Michelle Obama gets her children’s show on Netflix

Former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama may soon be praised in a new cooking show on the streaming service Netflix. However, Jeroen Mess doesn’t have to worry: the cooking show is for children.

The former First Lady is both the star and executive producer of the new Netflix series Waffle + cobbler, Which will be available on the streaming platform next month. The series is aimed at a small audience and is about two puppets, Waffles and Mochi, who are trying to become chefs. Obama plays the role of a supermarket owner who helps him.

‘I am very happy to be a part of this hilarious, heartwarming show. And I’m not just saying that because of shopping carts flying around, “Obama says. ‘I wish if it happens Waffle + cobbler This kind of show has been happening since my daughters were growing up, which is fun to watch as a family. It gives parents peace of mind when they know that even their younger ones are learning something. ‘

healthy eating habits

Obama described the series as an extension of her work as a former First Lady to promote a healthy lifestyle for children. ‘We know that everyone loves good food and a good story. And this is what our eager and adventurous heroes have to offer, whether they are exploring the possibilities of potatoes, the world of canning, or the art of cleaning cracked eggs. ‘

Wafer and Mochi set out on a world tour with the help of a magical flying shopping cart as Obama and his guide, Netflix said in a statement. ‘During that trip they discover new ingredients, various world cuisines, restaurants, farms and homes around the world. Together with famous chefs, home cooks, children and celebrities, they learn how to make dishes with everyday ingredients. ‘

Obamas Production House

The show was produced by Michelle and her husband Barack Obama’s new production house Higher Ground Productions. In 2018, Obamas signed a multi-year contract with Netflix to produce films, series and documentaries for an unknown but undoubtedly high amount.

Waffle + cobbler Can be seen on Netflix from 16 March and currently has ten episodes of twenty minutes each.

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