A Respectful Warning To All Parents: A ‘Baby Shark’ TV Show is Coming to Netflix!
Just when you thought that your child was over “Baby Shark” a NEW animated Netflix show is on the horizon…
Seungkyu Lee, one of the founders of SmartStudy Co.’s Pinkfong, a Korean educational company told Bloomberg that short videos would come to Netflix as well as a cartoon series and musical that would tour in North America.
The 2016 viral “Baby Shark” video got over two billion views and currently sits among the top 30 videos in the history of YouTube.
Lee says that after “falling in love with Madagascar, he’s interested in developing something from the five to eight age range that would involve penguins.
Netflix is set to release “Baby Shark” videos in March, will you share them with your kids or just hope they don’t find out about them?
Buffalo Wild Wings promises everyone free wings if the Super Bowl goes into OT!
If Super Bowl LIII between the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots goes to overtime, everyone can get free snack-sized chicken wings…
According to Buffalo Wild Wings, if the game is extended into an overtime period, the chain will give one free order of snack-size boneless or traditional chicken wings to patrons who visit any of their U.S. locations on Feb. 18 between the hours of 4 to 7 p.m. local time.
The best part is, THERE’S NO PURCHASE NECESSARY!
There were 15 overtime games in this year’s NFL regular season and, for the first time in history, two postseason overtime games in the same day.
On the flip side, out of the 52 Super Bowls played, only one has gone into overtime: Super Bowl LI between the Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons, according to USA Today.
…fingers crossed this year’s Super Bowl will work in our favor!
What’s YOUR prediction on Super Bowl LIII?
Historic Packard Plant bridge collapses in Detroit
The Packard Plant’s famous bridge over East Grand Boulevard in Detroit collapsed Wednesday afternoon, covering the roadway that cuts through the iconic ruin with debris.
Attorney Joe Kopietz said the initial phase of the Packard Plant’s redevelopment is focused on reopening the car company’s administration building — just north of the now-collapsed bridge — as commercial space.
However, that completion date will likely change to fall 2020 rather than this year, he said.
City officials said late Wednesday that crews from BlueStar demolition are expected to begin work Thursday morning removing the debris and separating what remains of the bridge from the buildings on either side.