“Sharkdog” is a short-form documentary about the dangers of shark-finning and how its happening right now as we speak. It’s a rare opportunity to watch real shark finning footage, as the Sharkdog team was able to capture this experience first hand. It’s a raw and raw footage of this brutal process, and we were truly honored to be a part of it.
Sharkdog is an animated web series about a dog who is magically transformed into a shark when he is trying to win a surfing competition. It stars the voice of Jason Sudeikis and the voice of Fred Armisen. The show premiered in 2018 to critical acclaim.
Season 1 of Sharkdog was completed and published on Netflix on September 3, 2021. The main season includes seven scenes, each of which lasts around 30 minutes. Here’s everything we know about the next season’s beginning and conclusion. Netflix has not officially confirmed a third season of this very enjoyable comedy series at this time. Nonetheless, during a conversation with Liam Mitchell, the child performer who plays Max, the media learned that he is now working on Season 2.
VIS’ first Global Animated project for the streaming behemoth turns out to be ‘Sharkdog.’ It’s also the first animated program from Singapore to be chosen for Nickelodeon’s Global Animated Shorts Program, with “long-structure unique satire driven content” that appeals to kids all around the globe.
When will Sharkdog Season 2 be released?
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Sharkdog has been renewed for a second season by Netflix, ahead of its premiere on Friday, September 3! Liam Mitchell, who plays Max on the program, revealed the news in an enthralling interview with CURRENT. Aside from the recharge, Mitchell also said that season one will feature about 20 scenes and a Halloween special.
Jacinth Tan, a Singaporean animator, has created a brand new animated series called Sharkdog. ViacomCBS Global Studios is producing the 20-part animated series in collaboration with Singapore-based CGI activity studio One Liveliness.
Sharkdog is a documentary that follows 10-year-old Max and his closest friend, Sharkdog, who is half shark and half canine and has a strong need to eat. Sharkdog, oblivious to his own solidarity, concealment, and overall shakiness, frequently leaves a trail of destruction in his wake. Regardless, he is Maximum’s BFF, as are all excellent half-canines, and Max is his.
Sharkdog: A Global Animated Series on Netflix
Shark Dog is VIS’s first globally broadcasted Netflix animated series. It’s also the first animated series from Singapore to emerge through Nickelodeon’s Global Animated Shorts Program, which aims to identify and promote long-form, distinctive satire-driven content for kids all around the world.
It’s the most recent collaboration between a ViacomCBS company and Netflix. Last year, Nickelodeon and Netflix agreed to a partnership that would result in original animated films and television shows based on current Nickelodeon characters as well as newly created ones.
Netflix had demanded upcoming specials based on The Uproarious House (which aired on August 20) and Rise of the High School Freak Ninja Turtles before to the agreement. The agreement builds on a partnership that has seen Netflix release animated specials including Rocko’s Cutting Edge Life: Static Cling, Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus, and Glitch Techs. Netflix is also releasing a live-action adaptation of Nickelodeon’s popular animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Season 2 Cast of Sharkdog
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Skipper Quigley, Dennis, and Mr. Heubel join hands at the end of Season 1 to capture Sharkdog at the amusement park. Max then emerges to protect his closest friend from harm, but instead finds himself trapped on a merry-go-round. Shark dog manages to stop it on time, and the amusement park experts rescue him from the threesome.
Max and his shark companion depart with their families, and we may see them again in the next season with new adventures that are both exciting and dangerous. As Sharkdog struggles with his solidarity and capabilities, he may face even greater challenges in the future!
Nickelodeon International revealed in 2017 that it had greenlit a series of 90-second films based on the characters, which premiered as a short-structure computerized series for the Nickelodeon Play Application in Asia, before Netflix ordered Sharkdog.