The Boss Baby: Back in Business
|The Boss Baby: Back in Business|
|Developed by||Brandon Sawyer|
|Theme music composer|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Executive producer(s)||Brandon Sawyer|
|Running time||24 minutes|
|Production company(s)||DreamWorks Animation Television|
|Original release||April 6, 2018– present|
|Preceded by||The Boss Baby|
The Boss Baby: Back in Business is an American computer-animated web television series produced by DreamWorks Animation that is a follow-up of the 2017 film The Boss Baby, loosely based on the book of the same name by Marla Frazee. The series premiered on Netflix on April 6, 2018.
Taking place after the film, the series follows Boss Baby, and his big brother Tim, as they navigate around the world of Baby Corp while dealing with a new cute threat that involves battling cats.
- JP Karliak as Theodore Lindsey "Ted" Templeton Jr. / Boss Baby
- Pierce Gagnon as Timothy Leslie "Tim" Templeton
- David W. Collins as Ted Templeton Sr.
- Hope Levy as Janice Templeton
- Kevin Michael Richardson as Jimbo
- Alex Cazares as Staci
- Eric Bell Jr. as The Triplets
- Flula Borg as Mega Fat CEO Baby
- Jake Green as Bootsy Calico
- David Lodge as Magnus
- Brandon Scott as Manager Baby Hendershot
- Kari Wahlgren as Marsha Krinkle
- Kath Soucie as Flight Attendant
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Storyboarded by||Original release date|
|1||"Scooter Buskie"||Matt Engstrom||Brandon Sawyer||Scott Cooper, Steve Cooper & Christo Stamboliev||April 6, 2018|
|A neighborhood baby named Scooter Buskie has been constantly crying and throwing tantrums, and the baby love goes down. Ted "Boss Baby" Templeton Jr. and his field team try to stop him and retrain him, but Tim shows that the neighborhood needs to see him the same way his parents see him. Ted learns that family is important.|
|2||"Cat's in the Cradle"||Pete Jacobs||Brandon Sawyer||Mandy Clotworthy, Steve Cooper & Ben McLaughlin||April 6, 2018|
|Ted "Boss Baby" Templeton Jr. and his field team investigate kitty chatter translated to Bootsy Calico, and his parents find a stray kitten. Ted and the kitten compete for the parents' love and Tim helps Ted win by pitching the idea of making it seem that the kitten scratched and mauled Ted. Ted learns that the kitten is from an insane vet named Bootsy Calico who knows about Baby Corp and wants to take it down.|
|3||"Family Fun Night"||Matt Engstrom & Allan Jacobsen||JD Ryznar||Zeus Cervas, Scott Cooper, Glenn Harmon, Brian Hatfield, Trevor Tamboline & Kenji Ono||April 6, 2018|
|Ted's family plan for a Family Fun Night where they decide to visit a kitten-themed restaurant. Tim is excited but a grumpy Ted grows suspicious of the restaurant's out-of-ordinary feline practices. They discover that Bootsie Calico runs the restaurant and he is trying to win their neighborhood's love by gifting kittens in takeout boxes. Ted and his field team foil Bootsie's plan by using sea shells to make the kittens aggressive.|
|4||"Formula for Menace: A Dekker Moonboots Mystery"||Allan Jacobsen||Sam Cherington||Scott Cooper, Kenji Ono, Greg Leysens & Paul Scarlata||April 6, 2018|
|Ted repeatedly naps unexpectedly during work at Baby Corp. and soon discovers that all the babies working there are showing signs of growing up. Ted and his field team discover that the baby formula meant to keep babies as babies forever was tainted with vanilla milkshake. They suspect Mega Fat CEO Baby but later discover that an abandoned baby had tainted the formula in an attempt to win her place in Baby Corp. despite her imaginative ideas. Ted learns that it is important to allow creative out-of-box thinking in the corporate workplace.|
|5||"Monster Machine"||Pete Jacobs||Alexandra Decas & Melanie Kirschbaum||Mandy Clothworthy & Ben McLaughlin||April 6, 2018|
|Ted is worried that the annual Little Dumpling Pageant will cause a dip in baby love levels after the last year's winner Jarreau McIntosh had his fame go to his head, making him a spoilt baby. Ted enlists Jimbo to enter the competition and win it. However Jimbo is a fan of Jarreau and becomes his bodyguard. Ted pushes Staci to enter the competition instead and she eliminates the opponents one by one. Meanwhile Tim tries to get the crown from Jarreau but is stopped by Jimbo. He learns that his own victory years ago was a lie told by his parents to make him feel like winner. Jarreau gives up the crown to go back to being a drummer instead. Staci wins but she turns around and crowns the crying runner-up baby. The other babies join them on stage and pass the crown around; this restores the dipping baby love levels. The parents and the host Marsha terminate the show seeing a contest based on cute looks is vain. Ted commends Staci on the change of her heart, but Staci dismisses him saying that she was merely getting the vain contest cancelled; she prefers contests that compete on talent.|
|6||"The Constipation Situation"||Christo Stamboliev||Sam Cherington||Ian Abando, Wolf-Rüdiger Bloss, Paul Cohen, Fred Gonzales, Howard Perry & Rossen Varbanov||April 6, 2018|
|A backed-up Boss Baby is forced to take a sick day when his system stalls -- and he can't go boom-boom. Now it's up to Tim to take over.|
|7||"The Boss Babysitter"||Allan Jacobsen||Alexandra Decas & Melanie Kirschbaum||Clayton Christman, Brian Hatfield & Arielle Rosenstein||April 6, 2018|
|The brothers stay home with a babysitter while their parents go out for the night. Boss Baby wants to make her look bad -- but she's just too good.|
|8||"Into the Belly of the Den of the House of the Nest of Cats"||Pete Jacobs||Alexandra Decas & Melanie Kirschbaum||Jerome Co & Ben McLaughlin||April 6, 2018|
|While Tim works overtime to do good in the neighborhood, Staci and Boss Baby go undercover to rescue Jimbo from a house that's crawling with cats.|
|9||"Spirit Day"||Christo Stamboliev||Sam Cherington||Wolf-Rüdiger Bloss & Fred Gonzales||April 6, 2018|
|The team suits up to stop Mega FAT CEO Baby from winning an office spirit day contest that's totally rigged. Because nobody likes a bully.|
|10||"Par Avion"||Christo Stamboliev||Brandon Sawyer||Paul Cunningham, Fred Gonzales, Brian Hatfield & Jon Magram||April 6, 2018|
|A "free" family vacation comes at a cost when Tim's tasked with keeping a plane full of babies calm on an eight-hour flight to Paris.|
|11||"Cat Cop!"||Pete Jacobs||JD Ryznar||Mandy Clotworthy & Ben McLaughlin||April 6, 2018|
|The Templetons cross paths with a "Cat Cop" with connections to cunning villain Bootsy Calico. Tim masters the art of negotiation.|
|12||"Hang in There, Baby"||Allan Jacobsen||JD Ryznar||Paul Cunningham & Arielle Rosenstein||April 6, 2018|
|An after-hours break-in to save Boss Baby's job transforms a do-gooding Tim into the daring Tim Templeton: Unleashed.|
|13||"Six Well-Placed Kittens"||Christo Stamboliev||Brandon Sawyer||Wolf-Rüdiger Bloss & Fred Gonzales||April 6, 2018|
|With Bootsy Calico's plan in full swing, Boss Baby rallies his co-workers to bring Calico and his kittens down and save the town.|
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