The highly successful Netflix series, The Toys That Made Us is proving to be a must-watch for all fans of toys. Diving deep into the a toy brand’s history, season 3 returns with four new episodes that covers the ’80s and ’90s where viewers can learn about the Power Rangers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, My Little Pony and Wrestling (despite WWE’s refusal to participate).
In celebration of the premiere, simultaneous viewing parties across the U.S. and Mexico in 59 toy and comic book stores were announced because since the show’s first season, sales of toys featured on the show have risen.
With the success of the first two seasons of The Toys That Made Us, Netflix recently approved the very first spin-off show in the series’ short history, titled The Movies That Made Us. It premieres November 29th and consists of four episodes based on classic movies Home Alone, Die Hard, Dirty Dancing, and Ghostbusters.
The Koalition spoke with show creator and director, Brian Volk-Weiss to discuss season 3 The Movies That Made Us and more.
Check out our interview below.