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Baby Shark's Big Show! (Korean: 아기상어: 올리와 윌리엄) is an animated children's television series based on the "Baby Shark" brand from the South Korean company Pinkfong.[1] SmartStudy, Pinkfong's parent company[2], co-produces the show with Nickelodeon Animation Studio from the United States.[3][4] On June 7, 2019, Pinkfong announced the show on their official Instagram account.[2] On June 25, the Nick Jr. social media accounts[5] posted about the show.

In South Korea, Baby Shark's Big Show! debuted on the Educational Broadcasting System (EBS) with a Christmas special on December 25, 2020.[6] From September 2021 onward, the series airs regularly on EBS1 on Wednesdays and Thursdays.[7] In the United States, it premiered on Nickelodeon on December 11, 2020 and on the Nick Jr. Channel on December 12, 2020.[8]

On July 20, 2021, the series was renewed for a second season, consisting of 26 half-hour episodes. It was also announced that a Baby Shark film was in the works.[9]

On March 24, 2022, it was announced that plans were underway for a feature-length movie for Paramount+ to be released in 2023.[10]


Main article: List of Baby Shark's Big Show! characters



  • Alex Cazares as Chucks, a purple male seahorse who is clumsy.
  • Kimberly Brooks as Vola, a green female octopus who is tomboyish and loves sports.
  • Teddy Walsh as Mason, a red male crab who has his pitch
  • Cole Escola as Goldie, a gold female goldfish who is often vain and flamboyant.
  • Georgie Kidder as Hank, a blue male whale and the youngest of Baby's friends.
  • Cristina Pucelli as Shadow, a grey male shark and Baby's archrival.
  • Rama Vallury and Tara Strong as Bait, a purple tang and Switch, a brown angelfish. Both are Shadow's sidekicks.
  • Shelby Young as Rayna Ray, a purple female manta ray who's a news reporter, and William's mother.
  • Griffin Puatu as Marty Minnow, a green bespectacled male minnow and the leader of the minnows.

Special Guest Cast


Main article: Baby Shark's Big Show! episode list
Season Episodes First episode Last episode
Season 1 26 December 11, 2020 TBA
Season 2 26[9] Late 2022 TBA



Country Channel
Flag usa logo.gifUnited States Nickelodeon (December 11, 2020-present)
Nick Jr. Channel (December 12, 2020-present)
South KoreaSouth Korea EBS 1 (December 25, 2020-present)


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