The CoComelon spin-off, CoComelon Lane is gearing up for a season full of milestones and feelings. This season, JJ and his friends will explore navigating emotions and much more.

“Just like the first season, this season is grounded in an expert-developed social-emotional learning curriculum,” Meghan Sheridan, a mom and Lead Creative Executive at Moonbug Entertainment, CoComelon Lane‘s parent company, explains in a recent interview with Parents.com.


“Viewers will get to revisit some common emotions addressed in previous episodes, while also introducing new feelings and big life moments.”

The series, for both season two and, its previous season one, collaborated with educational and research consultant, Dr. Alisha Crawlwy-Davis, PhD. The collaboration ensured that the series would help toddlers and their parents navigate, understand, and be able to communicate what they are feeling in a healthy and positive way.

“The goal is to help little ones first gain an understanding of what they are experiencing and then create memorable, entertaining teaching moments for how to navigate each big emotion,” states Sheridan in her interview.

“For instance, this season’s new episodes touch on learning how to say ‘I’m sorry,’ how to handle feeling left out, and what to do when you are frustrated.”


In addition to focusing on feelings, parents and toddlers will also get to celebrate various milestones for JJ and his friends. This season will be filled with with “firsts”.

CoComelon Lane fully makes a meal of these momentous life experiences, showcasing the important role that caregivers play in the day-to-day of their children’s lives,” Sheridan expands on the new season’s action. “Our character’s families are always supportive, ready to partake in the curiosity, wonder, and joy alongside their child experiencing something for the first time.”

If by some chance you are the parent of a toddler and have not yet seen an episode of this amazing series, let us tell you why you need to add it to your toddler’s watchlist asap!

CoComelon, created by California dad, Jay Jeon. The series was launched on YouTube in 2006 and has become a smash hit with more than 174 million subscribers. But, we must warn you, the CoComelon theme song has been known to induce uncontrollable toddler excitement.

Ready to catch the new season of CoComelon Lane? Get ready and start streaming now! Season two is now out on Netflix!


Photo: CoComelon Instagram; Moonbug Entertainment

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