Madagascar A Little Wild and A Lot of Fun!

Madagascar: A Little Wild - Image from Hulu

Families have a new show to enjoy together in Madagascar: A Little Wild!  This new original is now streaming on Hulu and between the fun musical numbers, positive messages, and familiar characters, it will easily become a new favorite in your household.

Review of Madagascar: A Little Wild

If you have kids in your household, you likely have seen one if not more of the Madagascar movies from Dreamworks.  Madagascar: A Little Wild takes a step back in time to when the adorable stars were just young animals trying to figure it all out living in New York City.  Kate, the zookeeper who takes such great care of our animal friends, helps set the tone for the episode and each one begins and ends with songs that will quickly help your little ones develop a cadence to the show.  With the same energy and enthusiasm we are used to seeing from Marty, Alex, Melman, and Gloria there are adventures to have and problems to be solved.

Melman and Kate from Madagascar: A Little Wild - Image from Hulu

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I always love when kids shows have positive messages that are well-embedded in the content and Madagascar: A Little Wild is full of great messages.  In the first episode alone, we see Marty going outside his comfort zone and talking about pursuing a dream of becoming a ranger.  He acknowledges that some people don't think it's possible because there has never been a zebra park ranger before, but then follows up by saying "impossible is just something no one has done yet."  How cool is that?  He later sings about how "quitters never win and winners never quit" - another important lesson that I love my kids are hearing.  These little animals are adorable, funny, and delivering powerful, positive messages both parents and kids will love!

About Madagascar: A Little Wild (From Hulu)

Loveable foursome Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe and Gloria the Hippo steal the show in Madagascar: A Little Wild, from executive producer Johanna Stein (Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny) and co-executive producer Dana Starfield (Monster High: Welcome to Monster High) Capturing the iconic personalities of each of the four dynamos, Madagascar: A Little Wild showcases the team as kids residing in their rescue habitat at the Central Park Zoo. They might be small, but like everybody who lands in New York City, these little guys have big dreams and Madagascar: A Little Wild will follow all of their adventures.

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