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NETFLIX DECIDED TO TAKE OFF TWO ANIMATED KIDS SERIES:

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Netflix has developed a decision to discourage the production of a couple of kids-based animated web series.

The first would be Dina Daycare, a work of Ada Twist, Chris Nee who is a scientist executive producer. The second one has to be Boons and Curses, an adventurous series that got its inspiration from South Asia. It has been learned from the sources that the decision of shutting these shows down is done because of the creative impasses these shows had.

NETFLIX DECIDED TO TAKE OFF TWO ANIMATED KIDS SERIES:
NETFLIX DECIDED TO TAKE OFF TWO ANIMATED KIDS SERIES:

As a part of the first batch of animated shows that Doc Mc Stuffins (Nee) was already seeing. Dino Daycare which was a creation by Jeff King was declared in 2020. This show revolved around a story that happened at a place where Dinosaurs were in existence and never went extinct where a real young boy, say 6 years provides aid for baby dinos of all sizes and shapes at a nursery.

NETFLIX DECIDED TO TAKE OFF TWO ANIMATED KIDS SERIES:

Nee tweeted, “Tough time for a wonderful show deep into production.” Loads of love to Jeff King and the exceptional crew of Dino Daycare. I believe it will find a new home one day, but right now is not the time.”

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The cutting off of these two shows is brought at the end of the week when Netflix did undergo its first net subscriber loss in the past decade. The company also fired nearly 25 people in the marketing operation recently, this Friday it had also refused to release the comedy ‘Space Force’ right after two seasons.

NETFLIX DECIDED TO TAKE OFF TWO ANIMATED KIDS SERIES:
NETFLIX DECIDED TO TAKE OFF TWO ANIMATED KIDS SERIES:

Boons and Curses were created by Jaydeep Hasrajani (the 2016 Powerpuff Girls) and initially set for a 2023 premiere. The story inspired by ancient South Asia centers on a young warrior who thanks to a curse is now made of butter and takes on an evil ruler.

The show was announced as part of a set of titles featuring Asian American creators and protagonists.

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