It’s been a long time since we have any series on Barbie, so here’s good news for audiences Mattel Television is releasing a series based on Barbie titled “Barbie: it takes two.”
The series will premiere on Netflix on April 2, 2022.
The upcoming series will occur after the 2021 released film Barbie: Big City, Big Dreams.
The series will be released in two parts consists of 26 episodes.
The first part will air on April 2, and the next part later this year.
The Official Description provided by Barbie wiki is given below:
“The new series picks up from the end of Barbie: Big City, Big Dreams and follows Barbie “Malibu” Roberts and Barbie “Brooklyn” Roberts as they chase their dreams of musical stardom while leaning on each other, their families, and their friends.”
The starring voice cast of the series includes America Young as Barbie “Malibu” Roberts, Tatiana Varria as Barbie “Brooklyn” Roberts, Kirsten Day as Skipper Roberts, and many other featured voice artists.
The director of Pop channels, Francesca Newington, “We’re really excited to be airing the U.K. premiere of Barbie: It Takes Two on Pop this April. It’s a series that truly reinforces the values of friendship, fun and adventure that Pop is all about. Mattel’s talented creative team has done a brilliant job in expanding the Barbie universe to reflect our audience, and its love for creating the captivating musical adventures Barbie is known for is plain to see.”
On the other hand, the senior director of content distribution of Mattel EMEA said, Alex Godfrey, said, “Barbie: It Takes Two marks Barbie’s return to the series format with beloved faces and all-newcharacters embarking on adventure, fun and friendship.”
Further expressing how proud their team is to expand their Franchise, Godfrey said, “We are proud to expand the Barbie universe to represent our audiences worldwide.”
In addition to its release on Netflix in the U.S., the upcoming Barbie series will also premiere in various countries on different streaming services and networks, which includes Corus/YTV in Canada, Pop in the U.K., SuperRTL IN Germany, Cartoonito & Boomerang Italy, Channel one in Russia, and many other countries.