All Hail King Julien -New Episodes Airing April 3rd on Netflix


Despite always being on Netflix and constantly having the battle where you flick through everything possible to find something everyone wants to watch I somehow missed All Hail King Julien when it first aired. Apparently the first few episodes had to do with King Julien’s ascent to the throne and his duties as king. He finds his one hater, he defeats some evil, and he always comes out mostly on top largely due to luck and Maurice. Now King Julien is BACK with new episodes on Netflix starting TODAY! And being a huge Firefly geek, I was so excited to learn that Timo (King Julien’s resident tech guy) is voiced by David Krumholtz. He was ‘Mr. Universe’ in the Serenity movie. So if your kids love to rock and there is some singing and dancing involved, then you should tune in to Netflix today to see the new episodes!

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You can check out the clip for one of the new episodes below and see just what fun scenarios King Julien is getting himself into now.

Mega-Gecko” Clip: 

 All Hail King Julien Character Slideshow. Somehow I knew the Mort picture would be the best. I just love him.


All Hail King Julien Synopsis:

Head over to Netflix, sit back, relax and enjoy the show that Robert Lloyd of the Los Angeles Times says “Delivers on all the important accounts… Style, script, timing and performance.” Maybe even pick up a few new dance moves while you enjoy the wild and crazy antics of the King and meet Timo, Madagascar’s resident scientist and newest member of the tribe.

A prickly, sarcastic tenrec (similar to a hedgehog) who conducts experiments and builds things out of the various junk that washes up on shore, Timo is also Julien’s go-to “tech guy” — though as far as Julien is concerned, Timo is a wizard who uses his “science-magic” to fix anything. Timo is voiced by David Krumholtz ( This is the End and TV’s “The Good Wife”)

In these new episodes, King Julien gets everyone hooked on caffeine, tries to automate life on Madagascar (to disastrous effects), embarrasses Maurice, misrepresents the truth and generally brings chaos wherever he goes — all while managing, unintentionally, to stay one step ahead of an always-imminent uprising. As always, when his silliness puts his colony in danger, his heart rises to the occasion to save the day. It’s a riot of color ─ and a laugh riot ─ when viewers All Hail King Julien!

“Eat Pray Shove”
Directed by: Christo Stamboliev / Written by: Elliott Owen
Clover is forced to take a vacation, and while she’s away, she meets the handsome and free-spirited Sage Moondancer.
“He Blinded Me With Science”
Directed by: Bret Haaland & James Wootton / Written by: Dan Milano & Mitch Watson
Julien teams up with Timo the tenrec, a scientist enlisted by the king to automate everything in the kingdom.
“Viva Mort”
Directed by: Ken Morrissey, Matt Engstrom & James Wootton / Written by: Elliott Owen
After embarrassing Maurice, Julien tries to make up for his transgression, while Mort inadvertently joins an anti-King Julien group.
“The Really Really Big Lie”
Directed by: Christo Stamboliev / Written by: Sharon Flynn
Julien concocts an elaborate lie, blaming a giant “mega-gecko” for ruining a young lemur’s birthday party.
“One More Cup”
Directed by: Stephen Heneveld / Written by: Mitch Watson
Julien finds a bag of coffee beans in the Cove of Wonders and gets the entire lemur community hooked on caffeine.

Author: Kat

Kat is a married mom of three kids aged 19, 11, and 8 that lives close to Birmingham, AL. She loves cats, books, cooking, hockey, and watching movies. She is an admitted nerd, comic book lover, action figure & barbie doll collector, blackjack dealer, beginner croupier, and all around queen of the dorks. You can reach her at [email protected] to talk about product reviews, press trips, sponsorships, or brand messaging.

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