For some inexplicable reason, Disney+ has chosen to postpone the Swedish premiere of the new TV series.
The action takes place in a power plant where monsters have previously used the screams of children to generate energy. In the movie “Monsters, Inc.” (2001) Mike and Sully realized that children’s laughter is ten times more effective, and here (after 6 months) the plot of “Monsters at Work” continues.
Frustrated fans have heard about it…
New character Tylor Tuskmon has always dreamed of scaring kids, but now she’s forced to learn a whole new way of working.
Frustrated fans have contacted MovieZine for an explanation of why we have to wait a little more than a month for the “Monsters at Work” premiere. Unfortunately, we haven’t been able to get an official answer from Disney about the cause, so at the moment it is only possible to speculate about the cause.
One possibility, for example, could be that earlier delays in the TV series, which was initially supposed to premiere as early as 2020, may have had episodes on the water and caused delays in work on Swedish dubbing.
While many of the older viewers might have been OK with only engaging in English dubbing at first, it may not have been popular among families with children who would expect the streaming giant’s products to be direct children’s entertainment.
Given that Disney itself has not commented on the decision to postpone the Swedish premiere until August 25, the “dubbing argument” is purely speculative. However, we hope this is just an isolated event and that we won’t have to wait for more Disney Originals, in their world premieres.
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