VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: “The Boss Baby: Back In The Crib” Executive Producer Brandon Sawyer Talks About What The Creative Process Was Like Making The Series In His Interview With AlexisJoyVIPAccess!

"The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib" releases on Netflix on May 19
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Get your resume ready because Baby Corp is hiring, and the job interview is scheduled for May 19! The Boss Baby is back for a slew of new adventures in The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib releasing on Netflix. This fun-filled series picks up from the events of The Boss Baby: Family Business and finds Theodore Templeton stuck in a tricky situation. When he gets framed for embezzlement, Theodore’s only option is to revert back to being the Boss Baby and stay with his brother, Tim, and his two nieces, Tabitha and Tina. With Boss Baby at Baby Corp, he and Tina work together to lead a new Field Team whose main goal is to spread more Baby Love. There’s just one thing – they must make sure their new arch-nemeses, The Uncuddleables, don’t get in their way and destroy everything that Baby Corp stands for.

The Boss Baby franchise is always expanding, and The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib is a perfect testament to just how much more is in store in this baby bottle-filled, corporate world.

“It all sprang out of seeing what they were doing,” said The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib Executive Producer Brandon Sawyer. “The Family Business sequel was a work in progress at the time we started developing the show, and watched a rough cut of that and got introduced to Tina, to Tabitha, to seeing what Tim was like as an adult, and meeting Carol and this family that adult Tim has. [It] really opened up all these possibilities, all these character dynamics, and really feeling like there’s a whole new show here, not another season of what we’ve done before. The timeline is different, the characters are almost all new except for Boss Baby himself, and it really was this new opportunity.”

Hope Levy as Mom, Ariana Greenblatt as Tabitha, JP Karliak as Boss Baby, Mary Faber as Tina, David W. Collins as Dad in The Boss Baby: Back In The Crib
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The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib invites viewers to enter in a different Boss Baby universe. All of the characters are so unique and have different, colorful personalities that makes each one of them so lovable. Whether it’s putting a stop to baby cheek-pinchers, or helping a baby with an epic lice outbreak, and even dealing with imaginary friends, all 12 episodes of this light-hearted and fantastic series is jam-packed with thrilling, baby escapades. When the Boss Baby and Tina are around, there’s no time for nap time!

This remarkable, animated series is such a joy to watch. It’s entertaining, funny, and exciting. For Boss Baby fans, this show will be unlike anything you’ve seen before from the Boss Baby family. And, for new fans, this is an excellent series to introduce you to exceptionally created characters who make the 9-to-5 life a whole lot more amusing. The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib is an outstanding show for parents and kids to co-view together, and it goes without saying that this series deserves nothing but the highest performance review.

JP Karliak as Boss Baby and Mary Faber as Tina in The Boss Baby: Back In The Crib
Photo Credits: Netflix

AlexisJoyVIPAccess had a magnificent time interviewing The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib Executive Producer Brandon Sawyer all about what the creative process was like making this wonderful show, what kind of company he thinks a baby version of himself would be the boss of, which employee from Baby Corp he believes is most deserving of a promotion, and so much more only in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview. Sawyer even revealed what he thinks the job description would entail if there was room for a new hire at Baby Corp – hear what he had to say in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview below.

Check out my VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview with the terrific Brandon Sawyer below and be sure to watch The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib releasing on Netflix on May 19!

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