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CLIP: “All Hail King Julien” with New Episodes on Netflix on November 11, 2016

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Netflix and DreamWorks Animation Television have provided Toonzone with an exclusive clip from “The Ark,” a new episode from season 4 of All Hail King Julien, the Madagascar spinoff that will premiere for streaming on November 11, 2016.

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OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS
King Julien is here to party, and no one can stop him from ruling with an iron fist … in the air, wavin’ like he just doesn’t care! All Hail King Julien brings the wild world of Madagascar to a totally original, totally hilarious and totally insane television series in which the king takes on the craziest adventures the jungle has to offer. A new cast of fantastic, colorful characters joins King Julien himself, along with his second-in-command Maurice, and the eternally devoted Mort. It’s a riot of color — not to mention a laugh riot — when viewers All Hail King Julien!

“The Ark” Plot Summary
Masikura has a vision and convinces King Julien that the island is sinking, so he builds an ark to save his people. So where is this fatal storm you might ask? You can find out in an all-new season of ALL HAIL KING JULIEN on Netflix November 11, 2016

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