Check out this brand new exclusive clip for Madagascar: A Little Wild season 4 — coming to Hulu and Peacock on August 6th!
DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar: A Little Wild Season 4 is coming to Hulu and Peacock August 6th with six all new fun filled adventures. Ahead of its release, Mama’s Geeky has an exclusive clip, titled Water Balloon Fight, to share with fans.
In Madagascar: A Little Wild Season 4, there are a lot of new adventure coming for fans to enjoy! The fearless pals Alex, Marty, Melman, and Gloria are back in their concrete jungle of New York City. Melman loses his first tooth, Gloria plans a flashy production for a shy hermit crab with a secret talent, and a snowstorm hits the city and blocks Kate from the habitat. This season even features special guest star Grammy Award Winner Alanis Morissette as “Starlene” a talented hermit crab with stage fright.
Watch Mama’s Geeky’s exclusive clip for Madagascar: A Little Wild Season 4 below:
About this clip: It’s Water Balloon Battle Day and the Zoo Crew is ready to dance, duck, and dive from any splash coming their way! Join the Zoo Crew and get ready to make a splash in all new episodes of Madagascar a Little Wild, coming to Hulu and Peacock on August 6th!
About Madagascar: A Little Wild
Like all who land in New York, the young residents of the Central Park Zoo have big dreams and big plans; in a celebration of being yourself and never giving up, Alex, Marty, Gloria and Melman pursue their dreams with abandon, no matter the size.
- Tucker Chandler as “Alex”
- Amir O’Neil as “Marty”
- Shaylin Becton as “Gloria”
- Luke Lowe as “Melman”
- Jasmine Gatewood as “Kate”
- Eric Petersen as “Ant’Ney”
Guest Stars: Alanis Morissette as “Starlene”
Executive Producer: Johanna Stein (Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny)
Co-Executive Producer: Dana Starfield (Monster High: Welcome to Monster High)
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