. It might also showcase various subjects/objects that threaten the appeal of the tiny humans.
The Boss Baby: Back in Business Trailer
As we wait for an official update on ‘Boss Baby: Back in Business’ season 4, check out the trailer for season 3!
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