In spite of repeated efforts from all authorities across the world, no hinges have worked on Coronavirus. This Pandemic has been something that has been completely unheard of ever. It has ravaged human lives, stalled economic activities and has grasped livelihoods all across. But in the midst of this people have found out to means to keep themselves entertained. One such effort has been taken by the joint collaboration of YouTube and Netflix. From June 1 onwards the most subscribed channel in the USA, Cocomelon will stream on Netflix. The following are some news available regarding the particular show.
When Will Cocomelon Start Airing on Netflix?
Cocomelon started as a channel from around 2006. Since then it has been a prime content explorer for millions across the world. Due to the ongoing pandemic, there was a huge surge in viewership. Since people started spending a considerable amount of time at home, subscriptions increased manifold. It was then that Netflix decided to acquire the rights to stream Cocomelon. June 1 is the stipulated date when the streaming of the show will start. Since the lockdown has started people have spent the majority of their time at home. All OTT platforms have grasped this opportunity with open arms. By delivering premium content at reduced rates, they have invited more people to subscribe to them. In this effort, their joint initiatives along with other platforms have also built a solid foundation for them.
What Is the Content of Cocomelon?
Cocomelon basically deals with child content. It has child educational videos and tutorials in its archives. Majority of children who subscribe to this channel are at the range of 2-5 years. Here they can learn nursery rhymes, alphabets, poems and short collections of moral stories. Such studies are associated with beautiful graphical illustrations and sound peaceful music. The entire setting is made to make the child comfortable with the environment.
What Is the Position of Cocomelon?
Cocomelon is ranked as the most well-subscribed channel in USA Network. Apart from that, it has the third-largest number of viewers and subscribers in the world. It is only behind the T-Series of India and PewDiePie of Sweden.