The Boss Baby: Back in Business, a television spin-off of the 2017 film which explores the ongoing adventures of Boss Baby and his older brother Tim Templeton. Netflix

When you have a tiny human in the house, it’s a relief to find a program that is both colourful and entertaining enough to keep them occupied (for a brief time at least) and is still a bit of fun for older viewers as well.

Enter Netflix’s The Boss Baby: Back in Business, a television spin-off of the 2017 film which explores the ongoing adventures of Boss Baby and his older brother Tim Templeton as they work to preserve ‘baby love’ everywhere.

At a runtime of 24 minutes, the episodes are not too lengthy for younger audiences, though the ability to hold their attention varies depending on the storyline and accompanying action. This holds true for adults as well.

Despite this, there is still plenty to enjoy about the show from the cute animation style, to the distinct personalities of the characters, and overarching storylines.

Yes, you read that correct. Each season of The Boss Baby: Back in Business has an overarching storyline and there are even some twists!This is a definite bonus for adults sitting through the show and, like me, you might find yourself invested in finding out who is trying to destroy ‘baby love’ and how Boss Baby is going to save the day.

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